Thursday, 24 April 2014

Today’s best European front pages

Today 24 April's main news should be Turkish Prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's statement "offering condolences to the descendants of slain Ottoman Armenians yesterday, just a day before the 99th anniversary of the mass killings of Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire during World War I", as Hürriyet reports. It was the first time the Turkish government made such a move, highlits the Turkish press.

'Condoleance in 9 languages' - Milliyet, Istanbul.

'99 years of condoleances' - Cumhuriyet, Istanbul.

'Message in 9 languages' - Hürriyet, Istanbul.


'First condolences in armenian' - Taraf, Istanbul.

'The move forward of the polderjihad' - De Volkskrant, Amsterdam.

'Europe is pulling itself out from the debt swamp' - Die Welt, Berlin.

'Spain complies with Europe but keeps a brutal debt' - El Correo, Bilbao.

'The new troika may impose sanctions to the country until 2038' - Diário de Notícias, Lisbon.

'Sell us your natural gas, says Europe to the US' -  MF Dnes, Prague.

'Deficit 15.8 billion according to Eurostat. Surplus 3.4 billion according to the troika' - Eleftherotypia, Athens.

'Deficit, unemployment: can France hold to its goals?' - La Tribune, Paris.

'Danish exports success in China gets a boost' - Berlingske, Copenhagen.

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