Most of European dailies have their main headlines on the growing tension in Eastern Ukraine, as Ukrainian forces stormed pro-Russian separatists who are still occupying key government buildings yesterday, killing up to five rebels.
Worth noticing is Vienna's Die Presse, who headlines on Transparency International's concerns about the EU's allegedly decision-making process, which it accuses of being "prone to corruption because of its complexity" and secretiveness.
'Ukraine on the brink of war' - Süddeutsche Zeitung, Munich.
'Armed clashes push Ukraine towards civil war' - El País, Madrid.
'Ukraine-Russia, the nerve war' - La Croix, Paris.
'Lesson to the world' - Kommersant, Moscow.
'Sloviansk — a "Red line"' - Den, Kiev.
'Putin sharpens tone after Ukraine's offensive' - Dagens Nyheter, Stockholm.
'Putin warning as Ukraine's troops hit back' - The Guardian, London.
'Syria: record number of Western jihadists' - Le Soir, Brussels.
'"I share the Spaniards' vision. It's no time for division' - ABC, Madrid.
'It was worth the party, pal' - Público, Lisbon.
'Risk through secret EU-Deals' - Die Presse, Vienna.
'Bringing the truth about Auschwitz' - SME, Bratislava.
'Tadeusz Różewicz. 1921-2014' - Gazeta Wyborcza, Warsaw.