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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
Christianity
Pope To See Challenges Faced By Church In Africa
Vatican City (AFP) - Africa remains fertile territory for the Catholic Church but the rise of Islamism and competition from evangelical churches have left it facing tough challenges as Pope Francis prepares for his first visit to the continent. As believer numbers dwindle in many industrialised countries, Africa has picked up the slack.

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immigration issues
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio has been sending mixed signals on Syrian refugees as the question of what to do with the millions of people displaced by that country's civil war has become a flashpoint in the U.S. political debate. Over the course of three months, the Florida senator,....

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Guidance Seminars held for SPHS Students
Saturday, November 21st, 2015. The students of San Pedro High School (SPHS) participated in a guidance seminar on Wednesday, November 18th. Organized by On Eagles Wings Ministries (OEWM) and Developing Tomorrow’s Men Today, the seminar saw four speakers presenting in two different forums.

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World: Pope Francis's Central African trip on despite France's security fears, Vatican says
Vatican: Pope Francis’ trip to Central African Republic, which has been rocked by strife between Christians and Muslims, is still scheduled to go ahead despite warnings from France of major security risks, Vatican sources said on Friday. The former French colony descended into inter-religious....

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72 bodies, 4 guns not unusual? - Witter says police, army heads surprised him with comment
FORMER PUBLIC Defender Earl Witter yesterday recounted how news that 72 persons had been killed in the May 2010 operations in Tivoli Gardens but only four illegal firearms seized was described by retired army chief Major General Stewart Saunders and former Police Commissioner Owen Ellington as nothing "unusual".

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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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Pope Francis: As Christmas approaches, 'the whole world is at war'
A Vatican official says a statement made by Pope Francis about Christmas festivities happening while the world is at war has been "grossly mistranslated" by media. Several media reports have said that the Pope called Christmas "a charade" during a mass at Vatican City last Thursday. But Rev.

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DSS gets court order to detain Kanu, Radio Biafran leader for another 90 days
From GODWIN TSA, Abuja. For Nnamdi Kanu, the detained director of Radio Biafra, it is still a long walk to freedom as the Department of the State Security (DSS) has secured an order of the Federal High Court, Abuja to detain him for another 90 days. Although Kanu was produced in court in obedience....

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Pope to see challenges faced by Church in Africa
Vatican City, Holy See, Nov 23 (Andes). - Africa remains fertile territory for the Catholic Church but the rise of Islamism and competition from evangelical churches have left it facing tough challenges as Pope Francis prepares for his first visit to the continent.

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Security fears mount as rival jihadists claim Mali hotel attack
FASHION 'Korea Now' exhibition at Paris’s Museum of Decorative Arts. FOCUS USA: One woman's battle to help 'immigration orphans' ENCORE! Music show: Eagles of Death Metal, Johnny Hallyday and Adele. IN THE PAPERS 'Paris, Bamako, Brussels, Saint-Denis: The Same Fight' Security fears mount as rival jihadists claim Mali hotel attack.

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Latest: Seeking death penalty undecided in woman's killing
CEDAR FALLS | It's a normal-looking, if old-fashioned, room you walk into. There's a floral-print couch, a coat rack, a dial radio on an end t WATERLOO | Slippery roads were behind a Sunday night accident that knocked out electricity to a Waterloo neighborhood.

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