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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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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
Christianity
The hospital at the center of a Muslim-Christian war in central Africa
Central African Republic — When he awoke after the surgery, the bullets had been removed from his legs, and Saddam Abdul Rahman was lying in a hospital bed, surrounded by men from the other side of the war. He scanned the room and saw the faces of five Christian men in adjacent beds.

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Smart strategy or overconfidence? Rubio plays hard-to-get with voters
MUSCATINE, Iowa — Marco Rubio no doubt wants to sit behind the big desk in the Oval Office. What is not so clear is how hard he is willing to work to get there. Republican activists — including many who appreciate Rubio’s formidable political gifts and view him as the party’s best hope for beating....

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The hospital at the center of a Muslim-Christian war in central Africa
Central African Republic — When he awoke after the surgery, the bullets had been removed from his legs, and Saddam Abdul Rahman was lying in a hospital bed, surrounded by men from the other side of the war. He scanned the room and saw the faces of five Christian men in adjacent beds.

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MasterwebNews 20/12/15 - Ifa Priest and Rev. Fr Mbaka
Masterweb Reports: Odimegwu Onwumere reports ] - Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka of an Adoration Ministry in Enugu visited General Muhammadu Buhari at Aso Rock a fortnight. However, why the Catholic leader has a right of association as an individual, he might have a rethink as a religious priest, owing to the....

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Kurt Masur, humanist conductor, dies at 88
NEW YORK--Kurt Masur, the conductor who seized on music's power to ease Germany's reunification and comfort New York after September 11, 2001, died Saturday. He was 88. The New York Philharmonic announced the death of Masur, one of its longest-serving music directors who led the orchestra from 1991....

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After year of jihadi terror, Queen's Christmas Day speech to focus on Christianity
GETTY Joey Millar The Royal Christmas Message is a tradition dating back to 1932 The annual message from Her Majesty to the country's citizens, which has been televised since 1957, is expected to deal with the Queen's own faith and the continuing importance of Christianity in Britain today.

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The hospital at the center of a Muslim-Christian war in central Africa
Central African Republic — When he awoke after the surgery, the bullets had been removed from his legs, and Saddam Abdul Rahman was lying in a hospital bed, surrounded by men from the other side of the war. He scanned the room and saw the faces of five Christian men in adjacent beds.

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‘Chip nuh fly far from block’
Dwayne Vaz’s inflammatory comments at a People’s National Party (PNP) rally in St James last week and qualified apology was the lead story. The vendor’s sotto voce remark at the end of the first news item was deafening: “Vaz mus’ be tink mi born when mi madda gone a market,” he said.

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Transformation in the post-Zanu PF era
The first thing-and I don’t want to beat about the bush by talking about constitutionalism or other “isms” that obfuscate the reality-is to start changing from the top. The myth that president Mugabe is indispensable needs to be unmasked. For a long time some people have come to believe, and of....

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Student paid with life for free SA
Josephine Jos Sekgana Moshobane was detained after a visit to Botswana. Jos Moshobane died in 1986 after being detained, just one of the many students who made Turfloop a liberated zone in a time of oppression, writes Jubie Matlou. Josephine “Jos” Sekgana Moshobane died pursuing a noble cause:....

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The hospital at the center of a Muslim-Christian war in central Africa
Central African Republic — When he awoke after the surgery, the bullets had been removed from his legs, and Saddam Abdul Rahman was lying in a hospital bed, surrounded by men from the other side of the war. He scanned the room and saw the faces of five Christian men in adjacent beds.

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