Tuesday's papers contain more embarrassing reading for British officials - with revelations they sent terrorism suspects to Gaddafi's prisons. Also, who profited from the fear that followed 9/11, and why what you tweet could get you jailed in Mexico.
The Telegraph looks at the case of Abdel Hakim Belhadj - who wants to sue the British government, saying they handed him over to be tortured in a Tripoli prison.
The Guardian takes a look at how private security companies profited from 9/11.
On the day of a general strike in Italy, La Repubblica pulls no punches - saying no-one is behind the wheel and Italy is set to career off an economic cliff.
And in Mexico's La Jornada - an appeal to free the Twitter two, jailed for 'terrorist acts' - tweeting about kidnappings.