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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
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Where will Manila, Pasay street dwellers go during APEC?
MANILA - The city governments of Manila and Pasay may likely hide homeless families during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Leaders Summit this November. Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Secretary Dinky Soliman on Friday admitted that social welfare offices under the two city....

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Ibadan: A melting point
Denton on 15th August 1892.Ever since, Ibadan has grown to become then, the third most populated city in Nigeria. As a matter of fact, it was hitherto, the most cosmopolitan city in Africa. The British developed the Ibadan colony to facilitate it’s commercial activities and it shortly grew into a....

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Ben Carson Lashes Out at West Point Coverage
More. Republican Ben Carson is lashing out at reporters for questioning his biography and complaining about what he sees as uneven media coverage. An unusually animated Carson met reporters in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, to respond to a pair of negative stories written about his campaign.

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Marie raising funds for Kathmandu
Killarney's Marie Chawke is well known on the local social scene but has decided to step outside her comfort zone and follow a life long ambition to volunteer and work with children at an Orphanage in Nepal for two weeks. It starts on November 16 and Marie will be working in a country where there....

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Tribal Tensions Resurface Again in Kenya, Worrying Many
FILE - In this Monday, Jan. 28, 2008 file photo, Kenyan men from the Luo tribe armed with machetes and rocks enforce a makeshift roadblock, searching passing vehicles for Kikuyus trying to flee the town in order to kill them, during post-election violence on the main road to the Ugandan border near the airport in Kisumu, Kenya.

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Race in Brazil, Part I
For many Americans, Brazil means Rio de Janeiro, Carnival, pretty women, and a mixed-race land of no racial tension. This makes Brazil a potential model for the United States: Immigration from the Third World will enrich us and miscegenation will make us one.

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Russian outrage at ‘sacrilegious’ Charlie Hebdo cartoon on Egypt plane crash
TWITTER Selina Sykes Charlie Hebdo poking fun at the tragic Russian plane crash The Kremlin blasted the "blasphemous" drawings about the tragic incident in Sinai which left all 224 passengers on board dead. It is believed the Metrojet plane was downed by a bomb planted by Islamic State (ISIS) jihadis.

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ICC agrees to push hearings on Ruto, Sang no-case-to-answer motion to January 2016
The ICC has pushed oral hearings on DP William Ruto and Radio journalist Joshua Sang no-case-to-answer motions from November 24 and 25 to January 14 and 15, 2016. The court said the push is to allow the court move the permanent premises. On Wednesday Ruto had asked the court to excuse him from....

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Host of political confab has anti-gay views
In an effort to court primary voters in the first-in-the-nation nominating state, Republican presidential candidates Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, and Bobby Jindal are all scheduled to speak Friday at the National Religious Liberties Conference — an evangelical confab in Des Moines, Iowa, that has....

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>>>ANSA/ Pope blasts money-craving clergymen
(By Paul Virgo). Vatican City, November 6 - Pope Francis on Friday blasted priests, including senior Church figures, who are "attached to money" and material goods. This week the Catholic Church was hit by the so-called VatiLeaks 2 scandal and the related publication of two books documenting alleged waste and lavish spending by clergymen.

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Tribal tensions resurface in Kenya
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Hundreds of young men armed with machetes cheered as a ruling party lawmaker called for attacks on opponents of a project to create part-time jobs for youths in his constituency. Opposing such a program in a country where many are jobless might seem bizarre, along with the....

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