HEADLINES FROM THE WORLD PRESS

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

Pakistan, Daily Times: “Ban On Hydrants”
There are reports terrorists have seized control of water hydrants, what else can be done?

Singapore, Straits Times: “Gorilla King Dies”
Does this mean, no more King Kong films?

Turkey, Hurriyet: “Colonel- Man I Killed Died Of Heart Attack”
I’m confused, is the colonel able to induce heart attacks?

South Korea, South Korea Herald: “Elephant Under Investigation For Throwing Rocks”
Well, the humans began it, what else could we do!

Israel, Jerusalem Post: “New York City Raids Target Apartments”
It’s the apartments which are terrorist, not those living in them.

Hungary, Budapest Sun: “Hungary-Slovakia Agree On Arbitration Over Language Dispute”
It is reported the compromise agreement will make Yiddish the language for both nations.

Russia, St. Petersburg Times: “Medvedev -Lower Beer Can Size”
I believe this results in more swallows, not less beer.

Germany, The Local: “Send Money To Germany”
How about some gift packages for starving corporate executives?

Israel, Haaretz: “Can Mass Adult Circumcision Prevent AIDS?”
I think this is one story that cuts to the real issue.

Australia, Sydney Morning Herald: “Rat Virus Can Kill Humans”
I know some American rats who killed over 4,000 human Americans.

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