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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
Tumultuous Lib events 'ancient history'
What counts as ancient history: last weekend or six years ago? The definition depends on which federal minister you ask about events that spilt the Liberal Party this week and led to the toppling of leader Tony Abbott and the elevation of Malcolm Turnbull.

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Tumultuous Lib events 'ancient history'
What counts as ancient history: last weekend or six years ago? The definition depends on which federal minister you ask about events that spilt the Liberal Party this week and led to the toppling of leader Tony Abbott and the elevation of Malcolm Turnbull.

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Razor wire closes border; stops refugees
"We don't like building fences, but up until we are able to reinstate border control on the natural border/green borders of the country, we have no other choice." Registration and entry to Hungary will now be possible only at two assigned entry points, he said.

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Why Pope Francis Said He Feels 'Used' by Fake Friends
Ahead of his highly anticipated first visit to the U.S., Pope Francis opened up about a more personal issue during a radio interview, saying he has felt "used" by the "quote-unquote friends" he has made since he was named pontiff. While speaking with Argentine radio station Milenium, the pope....

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Hungary declares emergency, seals border, detains migrants
Hungary declared a state of emergency and shut its border to refugees Tuesday as the infighting among European nations over the crisis intensified. Heavily armed soldiers with dogs walked the demarcation between Hungary and Serbia and watched as it was sealed off with massive coils of barbed wire.

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Refugee surge to Europe raises concern about militants
PARIS (AP) — When Islamic State extremists lost control of a key crossroads town in northern Syria in June, some militants shed their jihadi garb and blended in with the flood of Syrians fleeing across the Turkish border. Since then, the exodus of Syrians and Iraqis toward Europe has surged — and....

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Refugee surge to Europe raises concern about militants
PARIS (AP) — When Islamic State extremists lost control of a key crossroads town in northern Syria in June, some militants shed their jihadi garb and blended in with the flood of Syrians fleeing across the Turkish border. Since then, the exodus of Syrians and Iraqis toward Europe has surged — and....

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Why Pope Francis Said He Feels 'Used' by Fake Friends
Ahead of his highly anticipated first visit to the U.S., Pope Francis opened up about a more personal issue during a radio interview, saying he has felt “used” by the “quote-unquote friends” he has made since he was named pontiff. While speaking with Argentine radio station Milenium, the pope....

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Refugee surge to Europe raises concern about militants
Surge of refugees to Europe raises concern over whether militants are among them Refugees queue up for a bus, as they arrive at the border between Austria and Hungary, Heiligenkreuz, Austria, late Tuesday Sept. 15, 2015. Austria's Interior Ministry says temporary border controls with Hungary will be in effect immediately after midnight Tuesday.

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Refugee surge to Europe raises concern about militants
PARIS (AP) " When Islamic State extremists lost control of a key crossroads town in northern Syria in June, some militants shed their jihadi garb and blended in with the flood of Syrians fleeing across the Turkish border. Since then, the exodus of Syrians and Iraqis toward Europe has surged " and....

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Refugee surge to Europe raises concern about militants
PARIS (AP) — When Islamic State extremists lost control of a key crossroads town in northern Syria in June, some militants shed their jihadi garb and blended in with the flood of Syrians fleeing across the Turkish border. Since then, the exodus of Syrians and Iraqis toward Europe has surged — and....

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