The euro crisis continues to dominate front pages - with rumours France and Germany are secretly plotting the eurozone's demise, and criticism of the European Central Bank. We're also looking at UK student protests, Mexico and Julian Assange.
The Guardian headlines on rumours France and Germany are holding secret meetings to plot the demise of the eurozone - and a new fiscal union.
The New York Times blames the European Central Bank for the crisis.
Mexican paper La Jornada looks at a Human Rights Watch report saying security forces have been responsible for 24 killings, 39 disappearances and 170 cases of torture in the country.
The Independent says police were too heavy-handed in yesterday's student protests.
And the Guardian also looks at a new opera - about Julian Assange.