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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
Call for National Day of Prayer Is Abusing God’s Name, claims Hichilema
Opposition United Party for National Development president Hakainde Hichilema has set conditions for attending October, 18 National Day of Prayer declared by President Edgar Lungu. Featuring on QfM Radio yesterday, Hichilema said calling for national prayers on matters that were an act of human failure amounted to abusing the name of God.

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Dutton defends NZ deportations
Immigration minister Peter Dutton is standing by the government's policy that has increasing numbers of New Zealand criminals facing deportation. The New Zealand government is concerned about new immigration laws that mean anyone who isn't a citizen and who has served a sentence of 12 months or more can be sent home.

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People's pope in land of money
So, while James Blake has long excelled on the court, James Frascatore excels at being sued in court. Frascatore has a clear pattern of racist violence against innocent citizens. It is only because he assaulted a man of means, a celebrity, captured on video, that his conduct is under scrutiny.

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Religion Locals condemn, praise Davis' visit with pope Locals condemn, praise Davis' visit with pope Catholics and others in Kentuckiana reacted in sharply different ways to the news of the Pope's visit with Kim Davis Religion 1 hour, 59 minutes ago Spons
Some Louisville Catholics denounced Pope Francis for secretly meeting with Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis last week while others praised him for championing religious freedom. Dolores Delahanty, a civil rights activist and former county commissioner, wrote Francis a letter on Facebook saying that she was “deeply disappointed and aggrieved.

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What Happened In 'Heroes Reborn' Episode 3
'Heroes Reborn' Spoilers: A Weapon Against Evolved Humans Is Revealed; What Happened In 'Under The Mask' Miko (Kiki Sukezane, middle) fights off guards in the Yomagato Tower in Japan on "Heroes Reborn" episode 3. Ian Watson/NBC. The Evos can run from regular humans, but now they can’t hide on " Heroes Reborn.

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Dutton defends NZ deportations
THE New Zealand government is concerned about new immigration laws that mean anyone who isn't a citizen and who has served a sentence of 12 months or more can be sent home. Nearly 200 New Zealanders are being held in detention centres, including the notorious facility on Christmas Island, awaiting deportation.

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Wayne Can community colleges save Highland Park schools? Can community colleges save Highland Park schools? A state lawmaker is having discussions with community colleges about creating a K-14 system for Highland Park students. Wayne 5 hours, 52 minutes a
The struggling Highland Park school district could be in for an overhaul: The emergency manager for the district and some state lawmakers are having conversations with community colleges interested in designing a K-14 system for students in the city. "I'm hoping that we're able to put a cogent plan....

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Dutton defends NZ deportations
Immigration minister Peter Dutton is standing by the government's policy that has increasing numbers of New Zealand criminals facing deportation. The New Zealand government is concerned about new immigration laws that mean anyone who isn't a citizen and who has served a sentence of 12 months or more can be sent home.

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull rides a Melbourne tram, laments lack of AFL grand final fever on public holiday
Have you seen any grand final fever in Melbourne on this inaugural grand final eve public holiday, because Malcolm Turnbull is looking for it? Our Prime Minister hopped on a Route 11 tram on Friday morning, but lamented the lack of grand final fever in the country's AFL capital.

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Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull rides a Melbourne tram, laments lack of AFL grand final fever on public holiday
Have you seen any grand final fever in Melbourne on this inaugural grand final eve public holiday, because Malcolm Turnbull is looking for it? Our Prime Minister hopped on a Route 11 tram on Friday morning, but lamented the lack of grand final fever in the country's AFL capital.

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Scott Lively Could Face Fine For Anti-Gay Efforts
A lawsuit by Sexual Minorities Uganda, an LGBT advocacy group, alleges that Lively conspired with Ugandan religious and political leaders since 2002 to incite anti-gay sentiment in that country that has resulted in housing and employment discrimination, arrest, torture and the murder of gays and lesbians.

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