Scotland's papers: Wildlife crime and missile crisis

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The Daily Record devotes most of its front page to a report on urban hunting gangs who attack wild animals with dogs.

The tensions over North Korea, and its failed missile test, are the lead for The National, which asks if the US was involved in sabotage.

"Stressed out" teachers are turning to drink - and to coffee - to help them cope, says the Scotsman.

The Herald highlights the pension disaster waiting to happen for many women who have, on average, only a third as much as men saved for retirement.

A theory that drone footage may have inspired thefts from a fire station in Dundee gets an outing in the Courier.

The Scottish Sun says Prince Harry sought therapy over issues connected to the death of his mother. So does the Scottish Daily Mail.

More pension concerns in the Scottish Daily Express, which reports on the many people who will not receive the full state pension.

The Daily Star is excited about revealing pictures of a minor celebrity.

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