We look at heightened tension between Pyongyang and Washington. One paper reports that the US is engaged in "subtle-messaging" by flying stealth bombers over the Korean peninsula. Pope Francis, meanwhile, is embarking on his first Easter weekend as Pontiff: is his washing of feet more to do with washing his hands? And, in the throes of the Cyprus crisis, can IMF boss Christine Lagarde fix Europe?
Global Times (China): "Show of strength"
Christian Science Monitor: "US stealth bomber as messenger: what it says to China, North Korea"
La Stampa's Vatican Insider: "Among us the one who is highest up must be at the service of others"
The Independent's Friday cartoon: "I don't know 'bout deir feet ... budda my 'ans never looka so squeaky clean'
The International Herald Tribune: "Avoiding the next Cyprus"