The following are major news items in leading German newspapers on Monday.


Sueddeutsche Zeitung:
— Before the Euro summit with Greece, the heads of EU and European Central Bank want to calm down the citizens and the financial markets. Concerned about a renewed failure of the negotiations with Athens, they will introduce their so-called five-Presidents report on Monday.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung:
— After the bloody amok drive of a 26-year-old man in Graz by which three people were killed and 30 injured, Austria is in deep grief and shock.
Die Welt:
— At a ceremony marking the first remembrance day for the victims of expulsion in Berlin, German President Joachim Gauck said that Germany could do more with its economic strength and political stability. Enditem


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