We take a look at Tunisia in today's pick of the international papers - who is standing in the Arab spring's first election, and will anyone actually vote? We also look at the police response to the "Occupy Wall Street" movement, and tabloid excitement at the birth of Carla Bruni's baby.
The Guardian takes a look at the Tunisian election - will anyone actually vote? The Arabist blog is looking at proposals to try to get the vote out, while the Times interviews the chairman of Islamist party Ennadha.
Naomi Wolf tells the Guardian her arrest on Tuesday at Occupy Wall Street shows the NYPD is taking a "Stalinist" approach to protesters.
The Independent looks at the eviction of Travellers from Dale Farm in the UK - while Amnesty International tells the Huffington Post it's a human rights abuse.
The Daily Mail is very excited about baby Sarkozy - and feels we can all learn something from Carla.