Scotland's papers: SNP-Labour pact 'ruled out' and beach tragedy
The Herald says Jeremy Corbyn will use a visit to Scotland this week to categorically rule out the prospect of an alliance between Labour and the SNP ahead of the 2020 General Election.
The Scotsman reports comments from former Scottish justice secretary Kenny MacAskill that Scotland was "left to take the rap" for the global fallout of the Lockerbie bombing.
The Times Scotland edition says UK teenagers have been struck by a "depression epidemic".
"On top of the world" is the headline over a full page picture of runner Mo Farah on the front page of the Scottish Daily Mail, which has an Olympic souvenir special.
The National says Scotland's seafood industry faces a £93m black hole over the next six years because of Brexit.
The Daily Express reports that "Britain will keep booming" following the exit from the EU.
The Daily Record describes how 13-year-old Samuel Walker went into the water off Aberdeen beach in an attempt to save his brother and mother from drowning.
The Scottish Sun says Julie and Lucas Walker were "lost to the sea" after a huge wave crashed against the sea wall.
The Press and Journal also reports on the Aberdeen beach tragedy, saying Julie and Lucas Walker died despite "heroic efforts" to save them.
"Arise Sir Mo" is the headline on the front page of the Daily Star, which says a knighthood awaits Mo Farah after his double gold success at Rio 2016.
And the Courier says Fife Council's record on dog fouling is "causing a stink".