What the Scottish papers say


The Daily Record carries a photograph of the four-year-old girl found dead in a burn outside a hospital.

The Herald reports that families of British men stranded in remote desert areas of war-torn Libya were still waiting to find out how their loved ones would be rescued, as David Cameron said the UK government would "do everything we can."

The Scotsman says a defiant Muammar Gaddafi vowed to "open arsenals to arm all Libyan people" in a speech in Tripoli's Green Square, while elsewhere in the city his militia gunned down protesters leaving mosques after prayers.

The Press and Journal leads with thousands of people lining the streets of St Andrews as Prince William and Royal bride-to-be Kate Middleton stepped out for their first official engagement in Scotland.

The Courier says the couple looked "perfectly relaxed and comfortable" as they came "home".

The Scottish Sun's headline is "Texas star back from the dead". The band's Ally McErlaine speaks about how he battled back from the brink of death after suffering a massive brain haemorrhage.

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