IN THE WORLD PAPERS - Wednesday, February 21: Anger, horror and disbelief from the press after the latest airstrikes demolish the Syrian's neighborhood of eastern Ghouta. In Israel, new bribery allegations rock Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as calls mount for him to resign. Also, the Queen attends her first fashion show in London and fans of Canada's ice-skating pair Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir dedicate some steamy fan-fiction to them!

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The Guardian blasts the international community for allowing 'another Srebrenica' in Syria as airstrikes pound eastern Ghouta.

In Israel, Haaretz warns that Benjamin Netanyahu is in his final days as Prime Minister as he faces new allegations of bribery.

Queen Elizabeth attends her first runway show at London Fashion Week to present a new award to a young designer.

Fans of Canadian gold-medal winning ice pair Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir dream up some smutty fan-fiction to the smouldering duo.


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