As if we didn't already know, even after ten years of denial by the foreign office, a top-secret leak confirms that Britain has always been a fully signed up member of the torture club.
The shaving foam protester who "pied" Murdoch was jailed for disrupting parliament, which, said the judge, "conducts itself with dignity and in a civilised fashion". Even when it votes for illegal wars?
David Cameron was a leader under domestic pressure and craving a foreign policy coup. At a time when the war in Afghanistan was wretched, Libya seemed a quick win.
How are things going in Libya and Afghanistan? Staring humiliation in the face, government ministers and Conservative MPs can't even agree among themselves, but too late to stop the killing now.
When iPhone company Apple has more in the bank than the US federal government, the question is, how does Obama pay for his war in Afghanistan, costing $2bn a week, the occupation of Iraq, the drone warfare in Pakistan and the new war in Libya?
Foreign governments are rushing to recognise the mysterious self-appointed group in Benghazi as leaders of Libya in the hope of commercial concessions and a carve-up of the oilfields, says Patrick Cockburn.
Since it's politically and legally difficult to torture like we used to, there is less reason to seek to capture rather than kill, says Obama advisor defending drone attacks. + Jemima Khan video on drone warfare
The Iraq Inquiry will confirm that Tony Blair lied to his cabinet, parliament and the people of Britain, says the Mail. So, guilty of war crimes then. What happens next?
Stopping the bombing in Libya is as important as withdrawing the troops from Afghanistan, ending the occupation of Iraq, and bringing to a close the "war on terror" waged by the US and its allies for the past ten years.
The rosy picture of "progress" in Afghanistan is shot to hell, as the narrow group of criminal entrepreneurs the US has relied on in Afghanistan, are picked off by the Taliban.