World Weekly...

Weekly Headlines From across the world. 

Brazil
Brazilians protest as Government spends Billions on the 2014 world cup leaving their needs unmet, like no improvement in public services. Brazilians across the world have voiced their to protestors and anger at the government.

A protester holds a banner that reads 'No violence Brazil, peace and love' in front of a burning Sao Paulo building
Firefighters tackle a burning car in Sao Paulo
Firefighters tackle a burning car in Sao Paulo
Brazilians across the world have voiced their support for the protesters and anger at the government


China
Fans injured as Beckham, China's football ambassador... arrives at Shanghai University
David Beckham's visit had to be cancelled after students caused a crush. The star struggled to return to his car due to the number of people
Students and youngsters were crushed against the gates as the numbers increased

One fan takes to the trees to avoid being crushed in the throng as he takes photographs
A David Beckham fan rushes to the aid of an injured police officer tiday after the stampede
Officials at Tongji University said on its website at least two police officers, two security guards and one student were injured in the frenzy


Sweden
Tallest Wooden Skyscraper to be built in sweden 
The 34 storey skyscraper to be build entirely of wood, architects of the building promise it will be more sustainable than concrete and steel 
Architectural firms C.F. Møller and Dinell Johansson and consultant Tyréns propose to build the world's tallest wooden skyscraper in Stockholm, Sweden
Solar panels will power the building, and each apartment will come with a glass-covered verandah

Volvo Creates Car that Parks itself with the touch of a button
Swedish car manufacturer Volvo has produced new technology that enables a car to find a parking space and park itself - without the driver even being in the car, the new technology is activated on a smartphone app. With the touch of a button the car parks itself
At the click of button: The new technology is activated using a smart phone app. The driver gets out of the car and instructs the car to park

Easy: Instead of having to squeeze their car between two other vehicles, drivers can relax and let the built in autonomous driver do all the hard work
It even uses sensors to detect pedestrians and stops in presence of people

Safe: The new technology uses sensors so that it is able to see when pedestrians are walking in its vicinity and stops to let them walk by


India 
Indian court introduces new law, any unmarried couple who have sex are officially married and would need a divorce to break up. 
When two people of legal age, 18 for a woman and 21 for a man, ‘indulge in sexual gratification’ this should be seen as a 'an act of total commitment' and marriage by law, a judge at Madras High Court said
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The ruling came in a case of spousal maintenance at Madras High Court in India where a man was ruled to pay his former 'wife' as their children was proof of them living as a married couple [TheHindu]


House of law: The ruling came in a case of spousal maintenance at Madras High Court in India where a man was ruled to pay his former 'wife' as their children was proof of them living as a married couple