UK & World News
Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages
A potential lead in the hunt for Madeleine McCann and the death of the Duchess of Cornwall's brother Mark Shand feature on the front pages of many of Thursday's newspapers.
The Daily Express leads on what the paper calls a breakthrough in the investigation into what happened to Madeleine, who vanished in Portugal in 2007.
The same story runs on the front page of the Daily Star, which claims arrests could be made within weeks by detectives.
The death of the 62-year-old Mr Shand, who suffered a serious head injury in a fall in New York, leads the front pages of The Sun and the Daily Mail.
Police attempts to try and prevent young men joining the fighting in Syria is the focus of The Guardian's front page.
The paper reports the Metropolitan Police will "gamble" that its officers can persuade Muslim women to inform on relatives who are intent on taking part in the country's civil war.
A new generation of entrepreneurs is being created by the government's benefit cuts, according to the front page story in the Daily Telegraph.
The Financial Times runs with an article about Germany's largest bank, Deutsche Bank, on its front page.
The Times reports on the launch of a new union for teachers amid what the paper describes as discontent about strike action.
A sharp fall in the number of people dying from cancer is the front page splash in the i.
Meanwhile, the Independent reports that three quarters of the Government's free schools are empty.