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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
Euro Berhad : Eastern Europe?s crisis of shame
By Jan T. Gross. As thousands of refugees pour into Europe to escape the horrors of war, with many dying along the way, a different sort of tragedy has played out in many of the European Union's newest member states. The states known collectively as " Eastern Europe ," including my native Poland ,....

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Barcelona begin title defence against apprehensive Roma
Rome: AS Roma supporters may be looking ahead to Barcelona's Champions League visit with some trepidation and coach Rudi Garcia certainly does not seem to be bursting with optimism. Roma have finished second in Serie A for the last two seasons but still there is still a clear gap between themselves....

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Pope Francis, Lebanese official warn of terrorist migrants
Pope Francis on Monday warned that terrorists might be trying to infiltrate Europe by sneaking in with the tens of thousands of migrants entering the continent from the Middle East. His fearful comment came the same day a Lebanese official warned British Prime Minister David Cameron he has a “gut....

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Bronwyn won’t say who she backed
SPECULATION is rife that Tony Abbott’s “political mother” Bronwyn Bishop turned on him at the 11th hour and voted for Malcolm Turnbull in Monday night’s leadership spill. Mrs Bishop is refusing to say whom she supported in the spill, dodging the question on multiple occasions.

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Pope Francis: 'Jesus Was Very Popular And Look How That Turned Out'
has jokily played the humility card in an interview with a Portuguese Catholic radio station. The pontiff, who is preparing to address huge crowds in Cuba and the United States, referred to his mass appeal in an interview with Portuguese Catholic radio station Radio Renascenca.

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A budget expert on what’s at stake with the budget fight
When Americans head to the polls for next year's presidential election, 43 states will be using electronic voting machines that are at least a decade old. We sat down with renowned budget expert Stan Collender to talk about what’s at stake in this budget fight and if he thinks the government will shut down.

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Today in the Sky World's first remote-control air traffic control tower is up and running World's first remote-control air traffic control tower is up and running Swedish airport is first in the world to try the technology as others in Europe consider it.
NEW YORK (AP) — Passengers landing at remote Ornskoldsvik Airport in northern Sweden might catch a glimpse of the control tower — likely unaware there is nobody inside. The dozen commercial planes landing there each day are instead watched by cameras, guided in by controllers viewing the video at another airport 90 miles away.

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'My gut says 1 in 50 Syrian refugees in Europe could be ISIS' - Lebanese minister warns
While there is no information on the number of refugees who might have ISIS members, Mr Saab said his “gut” told him it was happening. “Yes, they bring some people, the smugglers. They organise groups and send them out,” he told journalists when asked if militants could be coming to Europe under the guise of being refugees.

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Pope Francis discusses his popularity: 'Jesus was very popular, and look at how that turned out'
The Pontiff has endeared himself to thousands across the world with his modesty and openness by eschewing perks his predecessors have enjoyed and meeting personally with followers. His more progressive views on same-sex marriage, divorce, abortion and other contentious issues have also made him an increasingly popular figure.

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Barcelona begin title defence against apprehensive Roma
Roma have finished second in Serie A for the last two seasons but still there is still a clear gap between themselves and Europe's top clubs, despite the addition of Edin Dzeko and Mohamed Salah. Barcelona's visit to the Stadio Olimpico on Wednesday, which kicks off their Champions League title....

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Good News for Catholics
It was with great joy and excitement that Catholics throughout the Santa Barbara/Ventura area learned that Pope Francis had appointed three new auxiliary bishops to serve in the Los Angeles Archdiocese. It was equally welcome news that one of these new Bishops would be the world renowned and respected Fr.

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