On this 10 March, the Ukrainian crisis and the tensions between the West and Russian president Vladimir Putin are still on most of European dailies' headlines, though some other national topics came to the front pages, along with the missing Malaysian Airways flight. Only one newspaper, French daily La Croix, puts the designation of former Luxembourg prime minister Jean-Claude Juncker as the European people's party's candidate as head of the European commission.
'Mas plans a Catalan economy [office] with 8,000 civil servants' - ABC, Madrid.
'Anonymous comments break the law' - Berlingske, Copenhagen.
'Gérard Mortier 1943-2014. 'A man should want to build cathedrals'' - De Standaard, Brussels.
'The arsonist' - Der Spiegel, Hamburg.
'Putin's dangerous game' - Dagbladet, Oslo.
'Brussels slows plans for Russian gas pipeline' - Die Welt, Berlin.
'Russian armored vehicles already close to Sebastopol' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.
'Zero-hours worse than feared' - The Guardian, London.
'Drugs sales on internet without control' - Jornal de notícias, Lisbon.
'Crimea goes to referendum' - Kommersant, Moscow.
'Six candidates to incarnate Europe' - La Croix, Paris.