Scotland's Papers: FM's family safe and football match 'child sex attack'

daily record
The news that the first minister’s in-laws have made it out of Gaza makes the front page of the Daily Record. Elizabeth and Maged El-Nakla had been visiting relatives when Israel retaliated for attacks by Hamas. Humza Yousaf has spoken of his “relief” at the news.
the national
The National leads with a new Scottish government paper on “migration after independence” which was unveiled in Dundee on Friday. The paper says the government would overhaul the migration and asylum system in an independent Scotland, making it easier for people to live, work, study and invest in the country.
The Scottish Sun reports that Police Scotland are investigating claims a 13-year-old girl was the victim of a sexual assault at the Dundee v Rangers game on Wednesday. According to the newspaper the incident took place in the Bobby Shankly away section of the stadium.
the herald
The Scotsman reports firefighters across Scotland have faced an "unprecedented" number of flooding call-outs in the last year- which they believe is due to climate change. New statistics show the fire service was called out to 3,139 floods last year. The number of woodland fire-related incident is also on the rise.
The Daily Express leads on Rishi Sunak's call for planned pro-Palestinian protests on Armistice Day to be banned. The prime minister said there would be a risk of the Cenotaph and other war memorials being desecrated which would be "an affront" to British values.
the i
The i's weekend edition reports on an "election boost" for the Labour party from an unlikely source. Former Tory chancellor Ken Clarke has backed shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves - praising her "uncompromising" fiscal approach.
evening news
The Edinburgh Evening News describes an incident in which five pedestrians were injured in the city's Cowgate area on Thursday as "horrific". Two children were among those taken to hospital after they were hit by a car. Officers said the 53-year-old driver was arrested and released pending further inquiries.
glasgow times
The Glasgow Times reports forensic officers were at the scene of a murder in Knightswood. A 33-year-old man was found dead near a tower block on Kirkton Avenue. Inquiries into the incident are ongoing.
weekend telegraph
The "worst ever" motorist jailed is the headline on the front page of the Weekend Telegraph. Driver Allan Scott was jailed and had his license revoked after he was caught driving while disqualified for the 26th time.
press and journal
A cottage in Glencoe once owned by Jimmy Saville is set to be demolished, reports the Press and Journal. Planning regulations had halted the plans but the new owners have submitted new plans to build a house on the land. Previously, the property belonged to acclaimed Scottish mountaineer Dr Hamish MacInnes.
The Courier weekend
The Courier reports "nightmare" roadworks to the A9 are set to resume on Monday. The work near Dunkeld is set to cause disruption until December.
evening express
A man who murdered his partner has been jailed for a minimum of 20 years, reports Aberdeen's Evening Express. Jacqueline Kerr - a 54-year-old support worker for children with learning difficulties - was found dead in January in her home on Sunnyside Road. Christopher Cook, 44, admitted murdering her last month.