Spoof news stories from Monday 8 November 2004
Paris - Palestinian leaders retracted statements made over the weekend that their embattled leader, Yasser Arafat, had passed away.
WASHINGTON - The new Washington, D.C. gaming website, WhiteHouseWarGames.gov, today announced the release of their first software war adventure, Fallujahstein, a multi-player online action shoot-'em-up game, and the first of many ti...
Anxious to get his anti-war show rolling, President George Bush has declared the tiny West African State of Togo as the newest member of the axis of evil that includes among others Iran, North Korea, Germany, France and the State of Massachusetts.
England's Prime Minister Tony Blair is hoping his trip to America will see some of President George W Bush's glittering election stardust falling on to him.
Falluja Rotary Club is furious over the imposition of emergency rule which has effectively scuppered its annual New Year dance.
"Wings" added to prohibited items list, citing sharp edges...
Award winning filmmaker Michael Moore has reportedly condensed into a moderately sized black hole while eating at the Tremendous Taco Restaurant just outside of Little Rock, Arkansas.