The Egyptian Constitution, Germany, politics and not so surpisingly, taxes are among the headlines in today's French Papers.
The French government has welcomed Germany's commitment to establish a legal minimum wage
Europe's leaders gather in Paris on Tuesday at a meeting hosted by President François Hollande to discuss how to combat youth unemployment.
Reactions to the murder of RFI journalists Ghislaine Dupont and Claude Verlon by armed Islamists in Mali last week dominate comments in the French weeklies.
There's anger in Brussels about US snooping and "you-too" accusations from the US.
French President François Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel were set to discuss revelations of US spying on their countries on the sidelines of the European Union summit in Brussels Thursday.
China's food needs have worldwide repercussions. The US is accused of listening to Mutti. And there's a look at France's depressing unemployment situation.
A French minister has accused Germany's "minijobs" of causing unemployment in France.
The French - and the rest of Europe - are anxious to know who Angela Merkel will invite to join her government and whether they'll say yes. How fair is France's tax system?
French president François Hollande was the first European leader to congratulate Germany’s Angela Merkel after poll estimates showed a clear win in Sunday’s elections.