Police in Los Angeles, California, pulled the pilot from a crash-landed Cessna seconds before the Plane hit by train on Sunday, sending debris flying in all directions.
Ten people have died after a cliff collapses onto tourist boats on a lake in Brazil, according to police officials said.
The ongoing Novak Djokovic visa row continues to dominate the news - with the public firmly split on whether the No 1 tennis star should be deported. The papers reflect the uncertainty of Djokovic’s situation - with some headlines looking at whether he will still end up being deported, if...
The Independent says Farage will try and spin the story differently but this, really, is the extent of it: he has attached himself to a bandwagon and been rewarded with a quick peek inside.
The Daily Mail says I was given the same pseudo-medical therapy as Djokovic, writes DOMINIC LAWSON, and while I've not won 20 Grand Slams, I know a stunt when I see it.
The Sun says TRAPPED and humiliated inside a dingy refugee detention hotel, Novak Djokovic is paying the price for his anti-vax stance.
The Daily Express says Novak Djokovic could be deported from Australia on Monday if the courts rule against him and the Serbian's season may be about to take another turn for the worse.
Novak Djokovic detained again in Australia after the Judge ruling, as Australian ministers look to overturn the Judge's ruling.
The Metro says Omicron may have peaked with new cases falling for five days in a row.
The Independent leads with an exclusive interview from one of Britain’s most senior counterterror police officers.
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Campaigners say Michael Gove must spend billions more to end the fire safety crisis for homes across England, reports The Guardian.
Senior Conservatives are warning the prime minister to take immediate action to solve the cost of living crisis, writes the Daily Express.
The Sun says the nation will celebrate 2022’s historic Platinum Jubilee with a UK-wide bake-off to create a dessert dedicated to Her Majesty.
The Daily Mirror leads with an exclusive investigation into the government’s levelling up plans.
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The Guardian says over 140,000 more people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK, amid reports that lateral flow tests will remain free.
The Independent says the death of Sinead O’Connor’s son will be referred to the National Review Panel (NRP) for investigation.
The Metro says Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire admits he ‘could have signed elsewhere’, with the Red Devils in disarray.
The Guardian says Michael Gove must spend billions more on ending the fire safety crisis in homes across England, campaigners will say on Monday.
The Independent says a “no-fly zone” is to be enforced over Windsor Castle by the end of the month as part of a bid to enhance security at the royal residence.
The Metro says Health professionals have dismissed claims that a new Covid variant named ‘Deltacron’ has emerged that is a hybrid of the Delta and Omicron strains.
The Independent says at least 164 people were killed during protests that erupted in Kazakhstan this week, the country’s health ministry has said.
The Guardian says The Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has tested positive for Covid-19.
The Metro says Ten people have died and more than 30 injured after part of a canyon collapsed onto tourist boats in Brazil.
More than 160 dead in Kazakhstan and a further 1200 are missing. According to the latest reports, on Sunday to have died in several days of unrest in Kazakhstan and almost 6,000 have been arrested after riots in Central Asia's largest country. The energy-rich nation of 19 million people has...
The Metro says Bob Saget, famed for starring in US sitcom Full House, was pronounced dead in his hotel room in Orlando, Florida on Sunday.
The Independent says The Golden Globes went ahead despite being pulled by NBC following a controversy surrounding voting body.
The Guardian says The Power of the Dog and Succession were the big winners at an unusual, stripped-back Golden Globes.
The Independent says Myanmar’s ousted leader Aung San Suu Kyi was convicted of three criminal charges and sentenced to four more years in prison on Monday.
The Metro says At least 19 people, including nine children, have died after a fire broke out in an apartment block in New York.
Many of Monday’s front pages prominently feature the government's hopes that the UK is moving towards a new phase of the pandemic.
BBC News says Buckingham Palace has unveiled the full line-up of celebrations to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee this year.
The Guardian says Judge Anthony Kelly reads out a minute agreed to by both the government and Djokovic, where he quashes the decision to cancel Novak Djokovic’s visa.
France24 says Kazakhstan's largest city was back online and appeared to be returning to normal on Monday, as the nation observed a day of mourning.