Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Today’s best European front pages

The Ukraine is still the main news on today's European dailies, though the headlines' angles vary, with Russian President Vladimir Putin's first press conference on the situation in the former Soviet republic, the US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to Kiev and Moldova's prime minister Iurie Leanca's visit to Washington.

'An American in Kiev' - Berlingske, Copenhagen.

'How wonderful is Russia?' - Die Welt, Berlin.

'Putin did not' - De Standaart, Brussels.

'Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca will be Malta's next President' - Malta Independent, Valletta.

'War of words between Russia and the US over Ukraine' - Trouw, Amsterdam.

'Expect refugees from the Ukraine' - Trud, Sofia.

'Putin lets the Ukraine shake' - Die Welt, Berlin.

'33 per cent of European [women] suffer from sexist violence' - El Periódico, Barcelona.

'Odessa, Kherson and Nikolayev want to join the Republic of Crimea' - Komsomolskaya Pravda, Moscow.

'The economical weapon to face Putin' - Le Monde, Paris.

'Ukraine, Putin's challenge to the world' - La Repubblica, Rome.

'Russian roulette' - Ta Nea, Athens.

'How do you solve a problem like Crimea?' - The Independent, London.

'Moldova, yes, you can! But…' - Adevărul Moldova, Chisinau.

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