HEADLINES FROM THE WORLD PRESS

Each week we offer a review of headlines that appeared in the world press along with our own comments.

Bahrain, Gulf Times: “Solutions For Traffic Accidents”
Ban cars.

Kazakhstan, Gazeta.kz: “Wolf Hunting Exciting”
Not particularly for the wolf.

Swaziland, Swaziland Observer: “Arrested, Detained, Not Questioned”
The law in Putin’s Russia.

Japan, Japan Times: “The Year Of The Ox”
I hope we don’t get gored on this one.

China, Shanghai Daily: “Man Held For Running Gay Sex Service”
Would you prefer if he ran an ungay sex service?

South Africa, Mail & Guardian: “Eartha Kitt Bows Out”
But, she always bowed into our hearts with her dynamic sensual singing.

Turkey, Sabah: “Foreigner Denies Donating Blood”
Mr. Don Dracula does not give, he receives blood.

Australia, The Age: “Rubbish Bin Dispute”
Enough of this trash talk.

India, Times Of India: “Resort Owner’s Son Robs Tourists”
It is either rob them now or later.

Yemen, Yemen Times: “Mobile Phone Thieves”
At least they could leave a forwarding number.

Sweden, The Local: “Landlord Helps Homeless”
That’s nice of him to help people become homeless.

Australia, Canberra Times: “Strip Club Hits Bottom”
We assume they will now bare all.

Czech Republic, Prague Post: “Braving The Storm”
America in 2008.