IN THE PAPERS
In today's French press - the papers backpedal after claiming yesterday that charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn were set to be dropped, the six Socialist candidates for the presidency can't agree on policy, and a French dating site is a huge success with people in their sixties.
Le Parisien interviews Kenneth Thompson, lawyer for Dominique Strauss-Kahn's alleged victim - he says they have evidence that could convict him.
Le Figaro says the six Socialist presidential candidates can't agree on policy - and they analyse why France can't win the chance to host an Olympic Games.
And Le Monde says it's never too late to find love - as dating sites take off among sexagenarians.