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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
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Will The Ferguson Commission's Final Report Just Collect Dust On A Shelf?
At the end of the seven months of work from the Kerner Commission, as it would come to be known, the 11 members came to one basic conclusion: “Our nation is moving toward two societies, one black, one white -- separate and unequal.” Nearly 50 years later, history is repeating itself.

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Pope Francis Remembers Armenian ‘Christian Martyrs’
ROME (RFE/RL)—Pope Francis has drawn parallels between the ongoing persecution of ancient Christian communities of the Middle East and the suffering of Armenians in the region, which culminated in the 1915 genocide in Ottoman Turkey. Francis paid tribute to Armenians massacred “just for being....

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In her own voice
■ After an emotional Israeli premiere at Cinema City in her native Jerusalem, to which she returned as a student to study at the Hebrew University, and some years later for another relatively long period to make her debut as a director in the film version of the best-selling book by Amos Oz A Tale....

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How Apple changed this man's life in 15 seconds
Early start. The recent rise to fame marks a long journey for 40 year-old Bassy, who says he started singing at just three years old. One of 21 children to a police chief father, Bassy grew up in a village called Mintaba in central Cameroon. His dad built a church where his mother taught the kora, while Bassy and his siblings sang.

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Kenya: In Kenya Is God On the Side of ICC Suspects?
This past Sunday, Kenyans were transfixed by a bizarre spectacle in Kuresoi, Nakuru County: prayers to keep the evil spirits of the International Criminal Court (ICC) away. Although billed as the “mother of all prayer rallies”, prayers took a backseat to politicians trying to outdo each other on who could deliver the best putdown of the ICC.

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Australia to rule on Syria refugee intake within 24hrs
Text by Jill Fraser, photo by GetUp! MELBOURNE, Australia. The day after thousands joined candlelit vigils around Australia urging the government to increase its refugee intake, the prime minister has said he will decide in the next 24 hours how the country will respond to Syria’s refugee crisis.

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How Pope Francis has changed the rules of annulment
The changes were unanimously proposed by a panel of experts appointed by the pope in August of 2014 to study the matter. An annulment means a church tribunal finds a Catholic marriage between a man and a woman was not a real marriage because it did not meet one of several requirements for validity, such as informed consent or soundness of mind.

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Today's brief: What you need to know in Calgary
Good morning Calgary! It's partly cloudy and 7 C at 6 a.m. Here's what's happening in the city today. Weather. Good news, there's no rain in the forecast, but it will be cloudy today with a high of 15 C. Tonight those clouds will clear, only to return by the morning, and the temperature will dip to 5 C.

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How 15 seconds of an Apple ad changed Blick Bassy’s life
(CNN)It’s only 15 seconds of music, featuring a delicate jingle of banjo and guitar topped with a honeyed song in the dialect of Bassa. Yet it’s 15 seconds that changed everything for Blick Bassy, the Cameroonian musician whose song “Kiki” was chosen for Apple’s iPhone 6 advertising campaign, airing globally in June.

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First Draft: Today in Politics: Summer Lull Ends as Old Fights Greet Congress and Campaigns
Good Tuesday morning. Lawmakers return from their breaks well rested and ready to pick up the gauntlets from where they had dropped them. With Labor Day behind them, Congress and the presidential candidates have a chance to reassess their battle plans and to gird for the next stage of the fight.

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Why Trump is triumphant with Evangelicals... for now
New York Times columnist Frank Bruni is scratching his head over Donald Trump’s growing popularity with Evangelical Christians—and for good reason. How does one explain that a candidate like The Donald who has been married three times, runs casinos, discounts the need for asking God’s forgiveness,....

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No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and Mammon. Matthew, 6. 24

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