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"[The French government] accused the Scientologists of trying to "cash in on catastrophe", handing out thousands of pamphlets offering help and advice after last September's explosion at a chemical factory in Toulouse that killed 30 people, injured 2,500, and left 1,400 families homeless."
-from The Guardian, 21 Feb 2002
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|The Guardian||21/Feb/2002||France puts Scientology sect on trial||After years of scandal, the Church itself goes on trial|
|BBC News||23/Feb/2002||Scientologists face Paris ban||Prosecutors ask for Scientology to be disbanded under anti-cult laws|
|BBC News||30/Jan/2002||Cruise lobbies over Scientology||Tom Cruise talks to German officials|
|The Register (online)||22/Mar/2002||Scientologists gag Google||Google temporarily stops listing the top Scientology critics' site|
|BBC News||25/Apr/2002||Scientology Church fights Google||Scientology's attempt to remove Xenu.net from the Google index|
|Sunday Mirror||22/Dec/2002||Crackdown on 'Preying' Cults||Home Secretary Blunkett's attempt to legally distinguish cults from religions|
|The Guardian||30/Oct/2002||Guide to religions in the UK: Scientology||Short, descriptive (but credulous) entry|
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