Friday, 28 February 2014

Today’s best European front pages

Ukraine is still the main news on many European dailies on this 28 February, but, as the situation settles in Kiev — though it gets more worrying in Crimea — new topics make today's headlines.



'Holes in the control of personal data' - Berlingske, Copenhagen.



'The government puts Bankia on sale two years after its crash' - El Mundo, Madrid.



'Russia aggravates the Ukrainian crisis as it puts its troops on alert' - El País, Madrid.



'The Kremlin gets bitter' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.



'Revealed: GCHQ intercepted webcam images from millions of Yahoo users' - The Guardian, London.


'Positive vote for secession' - Kommersant, Moscow.



'Ukraine-Russia: a high risk escalation' - Le Figaro, Paris.



'Vote for Europe' - Ta Nea, Athens.

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