On this 22 April Ukraine and the dodgy Easter truce between Kiev and the pro-Russia militias that control some cities in the East of the country still make most of European dailies' front pages. Even the United States Vice-president's visit to Kiev did not seem to make much change to the standoff on the ground.
'The US prove that there are Russian soldiers in Eastern Ukraine' - ABC, Madrid.
'One in four will vote for another party in European elections' - Der Standard, Vienna.
'Moldova: even more help asked than Eastern Ukraine' - Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Frankfurt.
'Russia to work on self-esteem' - Kommersant, Moscow.
'A lieration's backstage' - Libération, Paris.
'Bulgaria's growth lags behind compared to Central and Eastern European countries' - Sega, Sofia.
'The IMF insists on cutting wages even more' - Diário de Notícias, Lisbon.
'A milestone for the debt on 5 May' - To Ethnos, Athens.
'West seeks to end Putin's stranglehold over energy' - The Times, London.