Scotland's papers: Remain camp 'split' and Johnny Depp break-up

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Senior figures in the campaign for the UK to remain in the EU have accused Nicola Sturgeon and Alex Salmond of harming their chances of victory, according to The Herald.

The Scotsman says millions of unregistered voters could cost the pro-EU campaign victory in next month's referendum.

Hollywood star Johnny Depp has been accused of smashing an iPhone into the face of his estranged wife, says The Scottish Sun.

The Daily Record leads with the same story, saying Amber Heard had a bruised face when she arrived at a Los Angeles court where she won a restraining order against the actor.

A passenger flight came within "feet of disaster" after narrowly avoiding a collision with a drone near Glasgow Airport, according to The Scottish Daily Mail.

The National highlights the case of a man who has been living in the UK since 2002 who now faces deportation.

The Scottish Daily Express leads with a charity founder mounting a legal challenge to his UK driving ban after being convicted under Scots law.

The Times says health experts have warned the Olympic Games in Rio should be postponed or moved because of the risk of the zika virus.

The Press and Journal's north east edition leads with the story of a man who ran into a blazing house to save a neighbour.

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