Issue #39
APRIL 6, 2000

2000, Justin Thorne




IMF enacts tougher auditing standards for loans SUCH AS ABILITY FOR RECIPIENTS TO REPAY THEM

Haider says EU, not Austria, must change TO UNIVERSALLY EMBRACE HATRED AND DISTRUST

Cohen says U.S. will sell missiles to Egypt; no change in policies on Libya, Iraq TO SELL MISSILES TO THEM IN SECRET

Artist's proposal TO DEPICT NATION WITH PENCHANT FOR ROLLING OVER ITS NEIGHBORS provokes debate on what it means to be German

AMERICA LIKELY TO BE BLAMED FOR REQUIREMENT FOR Air France pilots to speak English on final approach to de Gaulle

Russian crew blasts off for aging Mir space station ON A DARE

IN THE OPEN, FREE SOCIETY PRESERVED BY THE SACRIFICES OF WWII, Professor fired for publishing book doubting extent of Holocaust

Slaying of popular Mexican television host turns into television blockbuster, PUBLIC RALLIES FOR MORE KILLING

WHEN MONEY AND WEAPONS MIX, Signs of room for maneuvering between U.S., Libya BECOME VISIBLE

IN DEMONSTRATION OF HOW EFFECTIVE GIVING MOST FAVORED NATION STATUS TO CHINA IS IN BRINGING ABOUT HUMAN RIGHTS IMPROVEMENTS, China reportedly commits Falun Gong instructor, force-feeds her drugs

Taliban destroy fields of heroin-producing poppies, OR AT LEAST THAT'S THE STORY THEY'RE STICKING TO

In Greece, German president grieves at Nazi massacre site, CYNICAL GREEKS WONDER WHO HE'S CRYING FOR

British passengers fined for being drunk and lewd on flight, A PRECEDENT WHICH COULD PUT A LOT MORE BRITISH PASSENGERS AT RISK

French PM vows to beat unemployment BY SEEKING ANOTHER TERM FOR HIMSELF AND INCREASING HIS SALARY

Libya works to put its mark on African continent KHADAFI LEISURE SUITS