Thursday, 26 June 2008

Today's Links : 26th of June 2008
"Mean Tricks between Friends:
- Did you read it? Europe wants to protect 'Tunas' (an Ugly woman in french slang)."

Ireland searches for answers over failed Lisbon vote. David McKittrick, The Independent (en)
Dig shows Paris is 3,000 years older than first thought. John Lichfield, The Independent (en)
UK: A cosy club that continues to set itsown rules. The Independent (en)
EU leaders sent to Siberia for talks. Tony Halpin in Khanty-Mansiisk, The Times (en)
Paris wants less light. Charles Bremmer, The Times (en)
Berlusconi calls judiciary 'cancerous growth'. Richard Owen, The Times (en)
Irish voters show support for EU . Rory Watson, The Times (en)
Ireland's 'no' vote: a big earthquake. Anatole Kaletsky, The Times (en)
Sovereign funds: the wealth of nations. Leading Article, The Times (en)
Strong Economy and Labor Shortages Are Luring Polish Immigrants Back Home. Carter Dougherty, The NYT (en)
A Forecast of Violence in a Neighbor of Chechnya. Michael Schwirtz, The NYT (en)Spanish PM called on to explain slowdown. Mark Mulligan, The FT (en)
Trichet rejects oil price link to trading. Tony Barber, The FT (en)
Eurozone growth fears as inflation bites. Ralph Atkins, The FT (en)
Europe warned not to provoke Tehran. Najmeh Bozorgmehr, The FT (en)
Paris makes energy its top EU aim. John Thornhill, The FT (en)
Editorial comment: Oh no, not again. The FT (en)
France scraps public TV adverts. Peggy Hollinger, The FT (en)
France, one of the two favorite European targets for terrorists. J.C, Le Figaro (fr)
EU-Russia Summit in the Siberian Eldorado. Fabrice Nodé-Langlois, Le Figaro (fr)
McCreevy, démission! Jean Quatremer, Les Coulisses de Bruxelles (fr)
The end of the Irish Economical Miracle. Marc Roche, Le Monde (fr)

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