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EGR European Gospel Radio

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Welcome to the European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

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

EGR is owned and operated by NEXUS-IBA, a non profit association of broadcasters and program producers

Christianity

Trump And His Allies Are Lying Through Their Teeth About Family Separations

House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) got the ball rolling on Thursday when he said at a press conference that he personally disagreed with the family separations at the border, but implied that the Trump administration’s hands were tied because of a “court order.” There is no court order mandating family separations at the border.

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Bonaldo Giaiotti, Stalwart Operatic Bass, Dies at 85

His soccer team had just lost a big game and Bonaldo Giaiotti, a 20-year-old furniture design apprentice, tried to clear the melancholy in the bar for his teammates by imitating a Russian operatic bass he had heard on the radio. A member of the local opera’s chorus near Udine, in northeastern Italy, was there and took note.

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NEcija diocese keeps faith in justice system

THE Cabanatuan City (Nueva Ecija) diocese trusts that the arrested suspect in the killing of a Nueva Ecija priest is not a ‘fall guy,” apparently affirming its belief that justice will be served Fr. Richmond Nilo. “The Philippine National Police [PNP] got not just one [piece of]evidence to identify the suspect,” Fr.

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Doctor Who and Archers actor to talk at Southwold Arts Festival

Terry Molloy, who has had a lifetime in the acting profession with roles as diverse as Mike Tucker in the long running radio drama The Archers to Dalek leader Davros in Doctor Who, will be discussing his career and his new book on Monday, June 25. As well as Doctor Who and The Archers, Mr Molloy has....

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How Scapegoating Immigrants Hurts All Workers

For the past few weeks, the news has been rightly fixated on the harrowing accounts of immigrant children being separated from their families at the border. Last night on All In with Chris Hayes, Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal and Ai-jen Poo [disclosure: we’re married] of the National Domestic....

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Singer Declan O'Rourke turns down invite to perform for the Pope during Irish visit

As Pope Francis is set to visit Ireland on the 25 and 26 of August as part of the World Meeting of Families, the country has been busy making sure everything's in order. As part of the celebration's organisers have approached some of Ireland's finest singers to sing 'Rainy Night in Soho'.

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Singer Declan O'Rourke turns down invite to perform for the Pope during Irish visit

. As Pope Francis is set to visit Ireland on the 25 and 26 of August as part of the World Meeting of Families, the country has been busy making sure everything's in order. As part of the celebration's organisers have approached some of Ireland's finest singers to sing 'Rainy Night in Soho'.

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Singer Declan O'Rourke turns down invite to perform for the Pope during Irish visit

As Pope Francis is set to visit Ireland on the 25 and 26 of August as part of the World Meeting of Families, the country has been busy making sure everything's in order. As part of the celebration's organisers have approached some of Ireland's finest singers to sing 'Rainy Night in Soho'.

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Catholics protest priest killings in Philippines

Father Richmond Nilo, 40, was at the altar preparing for church services in his parish in the province of Nueva Ecija, about 180 kilometers north of the Philippine capital Manila, when he was shot four times by two unidentified gunmen on June 10. He is the third priest to have been killed over a....

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Whitehaven metal band Drudge (Left to right) John Branch, Michael Woods, Unyan and Andrew Fitzsimons (photo Stuart Walker)

WHEN Whitehaven band Drudge were beaten in the final of Cumbria's Metal 2 the Masses last summer, the defeat only made them more determined. Now, 12 months on, they are gearing up for a debut at Bloodstock Festival having destroyed the competition in the county's biggest battle of the bands.

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Catholics protest priest killings in Philippines

Father Richmond Nilo, 40, was at the altar preparing for church services in his parish in the province of Nueva Ecija, about 180 kilometers north of the Philippine capital Manila, when he was shot four times by two unidentified gunmen on June 10. He is the third priest to have been killed over a....

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