IN THE PAPERS
Will the Pope's visit to Cuba change anything, and what does the Trayvon Martin case tell us about America? It's all in today's pick of the world papers.
El Pais says the aim of the Pope's visit to Cuba isn't really to change the regime there, but rather to increase the Church's influence, while the Miami Herald says the visit is good PR for lots of people, but won't really change anything.
The Guardian goes back over the case of 63 African migrants who died stranded on a boat in the Mediterranean last year - and tries to find out who was responsible.