In the headlines
A Russian missile strike on a crowded shopping mall in central Ukraine, hundreds of miles from the country’s main battlegrounds, has killed at least 18 people and wounded 59. More than 1,000 shoppers were inside the building in Kremenchuk at the time of the attack, which G7 leaders have branded a “war crime”. British doctors are threatening to go on strike unless they get a pay rise of up to 30% over five years, says The Guardian. “Years of pay freezes” mean they now earn 30% less, in real terms, than in 2008. A “mystery rocket” has crashed into the Moon, says The Daily Telegraph. Nasa spotted a “large double crater” on the lunar surface, but “no one on Earth” is claiming responsibility.