HEADLINES OF THE WEEK
Swaziland, Swaziland Times: “Chief Bans Women Pants”
He really skirted this problem.
Kuwait, Kuwait Times: “Beheading Of Syrians Not Political”
When it comes to beheading, Saudi Arabia is an equal opportunity beheader.
Sweden, The Local: “Swedes Enjoy Jesus in Guantanamo”
But, did Jesus enjoy Guantanamo, that’s the question.
China, Shanghai Daily: “Metro’s Lavatory Larceny”
Them Tibetans will stop at nothing to smear dirt on the name of China.
Australia, Brisbane Times: “Lockyear Captains Kangeroos”
I think he will give this team a good bounce in the ratings.
China, Shanghai Daily: “Severe Burn Victim Relocated”
He is being sent to Broken Bone, Texas.
Germany, Der Spiegel: “Exclusive Beijing Penis Restaurant”
The waitresses blow you away with quick service.
Sweden, The Local: “Tempest In A Shot Glass”
Much ado about nothing if you ask me.
Norway, Aftenposten: “Oslo Offers Best Price For Sex”
But, does it offer quality?
Kuwait, Kuwait Times: “Plastic Surgeons Meet In Kuwait”
But, do surgeons who arrive match surgeons who leave?
Bahrain, Gulf Times: “Suicide Father Left 12 Page Letter”
He ran out of ink and had to end the letter.
Denmark, Copenhagen Post: “Muslims Fight For Pigs’ Rights”
I guess they want to bac on Jewish support for their effort.
Mongolia, Mongolia Messenger: “Secret History of the Mongols
It’s so secret no one can find it.
Australia, Sydney Morning Herald: “Degree Factories Pump Out Diplomas”
But, do they pump out students who can think?