In today's international papers - did News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks order the hacking of teenage murder victim Milly Dowler's phone herself? The political fallout grows from those shocking revelations - while in the US journalists point out that even if Strauss-Kahn's accuser lied in the past, that doesn't mean she wasn't raped.
The Independent leads on an exclusive - that News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks personally ordered the hacking of murder victim Milly Dowler's mobile phone - despite her denials.
The Financial Times explains why the growing storm is so politically explosive - calling on Rupert Murdoch to take responsibility.
The LA Times reminds its readers that even if Dominique Strauss-Kahn's accuser has lied in the past - that doesn't make her any less a rape victim.
And The Guardian says winemakers are lying on their bottles - underestimating the percentage of alcohol in their products.