Only one daily headlines on the European people's party congress, held today in Dublin, which should designate its candidate as EU Commission president.
We also added a couple of some of our favorite newsmagazines today's issue, as their cover is consistant with the main news.
'Obama and the EU say no to a secessionist referendum in Crimea' - ABC, Madrid.
'Renzi defies Europe on public spending' - Corriere della Sera, Milan.
'The bankers rob 5 banks' - Eleftherotypia, Athens.
'Anschluss of Crimea' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.
'Crimea is waiting for 'historic referendum'' - Moskovskye Komsomolets, Moscow.
'Arm wrestling between Ukraine and Russia' - Le Soir, Brussels.
'Crimea. The escalation' - Libération, Paris.
'Police. Megademonstration gathers more than 15,000 and provokes tensions in São Bento' - I, Lisbon.
'Crimea 'breakaway' as MPs vote to join Russia' - The Scotsman, Edimburgh.
'Separate worlds' - Die Tageszeitung, Berlin.
'Crimea unites to Russia' - Die Presse, Vienna.
'Juncker has good chances' - Luxemburger Wort, Luxembourg.
'Meltdown for European security' - Svenska Dagbladet, Stockholm.
'The EU takes minisanctions' - Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich.
"Just go rot in your own country and shut up, filthy fascist" - De Volkskrant, Amsterdam.
'Kidnapped by the Kremlin' - The Economist, London.
'Imperial strategy' - Internazionale, Rome.