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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

Rwanda: Changes in Orthography Will Make Kinyarwanda Language User-Friendly, Says Dr Vuningoma

Millions of Rwandans and other Kinyarwanda speakers have struggled to understand why changes were recently introduced in the language's orthography. The new instructions on how to write Kinyarwanda were gazetted last month and left those who write the language a period of two years to comply with the new style.

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Children have ‘right to mother and father,’ says pope

VATICAN CITY – Children should grow up in a family with a father and a mother, Pope Francis said Monday. “Children have the right to grow up in a family, with a father and a mother capable of creating a suitable environment for their development and emotional maturity,” the pope said on Radio....

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Former Perth Lord Mayor Reg Withers dies

As the senate leader, Mr Withers was the orchestrator of Mr Whitlam’s downfall in 1975, an act that etched him in Australia’s political history. Mr Withers’ son Simon said his father should be remembered as a major, colourful figure in Australian politics. “Dad wasn’t really an ideological person.

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Sierra Leone doctor, who received experimental drug, dies of Ebola in US

By the time Martin Salia arrived on a chartered medical jet at the Nebraska Medical Center over the weekend, his kidneys had failed, he didn’t respond to someone calling his name, and he was barely breathing. Doctors immediately put the 44-year-old surgeon, who had been infected by Ebola while....

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Reg 'Toecutter' Withers, former Fraser government minister, dies at age 90

Reg “Toecutter” Withers, a former Fraser government minister, has died at the age of 90. As the senate leader, Withers was the orchestrator of Whitlam’s downfall in 1975, an act that etched him in Australia’s political history. Withers’s son Simon said his father should be remembered as a major, colourful figure in Australian politics.

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Reg 'Toecutter' Withers dies in Perth

AS the senate leader, Mr Withers was the orchestrator of Mr Whitlam's downfall in 1975, an act that etched him in Australia's political history. Mr Withers' son Simon said his father should be remembered as a major, colourful figure in Australian politics. "Dad wasn't really an ideological person.

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Reg 'Toecutter' Withers dies in Perth

Reg "Toecutter" Withers, a former Fraser government minister and the architect of Gough Whitlam's downfall, has died at the age of 90. As the senate leader, Mr Withers was the orchestrator of Mr Whitlam's downfall in 1975, an act that etched him in Australia's political history.

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Cupich begins transfer of power, focuses on immigration, violence, drugs

Three deliberate thuds echoed through Holy Name Cathedral on Monday night, as the next leader of 2.2 million Catholics signaled his arrival to the Chicago Archdiocese. Blase Cupich began his homily Monday by thanking Cardinal Francis George, Chicago's first retiring archbishop and the man he'll replace Tuesday.

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Death of second Ebola patient in U.S. shows need for early, accurate tests, experts say

“He’s gone,” she said. Buy Photo Smith broke down immediately. Salia had been his mentor in the years they worked together in Freetown, Sierra Leone’s capital. Like Salia’s other colleagues and former students, Smith remembered him as one of the country’s hardest-working doctors, a man who always craved more knowledge about the profession he loved.

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Cupich knocks at Holy Name's door, says he'll seek 'God's agenda'

Three deliberate thuds echoed through the rafters of Holy Name Cathedral on Monday night as incoming Archbishop Blase Cupich signaled his arrival to the Chicago Archdiocese. The Rite of Reception kicked off three days of Roman Catholic rituals marking his installation as Chicago's ninth archbishop.

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Cupich knocks 3 times at Holy Name's door, kicking off installation rites

Three deliberate thuds echoed through the rafters of Holy Name Cathedral on Monday night as incoming Archbishop Blase Cupich signaled his arrival to the Chicago Archdiocese. The Rite of Reception kicked off three days of Roman Catholic rituals marking his installation as Chicago's ninth archbishop.

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