US News What the papers say – April 13

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What the papers say – April 4

  What the papers say – April 4 The picture of Tanesha Melbourne – a teenager shot dead in north London – features on the front of many papers on Wednesday.The Times leads with the frosty relationship between Britain and Russia in light of the Salisbury nerve agent attack – adding there are fears about the strength of the “international coalition” against Moscow after it could not be confirmed the substance came from Russia.

Many of today's papers report that Hillary Clinton has ended years of speculation, announcing that she will run to become US president because "everyday Americans need a champion".

5. Yelena Khodyakova and Mikhail Serov article headlined "Turkey like second Ukraine" says that Turkey is seeking discount for the Russian gas supplies; p 13 (700 words). RBK Daily. 1. Yevgeny Krasnikov report "Remembered and sacked" says that on April 21, the social network Vkontakte

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The ongoing crisis over Syria and Sir Cliff Richard’s legal battle against the BBC top the headlines on Friday.

The Guardian reports that the path is clear for the UK to take part in military action after Theresa May’s cabinet gave unanimous backing to her, warning that Syria’s use of chemical weapons could not go unchallenged.

“Missiles at the ready”, says the Daily Mail, as it reports that Britain has “bolstered” its defences against possible Russian retaliation.

What the papers say – April 5

  What the papers say – April 5 The death of former England star Ray Wilkins also makes the front pages.The Times reports the British security services have uncovered the location of the laboratory in Russia where the nerve agent used in the Salisbury attack was manufactured.

13 . Svetlana Gamova report "Kiev: Game without rules" looks at the situation in Ukraine and says that Moscow may "lose the region as a whole"; pp 9 11. Igor Karaulov article headlined "Rules of crisis" says that the April 17 Geneva agreements on Ukraine have not helped settle the Ukrainian crisis, but

13 . Yury Roks article headlined "Armenian Catholicos demand that Turkey return churches" says that on 24 April , Armenians worldwide as well as many states commemorated the 98th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide by the Ottoman Empire; p 6 (549 words). What the Papers Say , Apr. 23, 2012.

All 24 ministers agreed on the need to take action, the paper adds.

The i also reports that the cabinet has backed a co-ordinated international response, and says Russia has called for an emergency UN Security Council meeting, while the Metro says France is also considering air strikes.

The biggest US air and naval strike force was heading towards Syria last night, according to The Times, with US-led strikes expected within the next three days.

Away from Syria, the Daily Mirror and The Sun both lead on Sir Cliff Richard’s High court appearance.

The singer is suing the BBC over live footage it broadcast of police raiding his home while investigating sex abuse claims.

The Mirror reports how the court was told that Sir Cliff’s world was “turned upside down in a matter of moments” thanks to the coverage, while the Sun says the case could cost the corporation up to £4 million.

Elsewhere, Jeremy Hunt features on the front of the Daily Telegraph, which reports that the Health Secretary breached anti-money laundering legislation when he set up a company to buy seven luxury flats. He has since apologised and accepted the mistakes were “his responsibility”, the paper adds.

What the papers say – April 12

  What the papers say – April 12 Britain’s support for looming US military action over Syria’s chemical weapons dominates the agenda.Tensions between the West and Russia ratcheted up on Wednesday after Donald Trump tweeted that strikes with “nice and new and ‘smart!'” missiles were coming.

13 . Sergei Strokan article called "Hamed Karzai might be left without successor" reports on how Afghanistan voted for a new president, concludes The appropriate resolution was passed on April 8; p 2 (250 words). 5. Margarita Papchenkova article titled "Finance Ministry to respond to U.S." says

16. Dmitry Butrin article published in the regular column headlined "Rules of game" focuses on the April 13 session of the IMF and the World Bank in 1. Svetlana Reyter et al. article headlined "Slovyansk uprising" reports on the situation in the Ukrainian city of Slovyansk and says that the paper 's source

The Daily Express claims decades of advice to eat carbohydrates is responsible for Britain’s obesity crisis, while the Daily Star says race fans have hit out at a clampdown on drinking at the Grand National.

The Financial Times reports that nearly half of councils in England have run down their financial reserves in the past two years amid cuts and rising social care costs.

What the papers say – April 20 .
The resignation of a charity boss also makes the front pages.The Times leads with reports of a cabinet rift over post-Brexit immigration policy with the Home Secretary reported to back a softer policy while Prime Minister Theresa May has a “hardline stance”, the paper said.

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