Most of today's European dailies' headlines are still on the tensions between the West and Russia over Moscow's annexion of Crimea and the fears over a Russia n takeover of Eastern Ukraine. The issue will be discussed by the G7 leaders, gathering on this 24 March in The Hague along with 46 other head of State or government for a summit on nuclear security.
Other headlines worth mentioning are the ones about the first round of the local elections in France, with the far-right National front making its best-ever score and president François Hollande's Socialist party being severely "punished" by voters.
'Nuclear summit hijacked' - De Telegraaf, Amsterdam.
'We must let Russia pay ha higher price' - De Morgen, Brussels.
'Nato warns Putin over expansion' - Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich.
'Russia on the defendant's bench' - Die Presse, Vienna.
'Eastern Ukraine holds its breathe' - Dagens Nyheter, Stockholm.
'Yanukovytch asked to come back' - Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Moscow.
'Top Nato general in Russian troops alert' - Financial Times, London.
'Under Russia's gas' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.
'National Front. Fear over the cities' - Libération, Paris.
'Municipal [elections]: huge push ahead for the NF' - Le Soir, Brussels.
'Premier Adolfo Suárez dies in Madrid at 81. The democracy's forger' - El País, Madrid.