The Egyptian newspaper Tahrir leads: 'The army is on the side of the people, tomorrow Egypt will be without Morsi'. Robert Fisk, writing in The Independent, argues that 'no general is going to depose a president in order to confront another one'. We look, too, at the ongoing spying scandal - one cartoon depicts the US as Mickey at Euro Disney. The Guardian looks at ways to help Snowden. And the WSJ Europe reports that 'Assange plans to run for the senate in Australia'.
Tahrir: The army is on the side of the people, from tomorrow Egypt will be without Morsi
Robert Fisk's comment in The Independent: The demands of the 2011 revolution were not met ... but the army does not hold the answers
China's Global Times: Democracy is no panacea for Egypt's deep woes
Dutch cartoonist Schot shows Mickey Mouse at Euro Disney with satellite dish ears
Comment piece in The Guardian: How to help Snowden
Wall Street Journal Europe: Assange plans unlikely run for Senate in Australia
L'Espresso: No Silvio, No Party