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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
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First Syrian refugees due by Christmas
Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday announced Australia would make a one-off boost to its current 13,750 refugee and humanitarian intake by 12,000 permanent places over the rest of this financial year. "This is a very significant increase in Australia's humanitarian intake and it's a generous....

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'I loved St Anne's but it's sad the way it ended there' Former musical director of St Anne's Cathedral Philip Stopford has broken his silence following his dismissal from the post he loved.
Philip (38) was forced to sign a confidentiality clause barring him from discussing the events which led to the axing of his post, and which the Cathedral officially said at the time was for financial reasons. Now, though, the English composer claims, had his position not been made redundant he would still be in Belfast - a city he said he loved.

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The Paper Review: "Happy days, Yates and I have something to rejoice about our lifestyle!"
As you might imagine, Ivan and Chris are particularly interested in sleep it’s a rare treat for the staff of a radio breakfast show. So when he saw a report this morning on a study on the dangers of 9-5 he was excited “Happy days, Yates and I have something to rejoice about our lifestyle,” he said.

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First Syrian refugees due by Christmas
Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday announced Australia would make a one-off boost to its current 13,750 refugee and humanitarian intake by 12,000 permanent places over the rest of this financial year. "This is a very significant increase in Australia's humanitarian intake and it's a generous....

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Rev. Morris to speak at Foundation of Faith Dinner
The Rev. Jonathan Morris, a news commentator and director of the Catholic Channel on Sirius XM radio, will be the keynote speaker at the 9th Annual Foundation of Faith Dinner on Sept. 17 at the El Paso convention center. The priest has authored several books including "The Way of Serenity: Finding Peace and Happiness in the Serenity Prayer.

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Minute by Minute
Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic on Tuesday called the president of the opposition HDZ and candidate for PM of the Patriotic Coalition, Tomislav Karamarko, a... The leaders of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Croatian People's Party (HNS), Autochthonous Croatian Peasant Party (AHSS), Croatian Labour Party and Zagorje Party (ZS).

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World Why Iranian youth are endorsing the nuclear agreement Why Iranian youth are endorsing the nuclear agreement TEHRAN, Iran — Medical students hang out in front of the University of Tehran one stifling summer day, chatting and checking their smartphone
TEHRAN — Medical students hang out in front of the University of Tehran one stifling summer day, chatting and checking their smartphones. Asked about the nuclear agreement that had recently been signed in Vienna, they quickly offer opinions about a deal that could dramatically shape their lives.

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World Britain prepared for more drone strikes on own nationals Britain prepared for more drone strikes on own nationals Britain's defense minister on Tuesday said the United Kingdom was prepared to launch more drone strikes in Syria, even against British
Britain's defense minister on Tuesday said the United Kingdom was prepared to launch more drone strikes in Syria, even against its own British nationals, if there was no other way of keeping the country's streets safe from terrorists. Britain confirmed Monday that Royal Air Force drone strikes....

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Australia to take 12,000 more Syrian refugees
The message was reinforced back home by World Vision chief Tim Costello, who said bringing extra refugees to Australia was just "the pimple on the hippopotamus" in terms of an overall response. Australia should give $144 million this year alone to make up its fair share of funding, he told ABC radio on Wednesday.

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Reactions to the trilogy about the controversy on Buhari’s war against corruption PATRICK: As I promised last week, I am dedicating this week’s column to the reactions to my...
As I promised last week, I am dedicating this week’s column to the reactions to my trilogy of sorts on the controversy stirred by the attacks on President Muhammadu Buhari’s declared war on corruption, notably the attacks from Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah and Professor Ben Nwabueze.

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Jihadi John on top of UK secret 'kill list' The Telegraph
© Rex Jihadi John tops secret 'kill list' of five Isil extremists The Telegraph understands that five more Isil extremists are being targeted for further drone strikes in Syria after three extremists were killed in precision attack last month. Jihadi John is at the head of a "kill list" of five Isil....

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