Wednesday's Scottish papers: Bomb attacks in Belgium
Coverage of the bomb attacks in Brussels which left 31 dead dominates the front pages of all the Scottish papers.
The Scotsman shows a montage of pictures from the attacks, including a CCTV image of three suspects at Brussels airport.
"Brussels bloodbath" is the headline on the front page of the Herald, which has a picture of two women in the immediate aftermath of the airport bombing.
The Scottish edition of The Times also shows a picture of the three airport suspects.
In its front page headline, The Scottish Daily Mail asks: "How many more jihadi bombers are out there?"
The Daily Record has a picture from the departure lounge after the attack and reports that the Belgian police are hunting for a suspect they believe is still alive.
The Scottish Sun carries a picture of the three men linked to the airport explosions, with the headline "Primed suspects".
The National has a picture of a tribute to the victims of the attacks.
And the Press and Journal has a montage of pictures from the attacks, along with a story about a teenage cyclist who was killed in a collision on a Moray road at the weekend.