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Welcome to the European Gospel Radio!

Our mission is to spread the Gospel to the World on Shortwave, AM/Medium Wave, Satellite radio, TV and the Internet

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Once seen as Ireland's Justin Trudeau, progressive credentials of gay, mixed-race PM now in doubt

When Ireland's youngest prime minister, Leo Varadkar, took office in June, he broke through two glass ceilings at once. He became both the first gay and first mixed-race person to lead the country. Varadkar also joined leaders like Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel....

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As Congo refugees pour over border, Angola's backing in doubt

Refugees say villages have been destroyed and women have been raped both by the militiamen and by soldiers who have fought them. * Angola backed Kabila and his father for two decades. * 1.4 million people made homeless in Kasai in year of violence. * UNHCR expects more refugees to cross. By Stephen Eisenhammer.

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AFL defiant in face of criticism over same-sex marriage support

The AFL is standing firm in its support for marriage equality against a concerted attack by politicians, conservative lobbyists and some of its own members, as the stoush over same-sex marriage enters the sporting arena. A long-time supporter of changing the law, the AFL officially backed a "yes"....

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AFL defiant in face of criticism over same-sex marriage support

The AFL is standing firm in its support for marriage equality against a concerted attack by politicians, conservative lobbyists and some of its own members, as the stoush over same-sex marriage enters the sporting arena. A long-time supporter of changing the law, the AFL officially backed a "yes"....

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AFL defiant in face of criticism over same-sex marriage support

The AFL is standing firm in its support for marriage equality against a concerted attack by politicians, conservative lobbyists and some of its own members, as the stoush over same-sex marriage enters the sporting arena. A long-time supporter of changing the law, the AFL officially backed a "yes"....

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PREVIEW: Indie rock royalty Reverend and the Makers crown return to glory with The Death Of A King

The king is dead. Long live Sheffield indie rock royalty Reverend and the Makers who look set to crown a return to their glory days by storming back up the charts with new album The Death Of A King. A mix of retro pop, blues, sprinkled with exotic, psychedelic voodoo magic, the likes of which took....

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Singer-comedian duo The Manns playing in LR

You may have first come to know them as a father-and-daughter duo -- with his egregious onscreen outfit choices melting your eyeballs -- in Tyler Perry's 2008 movie Meet the Browns. From the Meet the Browns play and movie, along with other Tyler Perry productions, Grammy Award-winning gospel artist....

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Hurricane Maria's death toll climbs in Dominica

CDEMA Executive Director Ronald Jackson told reporters earlier yesterday that amateur radio operations said the storm had claimed six lives. He said based on historical knowledge of Dominica and the fact that the eye of storm swept across the island from south-east to north-west, there would be....

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Mr. Barrow’s real bosses

“Their lives were a study in contrasts. Robert Sidney Turton was an ultra-capitalist, womanizer and irreverent iconoclast. George Cadle Price was an ascetic, bible-quoting bachelor, detached from material possessions who never owned a television set in his entire life.” “Turton’s own childhood had been very difficult.

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As Congo refugees pour over border, Angola's backing for Kabila in doubt

* Angola backed Kabila and his father for two decades. * 1.4 million people made homeless in Kasai in year of violence. * UNHCR expects more refugees to cross. By Stephen Eisenhammer. DUNDO, Angola, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Captured by militia and accused of being married to a Congolese government....

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Mexico City earthquake: 7.1 magnitude quake hits DAYS after biggest in century – 237 dead

Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto later confirmed 22 bodies had been recovered from a collapsed school in Mexico City where 48 people remain missing. One woman, a 32-year-old mother, told reporters: "They keep pulling kids out, but we know nothing of my daughter.

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