The deaths of four British soldiers near Basra, in southern Iraq, overshadows coverage of the homecoming of the Royal Navy crew freed by Iran.
The Independent sums up the contrast with its headline, "The free and the fallen".
The Daily Mail, meanwhile, asks if the bombing was "Iran's REAL Easter gift".
This was a reference to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's claim that he released the 15 sailors and marines as a "gift" to Britain.
The papers also speculate on the gifts given to the navy crewmen by Iran before they boarded their flight home.
The Daily Star calls them "tawdry goodie bags filled with tat", including a vase, pistachio nuts and nougat.
And it says Mr Ahmadinejad thought the "Oscars-style freebies" would make up for the sailors' 13 days in custody.
The Times, meanwhile, says the "Persian patterned bags" included a copy of Managing My Life by Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
A stampede at the opening of a new Primark store in London's Oxford Street also makes headlines.
"Shop till you drop became an ugly reality," says the Daily Telegraph's fashion editor, after 3,000 shoppers stormed through the doors in minutes.
The Sun says life on the "fashion frontline" was not pretty, and quotes one security guard who said: "They were like animals."
The Times simply called it "A modern Easter passion play".
Several papers report apparent complaints by Prince Charles about his DVD player.
The Daily Express says he thinks they are a "switch off" compared with videos.
The Guardian calls it his "latest grumble" and says despite being heir to the throne, he "apparently does not have a man to operate the machine".
He is the "heir to the moan", the Daily Mirror jokes, and looks at the Prince's other bugbears such as fast food and royal reporter Nicholas Witchell.