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  • 21 July 2014, 3:15

Monday's Front Pages: What's In The Newspapers?

THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES

:: The Independent

Russian oligarchs are facing fresh sanctions from the EU as the West seeks to punish Moscow for the MH17 tragedy.

:: The Daily Telegraph

Relatives of Britons who died in flight MH17are worried that pro-Russian separatists may keep the victims' bodies and use them as a "bargaining chip".

:: Daily Star

The newspaper reports on pro-Russian separatists' decision to move the bodies of MH17 victims to an unknown location by train.

:: The Guardian

The newspaper reports from the scene where the Malaysia Airlines planecame down.

:: Daily Express

Britons are set to receive a boost to their pensions under new rules to be introduced on Monday.

:: Daily Mail

David Cameron has warned Vladimir Putin that Russian businessmen will have their assets frozen in London unless he co-operates with an investigation into flight MH17.

:: i

The newspaper reports that victims' families are "outraged" by the treatment of bodies at the MH17 crash site.

:: Daily Mirror

Russia's Vladimir Putin has been accused of trying to cover up Russia's role in the shooting down of MH17.

:: The Times

The newspaper reports that Russia sent powerful rocket launchers to the separatists who shot down the Malaysia Airlines plane.

:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News every evening at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Monday evening's reviewers are Kevin Maguire, associate editor at the Daily Mirror, and Andrew Pierce, consultant editor at the Daily Mail.

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