The papers: Thursday's front page
Mina al-Oraibi, of international Arabic newspaper Asharq Alawsat, and Martin Bentham, of London's Evening Standard, reviewed Thursday's papers for the BBC News Channel.
They began by discussing a report in the Times about the role of UK special forces in Iraq, where minority communities have fled from Islamist militants.
The pair then moved on to the Guardian's front-page picture, which highlights the case of a Palestinian bomb disposal worker who - having spent five years defusing explosives - was killed this week.
They also examined the Financial Times's lead story, which focuses on the Bank of England's forecast for wages growth and its implications for interest rates.
14 Aug 2014