Most of European dailies have their main headline on the informal G7 that took place on Monday in The Hague on the sidelines of a summit meeting over nuclear security, with US president Barack Obama and allies agreeing on casting out Russia from the Group of 8 most industrialised democracies. The move aims to punish Russian president Vladimir Putin for his blitz-annexation of the Ukrainian pæninsula of Crimea.
'No G8 in Sochi, but a G7 in Brussels' - De Standaard, Brussels.
'Obama: Putin has to pay for Crimea' - Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin.
'An American in Brussels' - Le Soir, Brussels.
'The G7 isolates Russia' - De Volkskrant, Amsterdam.
'Putin frozen out as the West unites over Crimea' - The Times, London.
'Crimea crisis opens [the way] for Jens Stoltenberg' - Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm.
'The Ukrainian heroes of Sevastopol' - Den, Kiev.
'Obama: the G8 without Putin. Stocks on trenches over the crisis' - Il Sole 24 Ore, Milan.
'The government starts to rule over Crimea' - Kommersant, Moscow.
'Russia and NATO are playing cops and robbers near the sea boundary' - Sega, Sofia.
'Suárez's last teaching' - El Mundo, Madrid.
'Almunia's command to Eurobank' - I Kathimerini, Athens.
'Municipal elections: the NF triumphs, the SP is punished' - Le Monde, Paris.
'Portugal leads in Europe on cuts to social expenditures' - I, Lisbon.