HEADLINES FROM THE WORLD PRESS

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

UK, The Independent: “Head Shaved For Dialing Wrong Number”
What happens if you answer the wrong number?

Malaysia, New Straits Times: “Tomb Raider Should Be Punished”
Entombed?

Thailand, Bangkok Post; “Plans And Denials”
Sounds like the Bush administration explaining their actions.

Singapore, Straits Times: “New Mantra For Teachers”
Students who want to learn, students who want to learn.

Nepal, Himalayan Times: “Dead Daughter Found Alive”
How did they know she was alive?

UK, Guardian: “Model Posed Nude At Museum”
Her name was Venus de Milo.

South Africa, Mail & Guardian: “Operation Smile”
Could we get Tea Party ranters to join this campaign?

Turkey, Zaman: “”Big Mac Costs Turks 48 Minutes Of Labor”
I suspect getting rid of the weight costs a lot more.

India, Hindustan Times: “Big Fish Must Not Escape Unpunished”
Toss him to the sharks, I say.

Netherlands, Dutch News: “Smoking At School Out Of Fashion”
So, what’s in fashion– a bit of sex?

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