Newspaper front pages for the 19th of April 2021

The i has an interview with former European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.


Saudi Arabia Interior Ministry warns of quarantine if laxity in COVID-19 protocols continues says Saudi Gazette.

Burning of military barracks in Wum; 16 detainees regain freedom after five years in jail, says The Guardian Daily Post.


The US and China have vowed to work together to combat climate change, the Financial Times reports.

Metro reports on a new coronavirus variant in India, with calls for the country to be put on the UK’s ‘red list’, meaning travellers would have to quarantine in a hotel on arrival in the UK.

Cutting poverty and inequality is the best way to cut crime, a senior police officer has told The Guardian.




The Queen faces her first birthday without Prince Philip in more than seven decades, the Daily Mail says.







Tanzania announces measures to improve investment environment says  Times Observer.


CAG takes HESLB to task over shortfalls in loan repayments say The Citizen

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