What the Scottish papers say
The Daily Record reports that the wife of the man accused of murdering Suzanne Pilley has been charged by police.
The Herald claims calls are growing for the biggest rail project in Scotland to be urgently revised after a report said the economic benefits of the scheme had diminished significantly.
David Cameron has announced he wants to end Britain's involvement in the Afghanistan war before the next general election in 2015, The Scotsman says.
Nine climate change protesters have been convicted of disrupting a busy airport - then left court insisting they were not criminals, the Press and Journal reports.
According to The Courier, Scots politicians have reacted angrily to an attempt by a group of MPs to have new regulations aimed at controlling ship-to-ship oil transfers in waters such as the Firth of Forth overturned.
The Scottish Sun says a French student filmed his upstairs neighbours having sex using a webcam taped to a mop handle.