Justin's Whirled Headlines Issue #80
JULY 24, 2001

2001, Justin Thorne




Negotiators resolve all but one issue on Kyoto global warming pact: WHAT TO DO ABOUT GEORGE BUSH
 

IT SHOULDN'T EXACTLY BE FRONT PAGE NEWS WHEN A Mexican cop IS accused of corruption
 

IN WHAT MUST BE THE FIRST INSTANCE OF THE CIA ACTUALLY BEING INVITED INTO A COUNTRY WITH OPEN ARMS, Israel weighs CIA monitors to oversee truce
 

Italian, Canadian embassies attacked in London AFTER RELEASE OF 'CANITALIA BRAND MAPLE-FLAVORED SPAGHETTI TREATS' INCENSES PURISTS
 

Concerns grow AMONG BEARS AND ELK after tiny mountain resort tabbed for next year's G-8 summit
 

China to launch third unmanned spacecraft soon IN HOPES OF FINDING THE OTHER TWO
 

S. Korea warns of suspension of exchange ties with Japan, WHICH IS EXCELLENT TIMING IN LIGHT OF THE UPCOMING 2002 WORLD CUP HOSTED BY THE TWO 'FRIENDLY NEIGHBORS'
 

New prosecutor named in Microsoft case, AS BILL GATES SEARCHES FOR HIS FAVORITE BRIBE CHECK SIGNATURE PEN
 

Israel says suicide bomber killed before attack, SEVERELY STRETCHING THE DEFINITION OF 'SUICIDE'
 

Catholic parents BEING turned back from school gates in Belfast IS A RELIABLE INDICATION OF JUST HOW WELL THE PEACE PROCESS IS GOING
 

Iraq builds new war technology: CATAPULTING 'VOLUNTEER' KURDS AT PASSING ALLIED
WARPLANES

Powell: No blanket amnesty for illegal Mexicans, IN LIGHT OF STUDY SHOWING BUSH WILL
STILL FAIL TO WIN RE-ELECTION WITH 80% OF THEIR VOTE
 

EgyptIAN PROSECUTOR tries TEMPTING 52 men suspected of being gay WITH CAREFULLY CHOREOGRAPHED COURTROOM SEDUCTION, ENDS UP BEING CHARGED HIMSELF
 

IN TRUE EXAMPLE OF Indonesian DEMOCRACY AT WORK, police to support Megawati presidency
 

IN SEARCH OF LAST REMAINING FAN BASE, Michael Jackson SET to rock Dubai