Whay are Brazilians fed up? Who murdered seven French monks in Algeria in the 1990s? Why are highly qualified professionals leaving France?
French former president Nicolas Sarkozy dominates two of this morning's front pages, and each of the stories concerns money, buckets of the stuff.
Iran and the French school leaving examinations are this morning's headline stories.
Bernard Tapie, the man suspected of fraud in an organized gang, tops the list of stories this week as the French magazines dig deep into the latest revelations.
Three stories dominate the news today: the Bernard Tapie affair, President Hollande’s pension reform plans and the first flight of the Airbus’ youngest baby, the A350.
The corruption probe into a payout to businessman-turned-politician Bernard Tapie is fast becoming a thriller with the papers having a field day trying to catch up with the new revelations.
Two completely black front pages this morning...
Strikes, spying and unemployment make up the front-page menu this morning. But none of it is particularly nourishing.
The Chinese economy, how the French are spending their money and space travel are among the subjects in today's French papers...
Big Brother is alive and well and watching you from Washington. And the French may have to work longer.