In today's international papers: Netanyahu defends settlement building, Tunisia eight months after the revolution, and Italian lawyers accuse Amanda Knox of witchcraft.
Benjamin Netanyahu gives an exclusive interview to the Jerusalem Post - saying the Palestinians are "imposing pre-conditions" by asking for a settlement freeze.
The Independent goes back to Tunisia - and finds that eight months on, revolution has turned sour in the birthplace of the Arab spring.
The Huffington Post asks who is really on trial - Conrad Murray or Michael Jackson?
And the Guardian looks at Italian lawyers calling Amanda Knox "an enchanting witch motivated by lust", asking how these arguments ended up in a modern courtroom.