Scotland's papers: Families devastated by terror attacks

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image copyrightThe Times
image captionThe Times features a powerful picture of grieving relatives at the burial of three members of the same family in Sri Lanka. The paper also reports British lawyer Ben Nicholson lost his wife and two children in the attacks.
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image captionThe Scottish Sun reports three British families have been "torn apart" by the suicide attacks in Sri Lanka. The paper also features a joyful picture of Prince Louis which was taken by the Duchess of Cambridge.
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image captionThe Scottish Daily Express reports three members of the Nicholson family were "murdered at the breakfast table" as they enjoyed a holiday in Sri Lanka. The paper also features a picture of the "Prince of Smiles", released to mark his first birthday.
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image captionThe Herald leads with the tragic news that Scotland's largest private landowner lost three of his four children in the terrorist atrocity in Sri Lanka. The paper also reports First Minister Nicola Sturgeon could announce plans on Wednesday for a second Scottish independence referendum.
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image copyrightScottish Daily Mail
image captionThe Daily Mail reveals shoppers have been "secretly filmed" by major firms in a bid to make them spend more. It also features a happy picture of Prince Louis and his toothy grin.
image copyrightThe National
image captionGrassroots Tories are attempting to get Prime Minister Teresa May to resign, according to The National.
image copyrightThe i
image captionConservative MPs have launched a bid to stop Boris Johnson featuring on a final ballot for the leadership of the Conservative Party, according to the front page of The i.
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image captionPrime Minister Theresa May will be told by MPs to name her departure date or risk being forced out, the Daily Telegraph reports. The paper also carries a picture of Prince Louis to mark his first birthday.
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image captionAn amateur football match was suspended at the weekend after claims a player suffered a "racial slur", according to the north-east edition of the Press and Journal.
image copyrightThe Courier
image captionThe Courier reports record-breaking Easter temperatures caused "log jams" on roads surrounding popular beaches in Aberdour and St Andrews.
image copyrightDaily Star
image captionThe Daily Star leads with a report about a TV star who has revealed he is "dying of AIDS".
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image captionThe Daily Record claims the hitman who killed Trainspotting actor Bradley Walsh in Edinburgh was paid £10,000 for the murder.

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