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FTBlair poised to step back as envoy for Middle East peace Quartet. Move comes amid deep unease over his relations with senior Palestinian Authority figures.

WSJEHedge funds big winners in euro rout. The euro’s plunge has given a much-needed lift to hedge funds that have been repeatedly frustrated by the world’s central banks.

INYTPoles steel for battle, fearing the Russians. Paramilitary groups see surge in membership since the Ukraine crisis.


Le MondeNetanyahu faces the usury of power. The conservative Prime Minister tries to obtain a fourth term in the legislative election on 17th March.

Les EchosForeign investors: France gets some credit back. For the first time in three years, the number of foreign investors increased in 2014.


Frankfurter AlgemeinerGreece says war reparations can be legally claimed. Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos says he will personally work to make it happen.

SudDeutsche ZeitungTusk fears a catastrophe for Europe. A “Grexit” would have dramatic geopolitical consequences, warns the European Council President.


La RepublicaMadia: the State will dismiss public services’ CEOs if they do not fulfill their obligations. The CGIL syndicate distances itself with Maurizio Landini, who desires to present himself as the opposition’s man.

Il Sole 24 HoraReal estate: price variations prompt hunt for bargain. A survey from Il Sole 24 Ore reveals that the real estate market is recovering in leading Italian cities, in particular Milan and Rome.


GazetaThe Mafia in Poland. Today starts a trial of the Pruszków Mafia formed 25 years ago. Police and Prosecutor’s Office reassure that there are no similar criminal groups in Poland anymore.


El PaisThe public prosecutor investigates on the consulting firm created by Cristobal Montoro for possible perversion of justice. TFormer collaborators of the Minister are still working for the company.

ExpansionThe private banking sector opens the recruiting season. Asset management companies strengthen to face the recovery.


The TimesBritish trio stopped on way to join Islamic State. Teenagers caught in Turkey after parents’ tip-off.

The GuardianTory chairman caught out in fake name saga. Grant Shapps abandons claim he gave up business alias when he became MP.

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