UK & World News
Friday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
:: The Times
President Obama was poised to order airstrikes against jihadists in Iraq as they forced up to 100,000 Christians and other minority faiths to flee.
:: The Guardian
The Obama administration was also considering humanitarian air drops to help the besieged religious minorities chased up a mountain by ISIS.
:: The Daily Telegraph
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan will warn nurseries are at risk of being taken over by religious extremists.
:: Daily Mirror
The gang who stabbed two British students to death in Malaysia were high on crystal meth available for 40p a hit.
:: Daily Express
London Mayor Boris Johnson has thrown down the gauntlet to David Cameron over Europe, insisting it should be "easy" to claw back powers from the EU.
:: Daily Mail
The number of patients on NHS waiting lists for operations is at its highest for six years.
A father has been accused of killing his daughter by giving her ecstasy.
:: Financial Times
One of the world's biggest investors will start publicly declaring how it intends to vote at companies' annual meetings.
:: The Independent
Labour will place a commitment to ensuring men and women are paid equally at the heart of its manifesto.
:: Daily Star
Big Brother contestant Helen Wood has been blacklisted by nightclubs to keep her away from Premier League footballers.
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