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October 14, 2001

Is Iraq behind Anthrax scare?
Observer | Submitted by: Soylent
Iraq is the leading suspect behind the recent Florida anthrax poisonings. The technology to create airborne anthrax requires centrifuges and generally costs millions of dollars, not something possible in Aghanistan. "This is prima facie evidence of the involvement of a state intelligence agency" according to their CIA source. And that points fingers at Iraq.

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Largest Bioterrorist attack in U.S. was Oregon 1984
Bend Bulletin | Submitted by: Soylent
"In a bizarre plot to take over local government, followers of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh poisoned salad bars in 10 restaurants in The Dalles in 1984, sickening 751 people with salmonella bacteria. Forty-five of whom were hospitalized. It is still the largest germ warfare attack in U.S. history."

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Grave Robbers face Sacrifice as fine
Straits Times | Submitted by: Soylent
Grave robbers stealing artifacts and human remains from tombs of the Ba Na culture in Vietnam will now be fined with animal sacrifices -- pig, buffalo, or cow.

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Spycam Found in Cambridge Toilet
BBC | Submitted by: Sketchcow
Covering the potty beat: "This is a very serious matter, members of staff have been informed and the services of the university's staff counsellor are available to anyone who wishes to consult her."

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