Friday, 28 March 2014

Today’s best European front pages

On this 28 March, European dailies seem to have gone back to national news. The main news are on US president Barack Obma's trip comes to an end with his visit to Italy, and the Turkish government's embarrassment and subsequent decision to shut down YouTube, after some senior officials's discussions about attacking Syria to prevent an Islamists militants' attack on some Turkish heritage site was leaked.

'When the "brother" is at the gate' - Den, Kiev.

'Fewer young people are going for the student's cap' - Berlingske, Copenhagen.

'Obama's encouragement to Italy' - Corriere della Sera, Milan.

'The State's most hidden secret leaked' - Hürriyet, Istanbul.

'Morocco is building a trench so that immigrants won' jump the fence' - La Razón, Madrid.

'Inside French jihadist's head' - Libération, Paris.

'What started here' - Die Tageszeitung, Berlin.

'Bank raises alarm over new house price bubble' - The Times, London.

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