In the News – 02/07/2013

Hollande leads criticism of US spying
Irish Times

Getting young Greeks back to well-paying jobs will take Trojan efforts from Europe’s leaders
Irish Times

Stocks rise as surveys show stability in European economy
Irish Times

Two million Germans tune in for Healy-Rae’s drink-drive TV show
Irish Independent

EU gives Greece three-day ultimatum over €8.1bn bailout loans
Irish Independent

Euro shares hover in negative territory
Irish Independent

EU probes claims of credit trade collusion by major banks
Irish Independent

Ireland the only EU country without official recognition of trans-gender community
Irish Examiner

Taoiseach to highlight Ireland’s achievements to European Parliament
Irish Examiner

Eurozone jobless rate to hit 12.7%
Irish Examniner

Warnings of fragility as EU unemployment at record high
Irish Examiner

ICMSA chief hits out at EU ‘double standards’ over crisis funding
Irish Examiner

Drop in UK staff in Brussels ‘risks influence’, MPs say
BBC News

Snowden seeking asylum in nine EU countries
EU Observer

Banks rigged €10 trillion derivatives market, Brussels says
EU Observer

Outrage in Europe Grows Over Spying Disclosures
New York Times

Portugal’s Finance Minister Resigns
Wall Street Journal

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