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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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Refugees welcomed in Germany
UN, Pope Francis urge more action BERLIN: Thousands of exhausted migrants received a hero’s welcome as they streamed into Germany on Sunday as the UN criticized the huge disparity in European efforts to help them. As well-wishers turned out en masse at train stations in Munich, Frankfurt and other....

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“Remembering our Men’s Week 2014 Honouree” By Dr. Ronya Foy Connor
Welcome to “The Gender Corner,” published in collaboration with The Anguillian newspaper. This week we are remembering the life, wisdom and impact of one of our Men’s Week 2014 honourees; Rev. Dr. A. Ambrose Richardson. In this transcription of a June 2014 radio interview, Pastor Ambrose emphasizes....

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Pope Francis: Armenians were persecuted just for being Christians
Armenians were the first nation to convert to Christianity and were persecuted just for being Christians, Pope Francis said after Mass on Monday morning celebrated with Patriarch of Cilicia of the Armenians, His Beatitude Gregory Peter XX Ghabroyan. “The Armenian people were persecuted, chased away from their homeland, helpless, in the desert.

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Pope celebrates Santa Marta Mass with Armenian Patriarch
15:52, 7 September, 2015 YEREVAN, SEPTEMBER 7, ARMENPRESS. Pope Francis’ morning Mass in the chapel of the Santa Marta residence on Monday was an extraordinary occasion: it saw the recently-elected Patriarch of Cilicia of the Armenians, His Beatitude Gregory Peter XX Ghabroyan, concelebrate the....

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Labour leadership: whatever the result politics is about to get livelier
A Corbyn victory would be both exciting and dangerous for Labour but there would be ructions too if one of the other candidates were to triumph. Jeremy Corbyn’s rallies have been likened to a revivalist movement: big crowds but no bigger congregation in chapel next Sunday. Photograph: Rob Stothard/Getty Images.

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The South Aussies that live in the 70s
Five decades on, we’re less prone to rock afros but the best of the 70s is back. You don’t need to look far to find South Australians who are inspired by the looks, sounds and sights of the era. “The 60s and 70s have played a huge part in not only defining my personal style but my whole. career,” says 24-year-old dressmaker Jordan Bishop.

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Archbishop Pledge to Share Nation's Situation With Pope
Juba Archbishop Paulino Lukudu of the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba on September 1 pledged to share with the Pope the situation of South Sudan for the Holy Father to pray and bless the young country. He was speaking to journalists at Juba International Airport prior to his departure to Rome, where he....

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Poll finds Poles divided over asylum for refugees
Refugees cheer as they arrive at the main train station in Munich, Germany, 06 September 2015. Many of the refugees are fleeing war-torn countries such as Syria and Afghanistan, and thus qualify for international protection, but EU countries disagree on how to best handle the surge.

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Vatican will shelter 2 families ‘fleeing death,’ pope says; cardinal says others ready, too
Pope Francis waves to faithful as he arrives to recite the Angelus noon prayer from his studio window overlooking St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican, Sunday, Sept. 6, 2015. The Vatican will shelter two families of refugees “who are fleeing death” from war or hunger, Pope Francis announced Sunday as....

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Prime Minister Tony Abbott open to reshuffle by end of year, expects Joe Hockey to keep his job
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is leaving the door open for a frontbench reshuffle, a move Social Services Minister Scott Morrison indicated would not come as a surprise. Today's two-year anniversary of the Abbott Government comes ahead of the Canning by-election and amid internal disquiet about the performance of Treasurer Joe Hockey.

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Prime Minister urged to consider reviving Howard era-style temporary visas to help Syrian refugees
Prime Minister Tony Abbott is facing internal pressure to open the way for an additional special humanitarian intake of Syrian refugees. A number of ministers have signalled plans to raise the issue at today's Cabinet meeting. Australia has committed to take 13,750 refugees from across the world this financial year.

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