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Scientologists came to LOOT, not to "help"

L. Ron Hubbard, who made up Scientology, wrote "Casualty Contact" that instructed Scientologists to read the papers and upon noting accidents to visit the hospital and try to use religion as a shield to get inside and proselytize to the victim.

I'ts one of the scummiest Hubbard hcopls there is.

Here it is.

Coal mine blast killed 65 miners and 18 missing

By Mendaka Abeysekera-Reporting from Beijing

An another massive coal
mine blast in Chine, killed 65 miners and 18 are still
missing, in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Privaate company undertakes to end Plastic Waste menace

By Q Perera - Our Businesss Corresspondent

In Sri Lanka, garbage disposal has become a major environmental hazard. Plastic waste also contributes to this hazardous situation.

London Calling

By Am Johal

Only a few years ago as the Hutton Inquiry raged on in
London in the humid summer months of 2003, the case of the suicide of
their chief weapons inspector David Kelley was put
under intense public scrutiny. The "sexed up" dossier
had 10 Downing Street's hands all over it. Tony
Blair's chief spin doctor Alastair Campbell eventually
walked the plank when he became part of the story.
The BBC was also found to have exercised shoddy
journalism in the affair.

China and US failed to reach an agreement on their

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

China and the United
States failed to reach an agreement on Monday on their textile
row at the annual Joint Committee on Commerce and
Trade(JCCT) in Beijing.

Chandrika ("Eva Peron of Sri Lanka") Loves Power - Sunethra Bandaranaike

H. L. D. Mahindapala - Reporting from Melbourne.

On Tuesday night in a TV interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation President Chandrika Kumaratunga denied she was after power. She said: “Power gives me the authority to do what I think should do to the country.”

Some Thoughts on Amirthalingham

Dr. Subramanian Swamy

I first met Mr. Amrithalingham in Jamaica in 1977. He and I were there to attend the Commonwealth Parliament Association annual conference. I was part of the Indian delegation selected by the Janata Party Government which had then come to power. Knowing that I was a part of the largest group within the Janata--the merged Jana Sangh-- and already perceived as a close confidant of the Prime Minister Morarji Desai, Amrithalingham suggested we meet and discuss the Janata Government's attitude to the Sri Lanka situation.

One of four Arab escapees recaptured in Afghanistan

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Reporting from Islamabad

An Afghan commander Tuesday claimed they have recaptured one of the four Arab escapees who broke out of the main US base at Bagram, some 35 kilometers north of Kabul.

An Appeal to Appoint a Presidential Inquiry Commission Into the Killing of A.Amirthalingham

- Asian Tribune Editorial Board -

Today is the sixteenth death anniversary of Appapillai Amirthalingam. He was killed by cold-blooded gunmen of the LTTE who got into his house in Colombo the pretext of being friendly visitors. Up to now the government has not launched an inquiry into his deathPost Your Opinion

New Worries As Britain Recovers From London Bombings

Neville de Silva- Diplomatic Editor, Asian Tribune.

Less than a week after simultaneous bombings rocked London killing at least 60, Britons woke to an even greater worry. Suicide bombers are in their midst.

Upto 300 feared dead in Pakistan train crash

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Reporting from Islamabad

up to 300 people are feared dead after three passenger trains collided in southern Pakistan early Wednesday, a police officials said.

New Worries As Britain Recovers From London Bombings

Neville de Silva- Diplomatic Editor, Asian Tribune.

Less than a week after simultaneous bombings rocked London killing at least 60, Britons woke to an even greater worry. Suicide bombers are in their midst.

An Appeal to Appoint a Presidential Inquiry Commission.....

[b]An Appeal to Appoint a Presidential Inquiry Commission Into the Killing of A.Amirthalingham[/b]

- Asian Tribune Editorial Board -

Today is the sixteenth death anniversary of Appapillai Amirthalingam. He was killed by cold-blooded gunmen of the LTTE who got into his house in Colombo the pretext of being friendly visitors.

Coal mine blast killed 65 miners and 18 missing

By Mendaka Abeysekera-Reporting from Beijing

An another massive coal
mine blast in Chine, killed 65 miners and 18 are still
missing, in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Privaate company undertakes to end Plastic Waste menace

By Q Perera - Our Businesss Corresspondent

In Sri Lanka, garbage disposal has become a major environmental hazard. Plastic waste also contributes to this hazardous situation.

London Calling

By Am Johal

Only a few years ago as the Hutton Inquiry raged on in
London in the humid summer months of 2003, the case of the suicide of
their chief weapons inspector David Kelley was put
under intense public scrutiny. The "sexed up" dossier
had 10 Downing Street's hands all over it. Tony
Blair's chief spin doctor Alastair Campbell eventually
walked the plank when he became part of the story.
The BBC was also found to have exercised shoddy
journalism in the affair.

China and US failed to reach an agreement on their

By Mendaka Abeysekera - Reporting from Beijing

China and the United
States failed to reach an agreement on Monday on their textile
row at the annual Joint Committee on Commerce and
Trade(JCCT) in Beijing.

Chandrika ("Eva Peron of Sri Lanka") Loves Power - Sunethra Bandaranaike

H. L. D. Mahindapala - Reporting from Melbourne.

On Tuesday night in a TV interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation President Chandrika Kumaratunga denied she was after power. She said: “Power gives me the authority to do what I think should do to the country.”

Some Thoughts on Amirthalingham

Dr. Subramanian Swamy

I first met Mr. Amrithalingham in Jamaica in 1977. He and I were there to attend the Commonwealth Parliament Association annual conference. I was part of the Indian delegation selected by the Janata Party Government which had then come to power. Knowing that I was a part of the largest group within the Janata--the merged Jana Sangh-- and already perceived as a close confidant of the Prime Minister Morarji Desai, Amrithalingham suggested we meet and discuss the Janata Government's attitude to the Sri Lanka situation.

One of four Arab escapees recaptured in Afghanistan

By Iqbal Hussain Khan Yousafzai – Reporting from Islamabad

An Afghan commander Tuesday claimed they have recaptured one of the four Arab escapees who broke out of the main US base at Bagram, some 35 kilometers north of Kabul.


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