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02/04 – Today’s headlines from across the EU

EUROPEAN HEADLINES 

FTLubitz researched suicide, cockpit security. Co-pilot searched web for information in days leading up to crash

WJSE – Co-Pilot searched Web on Cockpit Security. Andreas Lubitz searched the Internet on ways to commit suicide and on cockpit doors’ security measures,

INYT – E.U. and Iran to Issue Joint Statement on Nuclear Talks The statement is expected at around 5 p.m. Central European Time, although it was unclear if tangible details would be released.

FRANCE

Le MondeOnly 10 departments out of 101 have women Presidents. The first joint election in France, which imposed pairs of men and women, was not acted upon at the highest level of departmental executives.

Les EchosA320: Second black box recovered. German prosecutors said that the co-pilot had made internet research on suicide and on the operation of cockpit doors.

GERMANY

Frankfurter AllgemeinerCo-Pilot researched suicide options before the crash.Co-pilot Andreas Lubitz had researched ways to commit suicide and the security mechanisms of the cockpit prior to the crash

SudDeutsche ZeitungSecond black box found. In the French Alps, German Wings downed machine’s data recorder found

ITALY 

La RepublicaTerror in Kenya; College attacked – over 60 killed.Armed commandos stormed the campus at dawn. Explosions and gun battle with security forces.

Il Sole 24 Hore – Tax statements 2014: contributions fall. The average income of employees is 20,600 Euros

POLAND

Gazeta – Germanwings plane crash. Andreas Lubitz probably looking for information about methods of suicide

SPAIN

El PaisPM calls 600 officials to Madrid to discuss Popular Party’s future. Meeting of National Executive Committee will address ways to improve the group’s image ahead of upcoming elections in May,

Expansion – The Ibex 35 settles the week up 1.8% equivalent to 2010 highs

UK

The TimesChristian massacre in Kenyan terror attack  – Heavily-armed militants from the al-Shabaab terror group have shot or beheaded as many as 70 university students

The GuardianAl Shabaab terror attack p death toll rises to 70. Gunmen shot indiscriminately at students and teachers

 

 

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