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EGR European Gospel Radio

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Welcome to 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
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Call for TV debate on vote
By LAMECH JOHNSON. Tribune Staff Reporter. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . A GROUP opposing three of four Constitutional Amendment Bills that are part of the upcoming gender equality referendum has invited the YES Bahamas Campaign to debate on live television.

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Cruz's faltering campaign shows the risks of depending on a few wealthy donors
, in his outsider’s bid for the White House, has depended heavily on the largesse of just three wealthy donors to establish credibility and stay afloat amid a chaotic nominating process that killed off most of his rivals. Now, at perhaps the most desperate moment in his quest to win the Republican....

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President of Central African Republic Meets Pope Francis - Thanks Him for Visit
Vatican City The President of the Central African Republic Faustin-Archange Touadéra on Monday April 18 visited Pope Francis at the Vatican. In an interview with Vatican Radio, President Touadéra who became president on March 2016, said that his visit to Pope Francis was to thank him personally on....

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Hariri Meets Matar, Audeh, Stresses Fair Representation at Beirut Municipal Polls
Head of the Mustaqbal Movement MP Saad Hariri warned on Monday against violating the rules of fair representation at the upcoming municipal polls in Beirut. He said: “Fair representation is a red line for us.” “We urge all sides to vote in favor of just representation that was adopted by former....

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Anti-capitalist march ends with arrests, broken windows
Police said protesters threw fireworks and tear gas in their direction in front of a neighbourhood police station on Ste-Catherine Street between Bishop and Mackay streets. Two large police station windows were smashed by projectiles, and paint was thrown at the building. Two police officers and two demonstrators were slightly injured.

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Tarpaulins of Davao Death Squad victims appear in Cebu
PICTURES on tarpaulin sheets of three teenagers, aged 14, 15 and 16, who were allegedly killed by the Davao Death Squad appeared in strategic areas in Cebu City yesterday. Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte has admitted in his public speeches that he caused the summary executions of criminals in Davao City.

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Kissonerga priest defends ‘abandoning’ his flock after bonfire disruption
A Kissonerga priest who was slammed for leaving his congregation and walking out of an Easter church service on Saturday night because it was disrupted by firecrackers, on Monday defended his decision to move the liturgy to another church. The right path to the message of the Resurrection of Christ....

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Jahba East Africa: Islamic State Alters the Dynamic of Somalia's Conflict
With the emergence of a group in Somaliland calling itself Jahba East Africa, it appears Islamic State (IS) is becoming an independent entity in Somalia's insurgency. This development will likely complicate the conflict both for the African Union forces in the country and the indigenous....

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Irish firms using invoice finance generated €25.9bn in 2015
Simon McKeever, chief executive of the Irish Exporters Association: will speak about trade relations between the UK, Ireland and the EU. Photograph: Paul Sherwood. Turnover generated by nearly 2,000 Irish companies using invoice finance reached €25.9 billion in 2015, up two per cent on the same....

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Target-blasting pastor Greg Locke channels anger in new way
Eyes bulging, neck strained, fists balled tightly, the 15-year-old boy swung wildly. “I’m gonna beat you!” Greg Locke screamed, while his stepfather shouted back, filling the boy's bedroom with bitterness and profanity. Locke threw a suitcase, knocked over his speakers and raged against the older....

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Vgma 2016 Is Mostly A Runners-up Awards
Recognition is something every worker in any field of labour wants. It doesn’t matter which field it is. Even fields that recognition or awards don’t necessarily means more money, it is still usually coveted. It is so because of the motivation it brings and the appreciation it shows to the recipient among other reasons.

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