LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – The terrorist attacks in New York are forcing Jackie Chan to rewrite the script for his upcoming movie Nosebleed. The martial arts star was set to play a window cleaner on the World Trade Center who battles terrorists planning to attack the Statue of Liberty.

COLOMBO – Sri Lankan postal authorities mistakenly printed hundreds of Buddhist commemorative stamps that are outdated by 4,545 years. The stamps should have been printed with the date 2544 BE, for “Buddhist era” but instead were dated 2544 BC, for “before Christ.”

ACCRA, Ghana – Police in Ghana arrested a 27-year-old ice cream seller for threatening to burn down the U.S. embassy after his visa was denied.

BRESCIA, Italy – Bakers in Brescia, Italy, claim they’ve created the largest pizza ever. The rectangular pizza measured 413 feet long by 10 feet wide and was covered in cheese, tomatoes and mushrooms.

LAXMIPUR, Bangladesh – Prisons have become so crowded in Bangladesh that prisoners are being forced to sleep in shifts. Officials at one jail in Laxmipur say they have 743 inmates stuffed into a space that’s meant for 121 prisoners.

LOS ANGELES – What a difference a day makes. Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless The USA” was played only ten times nationwide on September 10 – and 2100 times the day of the terrorism tragedy.

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad – Famed Calypso singer The Mighty Sparrow has just released a dance ditty condemning the terrorist attacks on America. The lyrics include With the World Trade Center gone/ They went to Washington to eliminate the Pentagon but the tune ends on a positive note: God Bless America.

NEW YORK – Pop psychologist Deepak Chopra is branching into music with the help of former Eurythmics founder Dave Stewart. The two have combined efforts for a new CD, Grow Younger, Live Longer, that combines dub and trip-hop music with ancient Persian poetry.

SANTA MONICA, Calif. – The Cranberries’ newest video, “Analyze,” has been temporarily grounded in order to edit scenes where lead singer Dolores O’Riordan sings while standing atop a skyscraper as a plane flies overhead.

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. – Farm Aid won’t help just farmers this year. It will also lend a hand to farmer’s markets. The September 29 concert will donate some proceeds to New York farmer’s markets destroyed in the terrorist attack. The concert will be televised on CMT and feature performances by Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp, Dave Matthews and Neil Young.