Thursday, 10 April 2014

Today’s best European front pages

Today's main news is probably Greece coming back to the treasure bond markets after four years, as a consequence of the debt crisis that crippled the country's economy. The other big news being, as usual these days, the tensions in Eastern Ukraine, with Kiev government's ultimatum to pro-Russian activist who are still occupying official buildings set to expire today.



'Over 16 billion bid in exchange of 2,5 billion' - I Naftemporiki, Athens.




'A spectacular return to markets' - I Kathimerini, Athens.




'Greece comes out of bond exile' - Financial Times, London.




'Unstopping unrest in Eastern Ukraine' - Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Zurich.





'Crimea zone recognised' - Kommersant, Moscow.




'Finland pushes Portugal towards a "clean" exit from bailout' - Público, Lisbon.




'Fear for the free trade' - Handelsblatt, Düsseldorf.





'Internet leak Heartbleed is hunting you' - De Morgen, Brussels.




'A legal loophole threatens to set dozens of narcos free' - El País, Madrid.




'Sleaze row leavers Cameron weakened as Miller resigns' - The Guardian, London.




'Hollande season two' - Libération, Paris.




'Eastern Europeans are profitable' - Berlingske, Copenhagen.

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