In Wednesday's French papers, the DSK case rumbles on, with many speculating New York prosecutors could be set to drop charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn. In other news, French lawmakers may scrap the 35-hour working week, and Europe's intervention in Libya comes under fire.
Le Parisien claims New York prosecutors are set to drop charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn, while Le Figaro claims the Socialist party is ruining its own electoral chances by obsessing over a comeback by the former IMF head.
In other news, Le Figaro says French lawmakers may be set to scrap the 35-hour working week, and weighs up Annecy's chances of getting the 2018 Winter Olympics.
And Le Monde is scathing about Europe's intervention in Libya - saying it proves Europe is a military dwarf that's trying to play with the big boys, and failing.