Mass shooting and alcohol limits

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The mass shooting in Florida dominates many of the front pages today.

The Scotsman describes the attack as "the new face of the war on terror".

The Scottish Sun says the gunman laughed as he killed 50 clubbers in an Orlando bar.

The Times leads with the same story, saying the man suspected of carrying out the shootings swore allegiance to Isis before carrying out the attack.

The National features President Obama condemning the killings, which have been described as the worst terrorist attack on US soil since 9/11.

Elsewhere, The Herald leads with proposals to limit the amount of alcohol supermarkets and pubs can sell as part of the government's plan to tackle Scotland's "harmful levels of drinking".

The Daily Record leads with a picture of a woman who was convicted 18 months ago of killing her son as she mingles with shoppers in Edinburgh.

The Scottish Daily Mail says Prime Minister David Cameron will hand over the campaign to keep Britain in the European Union to Gordon Brown.

The Courier's Dundee edition focuses on the search for a man who remains missing after falling into the River Tay.

The Presss and Journal's Aberdeen edition leads with the rise of child sexual abuse.

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