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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

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THIS WEEK IN THE BAHAMAS (April 18 to 22, 2016)
PRIME MINISTER CHRISTIE DELIVERS BAHAMAS STATEMENT ON CLIMATE CHANGE AT THE UNITED NATIONS. "In recent years, The Bahamas has initiated several policies and programmes toward climate change adaptation and mitigation, which are largely in the early stages of implementation, due to capacity and other constraints.

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PBS to Present “ARMED IN AMERICA,”a Special Two-Night Television Event onMonday, May 9, and Tuesday, May 10
ARLINGTON, Va., Apr 25, 2016 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- PBS announced today that ARMED IN AMERICA , a special two-night television event exploring the nation’s rising gun violence, is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, May 9-10, 2016. ARMED IN AMERICA centers around two acclaimed documentaries presented by....

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Syrian-Americans In Pennsylvania Love Trump
Moussa’s cousin was recently killed in Syria after Islamic State militants kidnapped him and his coworkers, so for him the question of how the next president will handle ISIS and Assad, a brutal leader nonetheless known for protecting Christians in an otherwise deadly region, is personal.

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Ohio shooting: Marijuana grow operations found at 3 crime scenes
No arrests have been made and the investigation continues into the unsolved shooting deaths of eight members of the Rhoden family in Pike County, Ohio. Victims were found Friday at four different locations in Pike County (about 100 miles east of Cincinnati) Victims suffered execution-style gunshot....

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Charlotteans join rallies to protest and support HB2
Charlotteans descended on Raleigh Monday morning by bus, car and carpool to join rallies for and against House Bill 2. Some joined people at the microphone. Rev. Mark Harris, pastor of Charlotte’s First Baptist Church, was getting ready to address a crowd of bill supporters outside the legislative building.

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House Democrats file bill to repeal HB2
The Democrats offered the bill Monday, the first day of the legislature's annual work session. The bill has no Republican sponsors. GOP legislative leaders have said they aren't interested in overturning the law approved in a special session last month. Primary co-sponsor Rep.

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The $20 Diner's favorite taquerias and Mexican restaurants
Back before Zipcar and Uber offered just about everyone access to wheels, you had to pile into a car and drive yourself to Riverdale Park/Hyattsville to taste the best Mexican fare in the DMV. Or beg a buddy to take you to Taqueria La Placita , La Sirenita or some other place in Go with the green....

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Oleksandr Khomchenko: “When they took me for shooting to the pit with bodies of killed people, I saw my life flash in front of me”. Part 2
Oleksandr was arrested on August 4, when he came to the evening service after having taken one more family out of Donetsk. “Every day I went to the square as if it were Golgotha. That day, it was not only praying we congratulated two of our parishioners on their birthdays. For that I bought two buckets of flowers and chocolates.

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Oleksandr Khomchenko: “When they took me for shooting to the pit with bodies of killed people, I saw my life flash in front of me”. Part 1
Pastor Oleksandr Khomchenko who was brutally beaten and tortured because he prayed for his country in the center of Donetsk, testified in Brussels last week. There was the preliminary hearing of the investigation results of Russian militaries' crimes in Ukraine. The hearing was held in the International Court of Justice in The Hague.

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Q&A: Are we failing our easily influenced youth?
Asked what role the Church should be playing in working for true reconciliation and justice in our nation today, Indigenous Anglican pastor Ray Minniecon said: "The Church needs to understand that every church in this country is built on stolen land." "The Bible clearly says thou shalt not steal and it says thou shalt not kill.

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Catapulted Conference 2016 Jubilee APP
The fourth Catapulted Conference took place from 06 – 10 April 2016 under the theme “Jubilee APP [Aligned Propelled and Positioned]”. Catapulted Conference’s hosts, Pastor Leslie Richardson and his wife, Lauris Richardson, hosted apostles, prophets, pastors, ministers and business people from around Anguilla, various parts of USA, St.

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Ohio shooting: AG: Marijuana grow operations found at 3 crime scenes
No arrests have been made and the investigation continues into the unsolved shooting deaths of eight members of the Rhoden family in Pike County, Ohio. Victims were found Friday at four different locations in Pike County (about 100 miles east of Cincinnati) Victims suffered execution-style gunshot....

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Q&A: Are we failing our easily influenced youth?
On a day when it was revealed that a 16-year-old Sydney boy had been charged with planning a terrorist attack on Anzac Day, a Christian-themed Q&A panel was asked whether we as a nation are failing to nurture our impressionable youth. The panel also discussed issues of reconciliation and land ownership, domestic violence, war and climate change.

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Staggie co-accused granted R5 000 bail in bootleg whisky case
Staggie, co-accused granted R5 000 bail in bootleg whisky case. News24 Tuesday 26th April, 2016 Cape Town - Former gang leader Rashied Staggie and three others were released on bail on Monday after allegedly being found in possession of expensive stolen whisky and cigars.

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China's Xi warns of foreign infiltration through religion
The ruling Communist Party says it protects freedom of religion, but it keeps a tight rein on religious activities and allows only officially recognised religious institutions to operate. President Xi said Communist Party members must adhere to Marxist principles and remain 'staunchly atheist'.

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Q&A: Are we failing our easily influenced youth?
On a day when it was revealed that a 16-year-old Sydney boy had been charged with planning a terrorist attack on Anzac Day, a Christian-themed Q&A panel was asked whether we as a nation are failing to nurture our impressionable youth. The panel also discussed issues of reconciliation and land ownership, domestic violence, war and climate change.

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Family’s poignant visit to see P.O.W
THE children of a former Telegraph & Argus employee met a German prisoner of war who befriended their father during the Second World War. Maire and Paul Morris, originally from Bradford Moor , visited Bertold Kamm, 89, in Nuremberg, Germany, to end a 30-year search to find him after he got to know their father, Bill Morris.

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Recent editorials published in Nebraska newspapers
Cops and courts are there to keep the rest of us honest, but who keeps them in line? In this case, it’s the Nebraska Legislature, which passed LB 1106, and Gov. Pete Ricketts, who signed the bill Tuesday to reduce the opportunity for abuse of due process and private property rights through civil forfeiture.

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Facebook threat targeted executed Ohio family
PIKE COUNTY, Ohio -- A Facebook threat mentioning one of the eight members of an Ohio family who were shot and killed execution-style on Friday is among the the evidence investigators are examining, CBS News has confirmed. The threat specifically called out Christopher Rhoden Jr.

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China's Xi warns of foreign infiltration through religion
President Xi Jinping has warned that China must be on guard against foreign infiltration through religion and must stop 'extremists' spreading their ideology. Mr Xi said China must also 'manage the internet' to promote the Communist Party's religious theories and policies.

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Recent editorials published in Nebraska newspapers
McCook Daily Gazette. April 22, 2016. Civil forfeiture law helps keep authorities honest. Cops and courts are there to keep the rest of us honest, but who keeps them in line? In this case, it's the Nebraska Legislature, which passed LB 1106, and Gov. Pete Ricketts, who signed the bill Tuesday to....

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Recent editorials published in Nebraska newspapers
McCook Daily Gazette. April 22, 2016. Civil forfeiture law helps keep authorities honest. Cops and courts are there to keep the rest of us honest, but who keeps them in line? In this case, it's the Nebraska Legislature, which passed LB 1106, and Gov. Pete Ricketts, who signed the bill Tuesday to....

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Life after death? Scientists make strong progress in bringing brains back from the DEAD
GETTY Sean Martin Scientists are looking at how to reanimate the brain US company Bioquark, which was established to develop new technologies to help repair and reanimate the organ after death, is claiming dying may not be the absolute end. The team from Bioquark have been studying certain....

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At Home With Shujaa Sevens Rugby Team Captain Amonde
Two seconds. That is the longest Kenya Sevens rugby team captain Andrew Amonde can stay down on the field during a game before his fiancé Damaquelyn Omwenga starts getting concerned. If he stays longer than that, she says, it could mean that he has sustained another injury.

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Kenya: Chinese Nationals Face Harsh Reality in Kenyans Prisons
The most Luo Xongxu knew about Kenya before flying in from China was its diverse wildlife and massive infrastructure projects funded by Chinese money. But, for the last 18 months, he has seen few animals and infrastructure except pesky insects and the walls of a century- old cramped windowless cell....

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Nigeria: Cathedral Builders
The church building is the house of the pastor: it is no longer the house of God. A prominent Lagos pastor made it compulsory for all members of his church to contribute a minimum of N10,000 each to his church's multi-billion naira building project. Surely it must have occurred to him that some of his members do not have that kind of money.

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