Justin's Whirled Headlines Issue #57
OCTOBER 10, 2000

2000, Justin Thorne




China plans lunar landing, Mars expedition WITH DISSIDENT 'TEST PILOTS'

Palestinians blame BOOTLEG COPIES OF 1980'S U.S. TV SERIES 'MIAMI VICE' for continued violence

Sweden issues arrest warrant for diver, TV producer IN SHARK PORN SHOCKER

Prosecutor assassinated in Spain, AND TO SAVE THE READER TIME, YES IT HAD TO DO WITH THE ETA BASQUE SEPARATISTS

Yugoslavia and Europe begin reconciliation WITH RENEWED PROMISES OF ARMS SHIPMENTS

World's first John Lennon museum set to open in Japan, EXPECTS GIFT SHOP CELEBRATING THE NOTED ANTI-MATERIALIST TO POST T-SHIRT, POSTER AND KEY CHAIN SALES IN EXCESS OF 100,000 DOLLARS THE FIRST WEEKEND

Tunisia praised for supporting THE FAIRLYLAND CONCEPT OF Middle East peace

Zimbabwe's Mugabe outlaws private radio stations UNTIL HE CAN DETERMINE WHO HAS THE RIGHT TO TAKE THEM OVER

IN EVENTS SURE TO MAKE RESIDENTS OF RIO DE JANEIRO FEEL VERY SECURE, Suspicion of corruption has nearly all of city's police officers in jail

Japanese fish mongers offer up whale meat as CASH CROP food, cultural symbol OF JAPAN'S DISREGARD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT AND FLASH POINT FOR PHONY NATIONALISM

Myanmar general says no risk of popular uprising EXISTS AS LONG AS HE HAS A SUFFICIENT SUPPLY OF AMMUNITION

Pentagon can't find Deutch disks, BUT IT IS RUMORED THAT THEY COST $500 EACH IN THE PROCUREMENT BUDGET

Fiji interim leader outlines PROTRACTED schedule for return to constitutional rule

Falun Gong members arrested after accusing Chinese leaderS OF BEING 'HEAVY HANDED'

Milosevic son's whereabouts unknown, BUT YOU COULD SAY HIS DAYS OF TRADING IN ON HIS FATHER'S NAME ARE OVER