Thursday, 13 March 2014

Today’s best European front pages

On this 13 February, Ukraine still gets the lead, with German Chancelor Angela Merkel and Polish prime minister Donald Tusk willing to push for the association agreement with Kiev to be signed "as quickly as possible" during a meeting in Warsaw. 
Turkish and Greek dailies also put emphasis on the huge demonstration that took place in Istanbul during the funeral of 15-years old Berkin Evan, who was wounded last june during the violent clashes between the police and the protesters and died on Tuesday.



'Poland and Germany together for Ukraine' - Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, Warsaw.



'The Westerners warn Putin over Crimea's annexion' - Die Welt, Berlin.



'Partying twentiers. Two thirds on drugs' - De Morgen, Brussels.



'Fico waiting for a challenger' - SME, Bratislava.



'Meeting at the White House will serve as a signal. Strong political support from the U.S. to the Ukrainian government' - Den, Kiev.



'A dove took off. Tens of thousands bid farewell' - Milliyet, Istanbul.



"Independence would cut Catalonia's GDP by 20 per cent' - El Periodico, Barcelona.



'Rage in Turkey' - I Kathimerini, Athens.

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