What the Scottish papers say
The Daily Record's front page is dominated by a picture of events following the attack on soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich. It shows three police officers with their weapons raised and aimed at the men who carried out the killing.
The Scottish Sun chooses instead an image of Lee Rigby in uniform. It says the murdered soldier's girlfriend is flying home from serving in the Afghanistan warzone.
The 25-year-old soldier leaves behind a two-year-old son, says the Scotsman. It quotes his family as calling him a "loving son, husband, father, brother and uncle".
The Herald reports that Muslim leaders across Scotland have held talks with police, who are stepping up patrols around mosques amid fears of reprisals following the hacking to death of the soldier on the streets of London.
According to the Courier, Labour has demanded answers from the Scottish government after the paper revealed hundreds of criminal convictions could be overturned due to poor DNA sample procedure.
North MP Danny Alexander, says the Press and Journal, will launch a massive campaign to save the Highlands' economically vital air links with London.