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Last Updated: Saturday, 25 August 2007, 09:29 GMT 10:29 UK
What the Scottish papers say
Three British soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan by American fighter jets in one of the worst so-called friendly fire incidents in recent years, says The Herald.

The Scotsman says the Ministry of Defence is facing searching questions about delays in buying vital new battlefield identification systems after the "friendly fire" incident.

Children as young as 13 arrived at a Highland nightclub for an under-age disco while high on drink and drugs, it is claimed in the Press and Journal.

Furious Gerry McCann launched a blistering attack on reports that he and wife Kate drugged and killed their daughter, says the Daily Record.

The Daily Mail says that the devastated mother of Rhys Jones wept as she revisited the spot where the son she called her "baby" had been gunned down.

The Scottish Sun claims female police officers with small chests will be forced to wear high-visibility trousers to comply with a "barmy" EU ruling.


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