P117 ORACLE 117 Tue22 Nov ITV 2000:06 3/3 Japan: Fourteen people died and 27 were injured after a gas blast at a recreation centre restaurant in Kakegawa. Spain: Bombs damaged two banks in the northern city of Pamplona, but there were no casualties. Poland: Polish Communist Party leader General Jaruzelski has resigned as Defence Minister. But he will remain as Prime Minister and head a newly-formed Defence Committee controlling the armed forces. >>>>> P117 ORACLE 117 Tue22 Nov ITV 2010:17 1/3 Poland: Two Swedes were detained in Swinoujscie after police seized printing equipment smuggled in with charity gifts for the Catholic Church. Bali: Furnaces to bolster the brick industry have been turned into crematoria. USA: A steel cable which snapped at a sawmill in Chester, Texas, sliced off the heads of the owner and three employees. >>>>> SEE PAGE 125P117 ORACLE 117 Tue22 Nov ITV 2010:00 2/3 Singapore: A man has gone on trial charged with possession of a tombstone described as a 'subversive document'. A court heard that the inscription glorified the dead man's brother, a member of an outlawed organisation. Australia: An Irish steelworker alleged to have sent guns to the IRA has been remanded in custody. Patrick Feehan, 43, was arrested in a Sydney hotel as he was about to leave Australia. Corsica: Five bomb attacks have rocked the capital, Ajaccio, but there were no injuries and only minor damage.