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'European industrial policy. One vision' - Handelsblatt, Düsseldorf.
Talks on a possible takeover of French engineering company Alstom by German competitor Siemens (although Alstom has already announced it would prefer US General Electric's bid) may lead to a new European leader in its sector, like Airbus is in the aeronautics.
'Mas's Catalonia. Tension grows: PP offices have been attacked and a target was drawn on one of the PSC' - La Razón, Madrid.
As local authorities in Catalonia, headed by the region's leader Artur Mas, are pushing towards holding a referendum on self-determination — which the central Parliament recently ruled out — tension between pro- and anti- independence parties is mounting.
'French jihadists. Lost war against holy war' - Libération, Paris.
"European countries try to halt young men leaving to be enrolled in radical groups in Syria. But a judiciary response is not sufficient, as judge Marc Trévidik tells Libération in an interview".
'Anarchy in Donetsk' - De Volkskrant, Amsterdam.
May day demonstrations in the Eastern pro-Russian stronghold of Donetsk "rapidly turned to anti-Ukrinian", reports the Dutch daily. "At the end of the day, the court of Justice fell into the separatist's hands."
'In 10 years EU membership, Slovak living standards rose' - Pravda, Bratislava.
Like nine other countries (Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland and Slovenia), Slovakia celebrated on 1 May ten years as an EU member. But, if Slovaks are better off today than ten years ago, "the honeymoon with the EU might be over" now, highlights EUobserver.