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27/11 – Today’s headlines from across the EU


FT“Stem flow of migrants to EU or risk fate of the Roman empire.” Rutte warning as Dutch prepare for EU presidency. Hopes pinned on Turkish camps.

WSJE – Plotting terror in plain sight. Terrorists used online bookings, other tools of everyday modern life to plan attacks.

INYT –  Calling on Africa’s faithful. Kenyans gathered in Nairobi on Thursday to watch a live broadcast of Pope Francis as he celebrated his first public Mass on continent.



Le Monde Following terrorist attacks, Europe tightens up. Manuel Valls urges “Europe not to welcome so many migrants anymore.” Sweden has announced a drastic tightening of its asylum policy.

Les EchosFootball Law: a challenge which weakens Canal+. Altice might have agreed to pay €300 million to win exclusive French broadcasting rights for English Premier League. A hard blow for Canal+, increasingly challenged by competitors in its sector.


Frankfurter Allgemeine –   Tornados, a tanker and a frigate to fight against the “Islamic State.” Berlin meets Paris’ wishes. Also Putin and Hollande agree on cooperation.

Suedeutsche ZeitungMore than a million refugees by the end of this year. Influx to Germany continues: more people are expected in November than in the previous record month of October.


La Repubblica –   Putin: anti-ISIS alliance guided by the USA. Italy: monitoring on chat rooms and PlayStation. From Obama to Putin, from Merkel to Cameron, no one can turn its back on President François Hollande, in the name of the bloodied streets of Paris, who is calling for the creation of an extraordinary coalition against ISIS.

Il Sole 24 Ore –  FS: the executive board resigns. New CEO Renato Mazzoncini will take up his duties soon; the name of Gioia Ghezzi has been mentioned to take over the position of President.


Gazeta Wyborcza –  PiS calls a state of emergency. New Government of Poland adopts the state of emergency mode of action so it can convoke the Sejm’s sitting anytime and appoint judges of the Constitutional Tribunal in a legal way.


El Pais –  Europe joins forces with France in order to fight ISIS. Renzi offers Italy’s help and calls for “a large coalition to fight ISIS.” Germany offers Hollande a fighter plane and a frigate to support bombings. Cameron asks for the British Parliament to allow him to fight jihadists in Syria.

ExpansiónAbengoa: bondholders unite to save their money. The company has emitted bonds for a total amount of €4.4 billion.


The TimesLabour at war over vote to bomb Isis. Jeremy Corbyn was plunged into the deepest crisis of his Labour leadership last night as shadow cabinet divisions over Syrian airstrikes were exposed.

The GuardianLabour in Syria turmoil as PM makes the case for war. Corbyn at odds with senior MPs over airstrikes. Shadow foreign secretary opposes leader in public. Cameron hopes he can still gain majority in vote.



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