HEADLINES FROM THE WORLD PRESS

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

Russia, Moscow Times: “City Adopts A Rare Way To Count Ballots”
If this is Tehran, the answer to the question is simple– honestly!

Australia, The Age: “Evicted From Cave Without Fire Exit”
I have a Ph.D. I thought the definition of a cave is a place with an entrance and exit?

South Africa, Mail & Guardian: “Who Is That Masked Raider?”
The Lone Ranger?

Sweden, The Local: “Dump Toilets To Save Money”
This is one smelly solution to deal with human waste.

Denmark, Copenhagen Post: “Cops Caught In Sexual Misconduct”
So, what’s the problem?

Norway, Norway Post: “Many Jobs In North Sea”
And, they pay in fish, not money!

Israel, Harretz: “Israel Will Take Advice, Not Orders”
When Israel gives advice to Arabs, it is not exactly advice, more like an order, I think.

Turkey, Hurriyet: “World Bank Sees Future In A Dump”
I think they already are in a dump.

Australia, Sydney Morning Herald: “Missing Out On Easy Money”
That’s any American who is not a banker.

Kuwait, Kuwait Times: “Jordanian Poet Convicted Over Quranic Verses”
Do I go to jail for printing what he wrote about love and the Koran?