Scotland's front pages: Obama criticises UK and Murray says suspend Sharapova

Andy Murray demanded that the tennis authorities ban Maria Sharapova for failing a drugs test in January, reports The Scotsman.

The Herald has the same story and says Andy Murray has criticised his racket sponsor for supporting fellow tennis star Maria Sharapova after she failed a drugs test.

A major boost to the study of medieval Scottish history was revealed yesterday when it was announced that a horde of coins and other artefacts had been uncovered by archaeologists working on the presumed location of the "lost" village of Cadzow, writes The National.

The Times says that President Obama launched an extraordinary attack on David Cameron last night for allowing Libya to deteriorate into lawlessness and become a haven for Islamic State.

The Scottish Daily Mail claims that a new treatment for breast cancer has completely eradicated tumours in just 11 days.

The Daily Record says it has uncovered a suspect in the brutal murder of a woman 50 years ago.

An emotional Madonna "boozily" dedicated a song to her estranged teenage son Rocco as a huge picture of him as a child is beamed across her stage during the Australian leg of her world tour, writes The Scottish Sun.

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