Each day we offer a summary of headlines that appeared in the world press along with our comments.
South Africa, Argus: “Not Trying To Control Media”
All I want is for the media to speak the truth as I define the truth.
Denmark, Copenhagen Post: “Solution To German Can Problem”
Nicht can do.
Australia, Brisbane Times: “Girl Defends Naked Photo Shots”
I support the principle of baring the truth.
Sweden, The Local: “Bear Frightens Boy Peeing”
Piss on stories like this.
Turkey, Hurriyet: “Exam Results Miscalculated”
Has anyone considered giving exams to those who correct exams?
Russia, Moscow Times: “Putin’s Priorities”
Putin, Putin, Putin, Putin, Putin….
Ireland, Independent: “Pope’s Visit Includes Nap Breaks”
Being Pope is a tiresome task.
Finland, Sanomat: “Teachers Support Strike, 150%”
I think they could use a course in math.
China, China Daily: “Suspect In Car Theft Has Alibi”
And, he is sitting on that alibi.
Kuwait, Kuwait Times: “Infidelity Causes 10% Of Divorces”
The question is whether the infidel person or the person subject to infidelity wants a divorce.
Australia, Canberra Times: “Abbot Answers Tough Questions”