Easter Sunday Scottish papers: Terror police and Paige vigil

The head of Scotland's anti-terror squad has revealed that police are actively tracking groups of Islamic extremists north of the border, according to the Sunday Herald.

The Scotland on Sunday has a powerful front page picture of woman who was caught up in the terror attacks at Brussels airport. The paper looks at what threats Scotland is facing and how they are being countered.

The grieving mother of Paige Doherty paid tribute to her daughter at a tearful vigil, reports the Sunday Post.

The Scottish Sun on Sunday has a story about a lottery jackpot winner who the paper says left 21 staff without jobs when she shut her cafe.

The Sunday Mail has a front page exclusive about an inquiry involving the Lord Advocate's brother.

The family of a Muslim shopkeeper who was attacked after posting an online Easter message have revealed they feared for their lives following the incident, according to the Scottish Daily Mail.

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