HEADLINES FROM THE WORLD PRESS

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

New Zealand, New Zealand Herald: “Fugitive Found In Cupboard”
At least there is someone to hand you the sugar,

China, China Daily: “New Housing Rules Increase Divorce”
Laws that prevent married couples from living together for a year are bound to up divorce!

Pakistan, Daily Times: “What’s Left Of Left”
The right ideas?

Saudi Arabia, Saudi Gazette: “Why Do We Yawn”
Try listening to a Sarah Palin speech!

Canada, Toronto Star: “Drop Off For Unwanted Babies”
Do you have a drop off for unwanted Republican congressmen?

Kenya, Standard: “Dead Voters Show Up At Poll”
At least in Chicago they didn’t ask dead people to get out of coffins to vote, they voted for them.

Singapore, Straits Times: “Taliban Claims NYC Bomb”
“NYC Bomb Not Taliban”
Whew! At least we cleared up that confusion.

India, Times of India: “I’m Not A Man”
I’m John McCain, I used to be a man when I resisted torture in Vietnam, today, I’ll say anything to get votes.

Greece, Kathimerini: ‘Intelligence Leaks Probed”
Well, we don’t have to worry about intelligence leaks in Afghanistan, they sure don’t have intelligence people running the show.

Japan, Japan Times: “Everything Not As It Seems”
The story of Goldman Sachs.

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