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Are holidaymakers ready to go back to Tunisia?
In Monday's French newspapers - the two leading candidates to be the Socialist Party's nominee for the French presidency clash over the Greek bailout, we look at whether tourists are returning to Egypt and Tunisia, and Lyon's attempt to tackle le binge drinking.
Liberation looks at the row between Socialist presidential candidates Martine Aubry and François Hollande over whether France should cut its deficit or risk ending up like Greece.
Le Figaro thinks neither of them know what they're doing on the economy - they're also looking at the fallout from Green presidential candidate Eva Joly's plan to scrap the Bastille Day military parade.
Le Parisien visits Egypt and Tunisia - and finds the beaches empty of the holidaymakers both economies so badly need.
And in the same paper, Lyon bans alcohol sales after 10pm - in an attempt to reduce teenage binge drinking.