It's taxes, taxes and taxes in this week's French magazines.
This week, we look at the career of Welsh footballer Ryan Giggs. He plays for Manchester United and has just celebrated his 40th birthday.
This week, Sport Insight takes a look ahead to next year's Football World Cup in Brazil.
There's recognition of a doctor who helps DRC rape victims and fears of genocide in CAR. Tax rows rumble on in France. And Ribéry may not get his hands on football's best player award.
Ayrault's tax revamp is judged risky. French multinationals are judged untruthful. Europe is urged to strip off the hair shirt. Les Bleus say goodbye to mediocrity.
Algeria weaves World Cup magic. In Uganda Besigye dodges the cops but Lukwago doesn't. The US beefs up its east African bases. Kenya says no to ICC video links and falls out with the UK.
This morning's front pages are divided between celebration of the national football team's qualification for the World Cup and lamentation that the prime minister's promise to review the taxation ...
French fans celebrated as France fell back in love with its national football team on Tuesday evening.
It's hard to believe that the five French newspapers to hand were all published on the same planet.
Who abducted a French priest in Cameroon? Are kidnappers targeting French citizens? Is france to friendly with Tuareg separatists in Mali? Will Hollande talk tough to Israel?