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by Anonymous on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

Scientology was convicted of organized fraud in France, in a ruling issued on Tuesday by a court in Paris. According to French law the Scientology organization is regarded as a sect in the country, and not a religion. The organization is heavily monitored by the government of Germany, and has been prosecuted in multiple other countries as well.

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Contributor on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Ed Note: the following is a press release issue by Alex Atamanenko (pictured left).

by Anonymous on Thursday Oct 22 2009

Falcon Heene, a six-year-old boy from Fort Collins in the U.S. state of Colorado, has been found safe and unharmed after earlier reports said he boarded an experimental balloon the family was building and then floated away. The Larimer County sheriff announced during a press conference at 6:11 p.m. that Heene was found hiding inside a box in the family's attic above the garage.

by Anonymous on Tuesday Oct 13 2009

 A Chinese court has handed down death sentences to six men for their involvement in a riot in the far northwestern region of Xinjiang, in the first cases directly related to the deadly July riots in Xinjiang. Violence sparked by the rioting left nearly 200 people dead and more than 1,600 others injured. The six men had been charged for murder and other crimes.

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