1 million ordered to evacuate as hurricane approaches
ABC News - 10/07/2005

USA - Hurricane Dennis heads for the US Gulf coast.

Hurricane Dennis hits Havana leaving 32 dead in Caribbean
Reuters - 09/07/2005

CUBA - Deadly Hurricane Dennis pummelled Havana into the early morning hours on Saturday, uprooting trees and leaving the city's 2.2 million people in darkness after earlier killing 32 people in southeastern Cuba and Haiti.

38 dead in London blasts
The Guardian - 07/07/2005

UK - A series of explosions ripped through London today as suspected terrorist attacks on tube trains and a bus killed at least 38 people, plunging the capital into chaos.

London beats Paris to 2012 Games
BBC - 06/07/2005

UK - Prime Minister Tony Blair called the win "a momentous day" for Britain.

Oil price hits $60 for second day
BBC news - 24/06/2005

UK - Crude oil hits a record $60 a barrel!

Hundreds of thousands flee as China floods kill 80
ABC news - 23/06/2005

CHINA - Heavy floods have crashed into towns across southern China, killing at least 80 people, leaving dozens missing and forcing almost 700,000 to run for their lives, state media and residents said.

UK in grip of hi-tech crime wave
BBC - 17/06/2005

UK - Britain is being hit by a hi-tech crime wave. More and more of us are going online and so is international organised crime.

FBI "missed chances to stop 9/11"
BBC - 10/06/2005

USA - The FBI missed several opportunities to uncover and possibly prevent the 11 September 2001 attacks on the US, a high-level report has found.

Benedict vows to mend rift with Orthodox church
Washington Post - 30/05/2005

BARI, ITALY - Christian unity and resistance to materialism and increasing secularism.

French Non vote "weakens economy"
BBC NEWS - 30/05/2005

FRANCE - France rejects the European constitution.

Amnesty accuses US over 'torture'
BBC NEWS - 25/05/2005

USA - Governments around the world betrayed their commitment to human rights in 2004, Amnesty International says.

EU president puts pressure on Blair over UK's rebate
The Scotsman - 23/05/2005

BRITAIN - Britain's 3 billion pounds European Union rebate is "no longer justified", Jose Manuel Barroso, the European Commission president has declared, adding to the international pressure on Tony Blair to give up a concession won during the Thatcher years.

Islam's growing US rift
AP - 14/05/2005

KABUL - AFGANISTAN - Desecration of the Quran by a US soldier.

Blair back in power - but for how long?
AP - 06/05/2005

LONDON, UK - With powerful finance minister Gordon Brown, 54, hungry for the top job and Blair, 52, saying he will not stand again, the prime minister could turn into a lame duck, analysts said.

Biggest plane set for maiden flight
AFP - 26/04/2005

FRANCE - The A380, a twin-deck behemoth capable of carrying up to 800 people, is due to be flown by two veteran French test pilots, Claude Lelaie and Jacques Rosay, Airbus said.

“Just what is an APOSTLE?”
Just what is an Apostle?

Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

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Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)