Scottish papers: China deal and Granny gives birth

The Scotsman says that Nicola Sturgeon has refused to say if she knew about corruption allegations surrounding the owner of one of the Chinese companies that she signed a £10bn investment agreement with.

The Herald claims that the company, which is linked to "gross corruption", was not fully investigated before an agreement that opens the door to £10bn of investment in Scotland was agreed.

In other news, The Times says world leaders, criminals and billionaire sheikhs have secretly poured hundreds of millions of pounds into London properties.

On a day when the premier of Iceland resigned over his links to the Panamanian firm hit by a leak of documents, the extended family of Prime Minister David Cameron is increasingly at the centre of a growing row over their links to secretive offshore funds, writes The National.

The front page of the Scottish Daily Mail claims mass migration is allowing terrorists to sneak into the EU.

The Scottish Daily Express says an investigation is under way after the police took a week to find the body of a charity worker.

A woman involved in the cut-throat killing of a teenage girl is working as a local hairdresser just one mile from the murder scene, writes the Daily Record.

Britain's oldest mum of triplets gave herself Botox injections before going into labour to look her best after the birth, says The Scottish Sun.

The Daily Star of Scotland claims that bosses at The Voice are set to make a huge offer to entice Cheryl Fernandez-Versini to the show.

A man injured in a Perth disturbance was stabbed "25 times in the face", according to neighbours, writes The Courier.

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