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Friday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
The Malaysia Airlines plane crash in eastern Ukraine, which is reported to have been shot down by a missile, dominates the front pages of the national newspapers.
:: Financial Times
The aircraft was allegedly shot down by pro-Russian separatists.
:: The Daily Telegraph
At least six Britons are feared to be among 295 people killed when the plane was apparently shot down.
:: Daily Star
Describes the tragedy as "Slaughter At 32,000ft", and reports 80 children were among the dead.
:: Daily Express
Global outrage after the passenger jet was "blasted out of the sky" over east Ukraine.
:: The Guardian
Pro-Russian rebels have been accused of shooting down the jet.
:: The Times
US Vice President Joe Biden says the plane was "blown out of the sky".
:: Daily Mirror
Eighty children are among those feared dead.
:: Daily Mail
US Senator John McCain says "there'll be hell to pay" if it is confirmed that the separatists or Russia fired a missile at the plane.
:: The Sun
Russian President Vladimir Putin is facing universal condemnation after pro-Russian separatists shot down the passenger jet.
:: The Independent and i newspaper
A picture of the smouldering remains of flight MH17.
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