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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

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Perth Amboy mayor launches re-election bid
Perth Amboy Mayor Wilda Diaz, center, announces her re-election bid, flanked by running mates for city council, Fernando Irizarry, left, and Jelmin Caba, right. (Mayor Wilda Diaz) — Mayor Wilda Diaz launched her campaign for a third term as mayor Wednesday evening and announced her city council running mates.

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Unbelievable: Read 19 common things the bible forbids but Christians take for granted
– Some things are taking for granted by Christians. – What the bible says about women talking in church. – The bible frowns at eating crayfish, others. For every Christian, the bible supercedes every other literature. This is the belief of Christians, who think it is not just a collection of....

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Why Doctors Aren't Asking The One Question That Could Save Your Life
"You’d be surprised how many people have guns in their houses," said Dr. Jill Creighton. As a pediatrician at Stony Brook Children’s Hospital on Long Island, Creighton routinely asks her patients' parents during their children's regular checkups whether or not they own guns -- a question that roughly a quarter of them answer affirmatively.

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Mob burns Venezuelan man alive over US$5
Amid the general haze of violence, Bernal's killing didn't even stand out enough to make the front pages or provoke comment from local politicians. Venezuela now has one of the highest murder rates in the world, and it's hard to find a person who hasn't been mugged.

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Mob burns Venezuelan man alive over US$5
"We wanted to teach this man a lesson," said Eduardo Mijares, 29. "We're tired of being robbed every time we go into the street, and the police do nothing." Vigilante violence against people accused of stealing has become commonplace in this crime-ridden country of 30 million, once one of the richest and safest in Latin America.

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Mob burns Venezuelan man alive over US$5
Amid the general haze of violence, Bernal's killing didn't even stand out enough to make the front pages or provoke comment from local politicians. Venezuela now has one of the highest murder rates in the world, and it's hard to find a person who hasn't been mugged.

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Mob burns Venezuelan man alive over US$5
"We wanted to teach this man a lesson," said Eduardo Mijares, 29. "We're tired of being robbed every time we go into the street, and the police do nothing." Vigilante violence against people accused of stealing has become commonplace in this crime-ridden country of 30 million, once one of the richest and safest in Latin America.

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Leaders of faith divided on House Bill 2
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Leaders of faith seem as divided on House Bill 2 as the rest of the country. According to a CBS News/New York Times Poll, While 46% of Americans think transgender people should use the bathrooms assigned to their birth gender, slightly fewer 41% - think they should be able use the bathroom of the gender they identify as.

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Rev. Jamal Bryant breaks silence amid allegations that he fathered a son last year
The video comes on the heels of a May 5 Obnoxious Television report about a woman who claims her son's father is Bryant, who leads Baltimore’s Empowerment Temple. Last week, Bryant released a five-minute video. Bryant said he couldn't address specific claims in depth for legal reasons, but that....

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Redeemed Church Rejects Grazing Zones Bill, Backs Ranches
The Chairman of National Council of Elders, Pastor. Israel Abatan, made the call at a news conference he addressed along with Media/Publicity Secretary, Pastor Ayodeji Olulani and Vice Chairman of the council, Pastor Obadiah Mulero and a member RCCG Board of Trustee, Elder Kayode Ajayi.

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Pastor Remanded In Prison Over Defilement Of 7-Year-Old Girl
EMMANUEL UDOM & FOLAKE SOKOYA LAGOS. Pastor Isaiah Ojo, General Overseer Day Spring Family Chapel, Egbeda area, Ibadan, Oyo State capital, who was accused of defiling a 7-year-old girl, Bidemi, in his church, has been remanded in prison custody. The 62-year-old pastor was arraigned before an....

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Josh Duggar joins family's used car business as he is pictured with hsi wedding ring
Josh gets back to work: Disgraced Duggar joins family's used car business as he is pictured showing off vehicle to prospective buyer - and wearing his wedding band Josh Duggar was pictured last Wednesday in Arkansas as she tried to sell a used car to a prospective buyer It is the third time Josh has....

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Pastor JAMES MAINA NG’ANG’A is a S£X beast, See what he’s doing in Upper Hill.
Thursday, 19 May 2016 - Rogue city preacher, James Maina Ng’ang’a, of Neno Evangelism, is among popular Kenyan televangelists who preach water and drink wine. On TV, he appears like a saint while performing stage-managed miracles but he is a rotten man with a strong appetite for s3x.

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SBCAN to Honor 5 Individuals at Annual North County Looking Forward Awards Dinner
Lockard is a strong advocate for LGBT rights and for all humanity. She believes passionately that the arts in education enrich our lives and strengthen our country. Doug Jenzen will receive the “Environmental Protection & Sustainability Award” for valuing, protecting and preserving our natural resources and environment.

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Venezuelan mob burns man alive over $5
Vigilante violence against people accused of stealing has become commonplace in this crime-ridden country of 30 million, once one of the richest and safest in Latin America. The revenge attacks underscore how far Venezuela has fallen, with the lights flickering out daily, and food shortages fueling supermarket lines that snake around for blocks.

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Mob burns Venezuelan man alive over $5 as justice fails
CARACAS, Venezuela The mob didn't know at first what Roberto Bernal had done, but he was running and that was enough. Dozens of men loitering on the sidewalk next to a supermarket kicked and punched the 42-year-old until he was bloodied and semi-conscious.

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Day 18: Cheap vs. fancy? The $2 food truck taco wins
Tacos eaten: 7. Restaurants visited: 4. Total tacos eaten this month: 133. Total restaurants visited this month: 52. I don't think cheap tacos are intrinsically better than fancy chef tacos. Sometimes it feels like as if my favorite tacos are on the affordable end of the spectrum, but I'm willing to....

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Mob burns Venezuelan man alive over $5 as justice fails
Vigilante violence against people accused of stealing has become commonplace in this crime-ridden country of 30 million, once one of the richest and safest in Latin America. The revenge attacks underscore how far Venezuela has fallen, with the lights flickering out daily, and food shortages fueling supermarket lines that snake around for blocks.

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Americans are more polarized than ever. We United Methodists don't want to be.
United Methodist bishops listen to morning worship from the stage of the 2016 United Methodist Church General Conference in Portland, Ore., on Monday. (Kathleen Barry/United Methodist News Service) In an ever-more-polarized society, the United Methodist Church this week has tried to model an approach to disagreement that the U.

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How to Create a Refugee Crisis
Two summers ago, Hashem al-Souki, his wife, and their three sons were ready to board a smuggler’s dinghy at Egypt’s northern coast, bound for Europe. They never made it. After traveling for months to reach Egypt, they were detained by police as they waited on the beach to leave. And the boat never made it to Europe.

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Bishop Victor Curry celebrates 25 years at New Birth Baptist Church
It scarcely seems that it has been a quarter-century since I reported in my column that Bishop Victor T. Curry was stepping out on faith and founding a new church. That first service, held in the auditorium of the old Miami Northwestern Senior High School, drew an overflowing crowd.

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Peabody, MA
This Thursday night, don't miss out on your chance to hear from and talk to a Kenyan Jew! Yehudah will be speaking at Temple Ner Tamid about his life. Spring Tennis lessons begin this week and there a still a few spots left! Register at www.peabodyrecreation.com . Tennis is a sport that gets kids moving, improves balance, agility and hand-eye.

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Man burned alive over $5 theft as vigilante justice takes brutal hold in despair-ridden Venezuela
CARACAS, Venezuela — The mob didn’t know at first what Roberto Bernal had done, but he was running and that was enough. Dozens of men loitering on the sidewalk next to a supermarket kicked and punched the 42-year-old until he was bloodied and semi-conscious.

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Mob burns Venezuelan man alive over $5 as justice fails
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) " The mob didn't know at first what Roberto Bernal had done, but he was running and that was enough. Dozens of men loitering on the sidewalk next to a supermarket kicked and punched the 42-year-old until he was bloodied and semi-conscious.

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No to the death penalty! Digong and human rights
The penalty was not restored during my Senate watch (1987-92) due to my personal “filibuster” against it, as much as anything else. It was returned in 1993 and killed again in 2006, thanks to GMA. In my last meet with Joker Arroyo, he said that in a visit to Europe his hosts could not praise us enough for discarding the penalty.

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Mob burns Venezuelan man alive over $5 as justice fails
Vigilante violence against people accused of stealing has become commonplace in this crime-ridden country of 30 million, once one of the richest and safest in Latin America. The revenge attacks underscore how far Venezuela has fallen, with the lights flickering out daily, and food shortages fueling supermarket lines that snake around for blocks.

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