Scotland's papers: Illegal fishing scandal and care home attacks

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The Herald claims an exclusive with its front page story about airlines unwittingly aiding gangsters by transporting illegal shellfish out of Scotland.

The Scotsman leads with the promise by international leaders of £7bn of aid to ease the plight of Syrian refugees.

"Rape-advocate" Roosh V has been run out of Scotland, after protesters forced the controversial misogynist to cancel meetings in Glasgow and Edinburgh, reports the National.

A pensioner has been accused of two sexual assaults on a 76-year-old woman in a care home, according to the Daily Record.

The Scottish Sun has a story about a cheating husband cleared of murder after stabbing his friend to death.

A former banker has gone on trial accused of swindling north-east pensioners out of thousands of pounds, says the Press and Journal.

The Courier leads with a story about the SNP council administration in Dundee.

The Scottish Daily Mail says a generation of young Scots fear that they will never be able to buy their own homes.

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