On this 11 March, which marks the tenth anniversary of the Madrid train bombings, Ukraine and the tension between Russia and the West over Crimea has almost disappeared from the European dailies' front pages. As diplomacy is at work, national issues have taken over the headlines.
'Hoeneß has evaded €18,5 million' - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt.
'Employees are sick longer' - De Standaard, Brussels.
'Czech beat Spaniards in the battle for car production' - Dnes, Prague.
'After November, try March' - Sme, Bratislava.
'Inhabitants of Malmö join forces against violence' - Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm.
''Iran's Lokcerbie Bombers'' - The Daily Telegraph, London.
'People disappear in Crimea' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.
'United against terrorism' - La Razón, Madrid.
'Equality rejected, revolt in the Dp' - La Repubblica, Rome.
'Banking union: 3 days to convince' - La Tribune, Paris.