HEADLINES FROM THE WORLD PRESS

Each day we offer a sample of headlines that appeared in the world press along with our comments.

UK, Guardian: “College Expels Student Wearing Mini-Skirt”
It is the right of college professors to have young attractive students in mini-skirts.

Sweden, The Local: “Government Official Held For Drug Offense”
I assume he headed the drug enforcement agency.

Canada, Toronto Star: “Anger Over Highway 407″
As Highway 408, I take offense to all this concern for Highway 407.

South Africa, Argus: “Fatwa Against Desert Rose”
Given that her name is Rose Goldberg, one can understand.

Denmark, Copenhagen Post: “Danes Top Of Pots”
At least we know which country is the happiest.

Qatar, Gulf Times: “Ruler To Critic-Shut Up”
I bet Obama would like to say that to certain members of Congress.

UK, The Independent: “10 New Power Stations Named”
They are Joe, Sarah, Melanie, etc…

Australia, Sydney Morning Herald: “City Dogs Have More Bite Than Rural”
They have more people to practice on.

Uganda, Daily Monitor: “University Professors Withhold Grades”
Behave yourself or else.