Sunday, April 27, 2003

Bush to Stay Overnight in France During G8 Summit
The White House on Thursday quashed rumors that President Bush would not stay overnight in France during his trip to the G8 economic summit in Evian later this spring. :: This Reuters report is submitted for your ten kings (Rev 17:12-14) files.
Bush Pressured to Limit EU, UN Role in 'Road Map'
Amid lingering bitterness over European opposition to the war in Iraq, the Bush administration is under mounting pressure to relegate the European Union, the United Nations and Russia to the sidelines of the Israeli-Palestinian "road map" they helped craft. :: This Reuters report is submitted for your covenant with many (Daniel 9:27) files.

Wednesday, April 23, 2003

Iran Is Said to Send Agents Into South Iraq
Iranian-trained agents have crossed into Iraq and areworking to advance Iranian interests, according to U.S. officials. :: This New York Times report is submitted for your rumor of war (Matthew 24:6) files.
3rd Guilty Plea in Ga. Gang-Rape Case
A third defendant pleaded guilty Tuesday in the case of 18 young men accused of gang-raping a mentally disabled 13-year-old girl over two days. :: This AP report is submitted for your wickedness increases (Matthew 24:12) files.
Ethiopia's worst famine in 20 years
The largest emergency food aid programme in the world is in top gear, shipping tens of thousands of tonnes of mainly US grain to Ethiopia each month, but it is proving pitifully inadequate for what are thought to be millions of people in Tadese's situation. Ethiopia, in the grip of drought, needs far more food than expected only three months ago. Because of a sixth poor rainy season in three years, the authorities and western charities overseeing food distribution are beginning to accept that 20 million people - not 13 million as originally thought - may now need help at least until the end of the year to avoid destitution and starvation. :: This report from The Guardian is submitted for your famine (Matthew 24:7) files.

Wednesday, April 16, 2003

Scientists Confirm Virus As Cause of SARS
Experiments in monkeys have confirmed the identity of the virus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome, the World Health Organization announced Wednesday, an important step toward developing new drugs to combat the disease. :: This AP report on SARS is submitted for your pestilence (Luke 21:11) files.
10 New Nations Join European Union
In the heart of the city that gave birth to European democracy, leaders of 25 nations signed treaties Wednesday sweeping away the 20th century's Iron Curtain divide. Meeting in the shadow of the ancient Acropolis, 10 nations committed to joining the European Union. The new members include eight former Communist countries cut off from their Western neighbors until little more than a decade ago. :: This AP report is submitted for your ten kings (Rev 17:12-14) files on European integration.
Prankster Web Site Draws Wal-Mart Ire
The very technology that revolutionized retail checkout - the bar code - is now being subverted by anti-capitalist protesters who fancy themselves cyberpranksters. :: This AP report on the use and misuse of transaction technology is submitted for your mark of the beast (Rev 13:16-19) files.
Israeli, U.S. Officials Discuss Roadmap
In formulating a roadmap to peace in the Middle East, the Bush administration has agreed to take into account Israel's security concerns and a need to end terror, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's envoy said after talks with high-level U.S. officials. :: This AP report is submitted for your covenant with many (Daniel 9:27) files.

Monday, April 14, 2003

U.S. Considers Sanctions Against Syria
The Bush administration is sharpening its rhetoric against Syria, demanding it stop sponsoring terrorism and harboring remnants of Saddam Hussein's Iraqi regime or face diplomatic or economic sanctions. :: This AP report is submitted for your rumor of war (Matthew 24:6) and doomed Damascus (Isaiah 17:1) files.

Sunday, April 06, 2003

Group Banned From Praying at Western Wall
The Israeli Supreme Court on Sunday barred a Jewish women's group from worshipping at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site, but ruled that the government had to name an alternative prayer site within a year. :: This AP report is submitted for your Temple Mount (Daniel 9:27, Matthew 24:15 & 2 Thessalonians 2:4) files.

Europe Studies Missions to Safeguard the Earth
Early on the morning of June 30, 1908, the vast forest of western Siberia was illuminated by a strange apparition: an alien object streaking across the cloudless sky. White hot from its headlong plunge into the Earth's atmosphere, the intruder exploded about 8 km above the ground, flattening trees over a vast area. :: This Spaceflight Now report is submitted for your signs in the heavens (Joel 2:30; Luke 21:11,25) files.

Wednesday, April 02, 2003

Christians in war zone fear Islamists
The Christian minority in Iraq fears reprisals from Muslim extremists who associate them with the so-called "Christian" West, reports Assist News Service. According to the report, The Barnabas Fund, an organization that helps and reports on persecuted Christians, says Christian leaders in Iraq fear it would only take one small spark - an aggressive anti-Christian sermon preached in a mosque or an argument between a Christian and a Muslim neighbor - to trigger violent attacks on churches and Christian homes. :: This World Net Daily report is submitted for your persecution (Matthew 24:8) files.
Police to Use Biometric Facial Recognition to Identify Suspects in Seconds
Imagis Technologies Inc., a leading developer of law enforcement software and biometric systems using advanced facial and image recognition technology, announced today that Steria, a leading European IT services provider and one of Imagis' business partners, has been chosen by the Grampian Police Force in Scotland to provide a biometric facial recognition system that will dramatically enhance the investigative capabilities of the force. :: This PR Newswire report is submitted for your mark of the beast (Rev 13:16-19) files on biometrics and facial recognition technology.
Ill Boy Makes Wish for African Pastors to Be Given Bibles
An ill Texas boy recently chose to supply Bibles to African pastors when he was granted a wish through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. :: This Religion Today report is submitted for your gospel preached to all (Matthew 24:14) files.