HEADLINES FROM THE WORLD PRESS

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

South Africa, Argus: “Guilty of 125 Counts Of Fraud”
A member of Goldman Sachs.

Denmark, Copenhagen Post: “Police Seek To Deport Beggar”
The move beggars the question of human decency.

Australia, Brisbane Times: “I Never Misled Taxpayers”
I openly lied to them.

Sweden, The Local: “Anti-Psychotic Drug”
To become psychotic or to get over being it is the question?

Kuwait Times: “Cleaning Company Wants Compensation”
We moved the dirt as promised from the living room to the bedroom.

UAE, Khaleej Times: “Blood Money Must Be Paid”
From my heart or from my legs?

New Zealand, New Zealand Herald: “I Have Nothing To Hide-Goldman Sachs”
We were always open about ripping off people.

USA, Army Times: “Army Needs More Chiropractors”
Some armies move on stomachs, other on their feet.

Australia, Sydney Morning Herald: “iPhone Found In Bar”
Talking to itself I assume,

Denmark, Copenhagen Post: “Drunk Driving Test”
No one drives on our highways unless they are drunk.

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