RT: "As Syria intensifies the crackdown on the uprising, it is met with worldwide condemnation, and the EU imposes more sanctions on Damascus. But intervention and economic sanctions are not likely to do Syria any good, says Professor Joshua Landis."
Pravda: "What is it with the USA and terrorists? They created the Taleban, they sided with the KLA, now they are siding with Al-Qaeda in Libya. Back to the KLA, Albanian thugs are starting a terrorist campaign occasioning serious human rights abuses in Serbia ."
Pravda: "There is no doubt that in the massive wave of popular outrage against NATO's support for terrorists in Libya, a spontaneous international movement of decent people from all walks of life from the four corners of the Earth, the people of Serbia have opened their hearts speaking out in the name of justice. It is time for us to do the same for Serbia."
THE INDEPENDENT: "Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is prepared to base talks for a Palestinian state on the 1967 truce lines in what appears to be a major policy retreat, an Israeli television channel has claimed."
Telegraph: "Once the scion of an autocratic ruler who looked to inherit Egypt's presidency, Gamal Mubarak will share a cage with his brother Alaa as they go on trial on Wednesday along with ex-president Hosni Mubarak himself."