HEADLINES FROM THE WORLD PRESS

Each day we offer headlines that appeared in the world press along with our comments:

Norway, Norway Post: “Majority In Favor Of High Speed Trains”
The minority will have to use low speed trains.

Finland, Sanomat: “Award For Dead Journalist”
He is expected to present a deadening speech of acceptance.

UK, Guardian: “Reasons To Be Cheerful”
George Bush is not president, George Bush is not president, George Bush is not president…

UK, The Independent: “Graham Allen –Brown Must Go”
” Lynde Watho –Brown Must Stay”
On the other hand, ….

South Africa, Argus: “Confessed Murderer Says He Is Sorry”
OK, since he says he is sorry, just let the man go home.

Denmark, Copenhagen Post: “Dalai Lama Urges Journalists To Visit Tibet”
Then, they can tell him what is happening in the country.

Czech Republic, Prague Daily Monitor: “Cardinal –Don’t Vote For Unreliable Politicians”
Does this mean I can vote for a reliable politician who is always for abortion rights?

Saudi Arabia, Saudi Gazette: “Tough Times For Illegal Immigrants”
They will have to offer illegal prayers.

Sweden, The Local: “Church Allows Senile Man’s Marriage To Stand”
Isn’t getting married, by definition, a statement of being senile?

Australia, West Australian: “Inflatable Breasts Found”
Where on a woman or man?

Yemen, Yemen Times: “Fear Of Failure”
The daily thoughts of the Obama Cabinet.”

Australia, Sydney Morning Herald: “Giants Face Bankruptcy”
They’ll be reduced to a midget.