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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
Drama At Court As Pastor Yiga Appears Over Child Neglect Case
Kampala Business at the High Court in Kampala came to a standstill on Friday for about ten minutes as renowned city pastor Augustine Yiga looked for a quick way out of court premises to avoid journalists. This unfolded after the man of God had appeared before the Executions Division of the court on....

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Clock Boy Is A Rorschach Test For America
For folks who see America in negative light – a racist, xenophobic and Islamophobic country, commonly held views on college campuses and overseas, Ahmed appears to be an innocent victim of intolerant teachers and heavy handed police. The notion that a dark-skinned, Muslim kid from Sudan was arrested....

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Irvine Welsh and Janice Galloway shortlisted for Saltire Literary Awards
The “hotly contested” shortlist for the new Fiction Book of the Year award includes A Decent Ride by Irvine Welsh, Jellyfish by former Saltire Scottish Book of the Year winner Janice Galloway and the latest novel from Whitbread-award winning writer Kate Atkinson, God in Ruins.

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Christians must move with the times - Pope
Pubblicato il: 23/10/2015 15:53. Christians must adapt as times change, protected by their unwavering faith in Jesus, Pope Francis said on Friday, quoted by Vatican Radio. “Times are changing and we Christians must change continuously," Francis said in his homily during mass at the Vatican's Santa Marta residence, where he lives.

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Kenya: One million people to attend Papal Mass in Nairobi
Reverend Sister Ida Lagonegro, the community Superior of the Dimesse Sisters Community in Kangemi shows the vestments to be used by Pope Francis in the Papal Mass within Kangemi. (Photo:Reuters) Kenya's capital Nairobi will be covered in a sea of humanity for three days in November when at least a....

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Conspiracy theories flourish in Vatican after Pope health scare
After a choppy few weeks for Pope Francis, a strongly denied report that he has a brain tumour has sent Vatican and Italian conspiracy theorists into overdrive. "The timing chosen reveals the manipulative intention of throwing up a cloud of dust," the Vatican's Osservatore Romano claimed in its....

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Kenya: Officials Say Pope Looking Forward to Nairobi Mass
Nairobi Pope Francis is looking forward to holding mass in Kenya according to a Kenyan delegation that met him at the Vatican this week. Representing the County government of Nairobi when he met the Pope, Communications Director Walter Mongare said his enthusiasm was evident.

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Perspective: Freedom of and also from religion
But he may not have been off the mark — then or now. There are a number of issues, rooted in theological and religious differences — involving everything from the beginning of life to its end, and many matters in between — that divide our country. How these issues are resolved will determine whether....

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Ekwueme, Gbonigi, Clark, others eulogise Awolowo’s matriarch
Nigeria’s former vice president, Dr. Alex Ekwueme, along with the religious activist, Bishop Emmanuel Gbonigi, the frontline South-South Leader, Dr Edwin Clark, among other prominent Nigerian leaders, have extolled the sterling virtues of the late sage, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, who stood vehemently....

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Lightning's Namestnikov rises to Yzerman's challenge
In short, they needed to step up. And though Drouin gets most of the attention for his rise to the top line with captain Steven Stamkos, Namestnikov, 22, has quietly been one of the team's most consistent forwards, plus-3 heading into tonight's game against the Jets.

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Armenian Genocide Fueled the Holocaust, Says Atom Egoyan
YEREVAN (Public Radio of Armenia)—Canadian Armenian filmmaker Atom Egoyan’s newest work, Remember , was presented at Festival du Nouveau Cinéma last week and attempts to bring a material reality to the unfathomable tragedy of genocide, The Link Newspaper reports.

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