What the papers say: Saturday's front pages

What The Papers Say: Saturday's Front Pages
Saturday's front pages: The Irish Times, Irish Independent, Irish Examiner, Irish Daily Mail, Irish Daily Star and Irish Daily Mirror
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The front pages for Saturday cover various topics, with several papers leading with the genocide case against Israel at the International Court of Justice.

The Irish Times and the Irish Examiner report that pressure on Ireland to join South Africa’s genocide case against Israel has increased after the UN’s highest court ordered Israel to immediately prevent its army from carrying out genocidal acts in Gaza.


The Irish Independent and Irish Daily Mail continue with their focus on RTÉ after the publication of a report into Toy Show The Musical.


The Irish Daily Mirror says outgoing Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp has been invited to visit the Monaghan home of a young fan to personally explain his shock decision to quit.

The Irish Daily Star reports that gardaí have searched Ian Bailey’s home in Co Cork as part of an investigation into the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier.


Sinn Féin’s Gerry Kelly has accepted a devastating court judgment which now leaves him liable for a huge legal bill as a result, according to the Belfast Telegraph.

The British papers lead with King Charles’s hospital stay.


The Daily Express, the Daily Mail and The Sun all lead with Charles undergoing a procedure for an enlarged prostate.

The i splashes with a story on British spycraft, with analysts struggling to keep up with the growing threat of Chinese espionage, according to one MI6 boss.

The Daily Telegraph looks to US-UK military relations for its lead, running a piece on the US relocating its nuclear arms to British RAF bases amid growing fears of a possible conflict with Russia.

The Times runs with a story on Emma Webber, mother of Valdo Calocane’s victim Barnaby Webber, and her call for an inquiry into the Nottingham killings.

The Independent has called for the unmasking of those funding a plot to topple the British prime minister.

Both the Financial Times and The Guardian cast focus abroad, with the International Court of Justice ordering Israel to take action to prevent acts of genocide in Gaza.

Moving to sport, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Star splash with Jürgen Klopp’s announcement he will leave Liverpool.

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