The downing of a Malaysian Airlines flight led front pages around the world today. In Russia, the story was a little more complicated.
Some Russian outlets omitted the story from their front page altogether. Like Voice of Russia, a Kremlin-funded radio station.
Others pointed fingers at Ukraine or the United States. Like Pravda.
And Kommersant, a once respected newspaper that has come under increasing accusations of censorship.
The Guardian's Shaun Walker wrote on Friday about the absence of the Malaysian plane crash from Russian news outlets.
Walker wrote: "the state-run Rossiyskaya Gazeta led with a story about the eating habits of Russians, relegating the 298 deaths on board MH17 to the bottom of the front page."