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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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Sanders Talks Income Inequality at Black Churches in South Carolina
took his message of income inequality to black Baptist churches in North Charleston, South Carolina, today, in an attempt appeal directly to minority voters in the state. Sanders, the only Jewish candidate in the 2016 presidential race , bowed his head and prayed, and occasionally tapped his foot....

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Sanders Talks Income Inequality at Black Churches in South Carolina
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., works the crowd at the Jenkins Orphanage in North Charleston, S.C., Nov. 21, 2015, during the Blue Jamboree event. "My name is Bernie Sanders. I am a United States senator from the state of Vermont," he began at Mt. Moriah Baptist Church.

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Mali Attack Probe Deepens as Siege Hotel Yields Clues
Malian investigators Sunday stepped up the hunt for suspects wanted over the jihadist siege at a luxury hotel that left 19 people dead in the capital Bamako, where residents were seeking to return to normal life. Two days after the attack on the Radisson Blu hotel, claimed by the al-Murabitoun....

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First Look At Oxygen Media’s ‘Preachers of Atlanta’ (WATCH)
“Preachers of Atlanta” offers a fresh perspective on men and women of the cloth determined to meet people in their current circumstances in order to inspire a resurgence of faith. Their ministries include communicating spiritual messages through hip-hop lyrics and venturing into the neighborhoods of Atlanta to find those in need.

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Iran sentences US reporter to jail after ‘closed door’ trial
An Iranian court on Sunday sentenced Jason Rezaian, a reporter for The Washington Post, to an unspecified prison sentence for spying charges, prompting US officials to call for the charges to be dropped. "Serving a jail term is in Jason Rezaian's sentence but I cannot give details," Iranian....

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Mali attack probe deepens as siege hotel yields clues
BAMAKO (AFP) - Malian investigators intensified the hunt Sunday for suspects wanted over the siege at a luxury hotel that left 19 people dead in the capital Bamako, where residents were seeking to return to normal life. Two days after the attack on the Radisson Blu hotel, claimed by the....

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Mali attack probe deepens as siege hotel yields clues
Two days after the attack on the Radisson Blu hotel, claimed by the Al-Murabitoun group, an Al-Qaeda affiliate led by notorious one-eyed Algerian militant Mokhtar Belmokhtar, the authorities were tight-lipped about the direction of the enquiry. "We are following several lines, but we won't be making a statement," a police source told AFP.

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The Big 10 with Jeff D'Alessio, Nov. 22, 2015
We asked this week's panel: Aside from gorging on turkey and all the trimmings, what was your family's Thanksgiving tradition growing up? SCOTT ANDERSON. Champaign attorney. "My parents always invited our entire extended family over for a feast. It was the one time each year that both sides of the family gathered together.

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A boycott's birth: How the Missouri race protests began
COLUMBIA, Mo. On the day he met with black players for the University of Missouri's football team, graduate student Jonathan Butler hadn't eaten for six days. The players wanted to know why. Butler told them: The school's president, Tim Wolfe, had repeatedly ignored concerns of black students.

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A boycott's birth: How the Missouri race protests began
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- On the day he met with black players for the University of Missouri's football team, graduate student Jonathan Butler hadn't eaten for six days. The players wanted to know why. Butler told them: The school's president, Tim Wolfe, had repeatedly ignored concerns of black students.

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A boycott's birth: Missouri racial protest emerged from meeting between player, activists
The players wanted to know why. Butler told them: The school's president, Tim Wolfe, had repeatedly ignored concerns of black students. He'd rather starve than live with an alma mater that condoned racism. Usually a world away from the center of campus at the athletic complex, the players were surprised and angry.

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