Friday, 7 March 2014

Today’s best European front pages

Today, most of European dailies are still focused on the situation in Ukraine, after the parliament in Crimea voted on Thursday for the Russian-occupied region to "enter into the Russian Federation with the rights of a subject of the Russian Federation.” A referendum on the move will take place on 16 March. The EU and the US are opposed to what they consider a de facto annexion of Crimea to Russia.
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.

1 comment:

  1. Hoy dia de la mujer en España se habló de: