Justin's Whirled Headlines Issue #60
NOVEMBER 1, 2000

2000, Justin Thorne




Singapore Airlines flight from Australia makes unscheduled landing IN PACIFIC OCEAN

Iran fights back against U.S. terrorism law BY ORDERING ALL TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS TO REINCORPORATE UNDER IRANIAN LAW AS 'UNBRIDLED VIOLENCE UNITS'

China's census takers go to work TO PROVIDE NEW SOURCES OF DISINFORMATION FOR THE CHINESE REGIME

Israelis draw up battle plan after soldiers die, WHICH SOUNDS LIKE THE WRONG ORDER TO MOST ANALYSTS

Mexicans mark Day of the Dead WITH GUN PLAY IN THE STREETS

Indonesian president claims THE U.S. supportS HIS GOVERNMENT'S POOR HANDLING OF THREATS TO THE SAFETY OF AMERICAN CITIZENS

Clinton declares NJ disaster area, CONFIRMING WHAT MANY ALREADY KNEW

U.N. panel: Dealers buying illegal diamonds from Angolan rebels DO NOT SEEM TO HAVE ANY MORAL TREPIDATIONS ABOUT IT WHATSOEVER

Africa lagging in Internet use, study suggests PROPERLY FEEDING THE CONTINENT MIGHT GIVE POTENTIAL SURFERS THE NUTRIENTS THEY NEED

Colombia vote rejects government, armed groups IN FAVOR OF ANARCHY AND RECORD DRUG SALES

Stunned by rural poverty RIVALING THAT OF HIS OWN COUNTRY, Castro urges Venezuelans to back Chavez

Yoko Ono's first U.S. retrospective opens in New York TO LINGERING SENSE THAT SHE IS ONE ODD LADY

Haiti may postpone presidential vote TO ALLOW MORE TIME FOR BALLOT RIGGING

Former member of Pinochet's secret police admits two political assassinations WERE SCHEDULED PER NIGHT SO THAT PINOCHET COULD ALWAYS WAKE UP TO 'GOOD NEWS'

WITH NO APPARENT SENSE OF IRONY, Sri Lanka air force destroys rebel camp, AND president calls for calm