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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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Kasuku on being slapped by Mrs Chameleone and Christmas
Isaac Katende aka Kasuku. Quick Talk meets with Isaac Daniel Katende, aka Kasuku, who presents the Talk and Talk show on Dembe FM. At Royal Suites hotel Bugolobi where they talk, Christmas is in the air. Children are wearing the red and white Santa Claus beanies, and while no carols are playing, Quick Talk feels so Christmassy.

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Christian refugees being bypassed in resettlement programme - Cardinal... Christian refugees fleeing Syria are being bypassed in Britain's...
Cardinal Vincent Nichols said it was a "fact" that Christians were the most persecuted people on earth, but few followers of the faith trying to escape the dual horrors of Bashar Assad's brutal regime and the rise of Islamic State would be given sanctuary in the UK under the Government's scheme.

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Christian refugees from Syria are being ignored says church
Migrants and refugees paddling a rubber dinghy close to the beach at Psalidi near Kos, Greece. Christian refugees fleeing Syria are being bypassed in Britain’s resettlement programme, the head of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales has warned.

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French beheading suspect hangs himself in prison Newsweek
© Emmanuel Foudrot/Reuters Yassin Salhi is escorted by police officers after allegedly beheading his boss in Saint-Priest, near Lyon, France, June 28. The man who allegedly beheaded his boss in a suspected Islamist attack in France earlier this year has committed suicide in prison, French national daily newspaper Le Figaro reports.

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Is this the first EVER finished Koran?
By Richard Gray for MailOnline The ancient pages were found bound alongside those of a younger copy of the Koran from the seventh century AD. It is thought they had been put together because the Hijazi script on the parchment was similar. They had been collected during the 1920s by a Chaldean priest....

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Is this the first EVER finished Koran?
By Richard Gray for MailOnline The ancient pages were found bound alongside those of a younger copy of the Koran from the seventh century AD. It is thought they had been put together because the Hijazi script on the parchment was similar. They had been collected during the 1920s by a Chaldean priest....

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This Day in History - December 24
1524: Portuguese navigator Vasco da Gama, who discovered a sea route around Africa to India, dies in Cochin, India. 1798: Britain and Russia sign alliance against France. 1800: A plot is uncovered in Paris to assassinate Napoleon Bonaparte. 1814: United States and Britain sign the Treaty of Ghent in Belgium, ending War of 1812.

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Peggy Say, who advocated for release of Terry Anderson, dies
Peggy Say, who spent nearly seven years on a tireless quest for the release of her brother, journalist Terry Anderson, and fellow hostages from kidnappers in Lebanon, died Wednesday. She was 74. Anderson, the chief Middle East correspondent for the Associated Press when he was abducted from the....

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Jerry Romig, voice of the New Orleans Saints for 44 years, dies at 86
Jerry Romig, who, as the voice of the New Orleans Saints, led football fans through 44 years of exasperating losses and exhilarating victories, died Wednesday (Dec. 23) at his River Ridge home. He was 86. Although Mr. Romig's work as the play-by-play announcer for the Saints' home games was the....

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Fr Drury (92) celebrates 67th Christmas Eve mass
The priest said "the whole midnight mass has a strong emotional element" for him. "The scene, the full church, the great choir, the good crib, the lively decoration, the whole friendliness everywhere... As I am giving communion at midnight mass, I know that I don't recognise all the people coming up....

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SDGs: Taking Overall Devt to a New Level
Abimbola Akosile writes on the need to step development down to all levels, after attending an intensive training of West African media practitioners on the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are billed to kick off in Nigeria on January 1, 2016. New York, USA in September was an eye-opener.

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