Today's front pages: Putin, Boris and bombs in Dortmund
The Week takes a look at the stories grabbing the headlines in Wednesday's national papers
Boris Johnson's failure to win support from the G7 for tougher sanctions on Russia makes the front page of The Times and the Daily Telegraph, the latter of which claims the Foreign Secretary was left "out in the cold".
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's mission to Moscow leads on The Guardian and the Financial Times, who say he is expected to get a frosty reception from Vladimir Putin.
Several papers splash with the High Court's ruling to take eight-month-old Charlie Gard off life support, a decision his parents, Connie Yates and Chris Gard, say they intend to appeal.
The Independent's top headline picks up a survey showing that two in five GPs polled in the south-west they want to leave the profession.
The Daily Mirror promises to take readers inside the "lair" where Khalid Masood planned his attack on Westminster.
A suspected terror attack makes it on to the back covers this morning, with several sports sections leading on a bomb attack apparently targeting the Borussia Dortmund bus as it left for a Champions League home match against Monaco.
Tight scheduling means the game can only be delayed by a single day, leaving the shaken Dortmund team little time to recover from their ordeal.