What the papers say – June 28

What the papers say – June 28
An attack on a shopping centre in Ukraine is the focus of today’s papers.

The front pages feature reports from Oekraïne and comments from the head of the Army as Nato prepares to meet in Madrid.

The shopping centre attack is front page of Die Onafhanklike, i en Metro.

Die tye splashes Boris Johnson’s response to the strike: “Putin will pay for his barbarity.”

Die Daily Express says it is a “crime against humanity”.

Intussen, die Financial Times reports on Nato reinforcing its eastern flank with an extra 300,000 troepe.

A warning from the new Army chief that Ukraine is our “1937 moment” is front page of The Daily Telegraph.

Die Daaglikse pos en Die voog report on pay demands and strike threats from doctors.

Die Daily Mirror runs on the death of Hellen McCourt’s killer, Ian Simms.

En die Daily Star says millions will be paid to “sit in the dark” as part of a new National Grid plan to save energy.

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