How US firms turned CIA torture flights into profits
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In Thursday's pick of the international papers, the full details of where the CIA flew suspects for extraordinary rendition and who was on those planes, along with a rare report inside Syria, and a raging feud between Fox News and gossip website Gawker.
The Guardian has got its hands on detailed flight logs for the CIA's extraordinary rendition flights - which terrorist suspects they flew, where they were held and who made money from them.
The New York Times' Anthony Shadid reports from within the Syrian protest movement - on how they're mangign to resist the government crackdown.
And US gossip website Gawker continues its feud with Fox News - by revealing their most popular presenter Bill O'Reilly tried to use his influence to launch a police inquiry into his wife's lover.