In Monday's papers, we look at the politics behind the Western intervention in Libya, an Egyptian blogger's hunger strike, whether "Occupy Wall Street" could be the seed of a movement for better democracy, and the media coverage surrounding the Amanda Knox case.
The Guardian says they've got exclusive information that David Cameron persuaded France to start bombing in Libya - while the Wall Street Journal looks at one man's attempt to build a synagogue in Tripoli.
Arab paper Ahram profiles the case of an Egyptian blogger on a 41-day hunger strike - to protest against a three-year sentence for insulting the military government.
The Huffington Post asks if "Occupy Wall Street" could hold the seeds of a truly radical political movement.
And La Repubblica asks if any juror can be neutral in the Meredith Kercher case - after so much partisan media attention.