In Wednesday's round-up of the world's press: at least one of Rupert Murdoch's newspapers isn't feeling apologetic, the phone hacking scandal gets ever nearer to Prime Minister David Cameron. And demonstrators take to the streets again in Egypt.
The Sun defends its publication of Gordon Brown's children's health records - they say he agreed to it.
The New York Times says the phone hacking scandal is getting too close to David Cameron for comfort.
The International Herald Tribune takes a look at the protesters who are back on the streets of Cairo.
And the Guardian meets a Royal Academy curator - who spotted a £120 million Leonardo da Vinci on sale for £45.