Various papers report that the mother of a soldier who died in Afghanistan has said that a web troll who posted an upsetting Facebook message about her son should have been jailed. Azhar Ahmed was given a two-year community order after saying all soldiers should 'die and go to hell' following the deaths of six soldiers in Afghanistan. | The Times reports that a Western think tank has claimed that NATO has repeatedly changed the way it assesses the capabilities of the Afghan Army to exaggerate local forces' readiness to take control of the country by 2014. | The Telegraph reports that international prosecutors have backed Tripoli's demand that Saif al-Islam, the son of Colonel Gaddafi, stands trial for war crimes in Libya. | Various papers report that BAE Systems and EADS are fighting to keep their proposed merger alive as the UK, German and French Governments wrangle over the deal before a crucial deadline today. | The Daily Express reports that the makers of the latest James Bond film 'Skyfall' have pledged 50 pairs of tickets to Tickets for Troops for the film's royal premiere on 23 October. | The Sun reports that MP Liam Fox has said that militant MOD union reps are raking in millions a year while troop numbers are slashed. | The Daily Express reports that the Government has agreed to end a dispute over unpaid bills for the new national memorial to Bomber Command by contributing £400,000. | The Daily Record reports that the Prince of Wales paid tribute to the 'truly remarkable' work of the Women's Land Army as he unveiled the first dedicated memorial to its members. Prince Charles met surviving Land Girls at the ceremony on the Fochabers estate in Moray. | In an open letter to the Prime Minister in The Times, Hugh Milroy, head of the charity Veterans Aid, accuses the Government of betraying Commonwealth soldiers who face a growing risk of deportation on leaving the Army instead of being granted citizenship. | Various papers report that NATO says that it has plans ready to defend Turkey against Syria in the wake of exchanges of fire between Ankara and Damascus as rebels continue to mount assaults against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.