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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
BBC's Nolan facing summons as witness in trial of 'satanic Islam' preacher BBC presenter Stephen Nolan could be summoned as a witness in the trial of a preacher facing charges over an anti-Islamic sermon.
The 78-year-old is facing two charges after describing Islam as "heathen" and "satanic". A solicitor told Belfast Magistrates Court that Pastor McConnell would be contesting the charges, brought under the 2003 Communications Act. Paul Dougan said there was significant support for the pastor. "This case will be contested," he confirmed.

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Retrospectivity should be limited in proposed citizenship laws: committee
A high-powered parliamentary committee has recommended narrowing the scope of proposed new citizenship laws and making them retrospective in limited circumstances. The bill, before Parliament, would allow Australian citizenship to be revoked from dual nationals involved in terrorism.

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Retrospectivity should be limited in proposed citizenship laws, security committee says
A high-powered parliamentary committee has recommended narrowing the scope of proposed new citizenship laws and making them retrospective in limited circumstances. The bill, before Parliament, would allow Australian citizenship to be revoked from dual nationals involved in terrorism.

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Retrospectivity should be limited in proposed citizenship laws, security committee says
A high-powered parliamentary committee has recommended narrowing the scope of proposed new citizenship laws and making them retrospective in limited circumstances. The bill, before Parliament, would allow Australian citizenship to be revoked from dual nationals involved in terrorism.

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All set for Christ TV gospel awards
NOMINATIONS for the second edition of Emmanuel and Ruth Makandiwa Invitational Concert Awards Night (Permican) awards to be held at the City Sports Centre on September 19 under the auspices of Christ TV are now out, in what promises to be a stiff showdown between local gospel greats in 17 categories.

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Equality is seen through prism of Twitter
Time for a return to true liberal values, which tolerate views with which we strongly disagree, writes David Robertson. ‘FOR too long we have been a passively tolerant society, saying to our citizens, ‘as long as you obey the law we will leave you alone’.

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Freddie Gray and William Porter: Two sons of Baltimore whose lives collided
BALTIMORE — They were born 11 blocks and less than two months apart in a city notoriously perilous for black boys. Freddie Gray Jr. and William G. Porter Jr. did not know each other, but their lives circled and mirrored one another for 25 years. Each was named after his father.

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Abbott government under pressure to cut Nauru aid after New Zealand crackdown
The Abbott government has been urged to cut funding to Nauru after the New Zealand government suspended $1.2 million allocated to the nation's judicial system due to concerns about civil rights abuses. New Zealand's Foreign Minister Murray McCully has withheld justice funding to the tiny Pacific....

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'Satanic Islam' preacher James McConnell hopes prosecution may be thrown out
Lawyers for a firebrand preacher who branded Islam "satanic" and "heathen" hopes to have his prosecution thrown out of court. A defence solicitor for Pastor James McConnell said they were still awaiting disclosure of key documents, including a police officer's notebook.

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Abbott government under pressure to cut Nauru aid after New Zealand crackdown
The Abbott government has been urged to cut funding to Nauru after the New Zealand government suspended $1.2 million allocated to the nation's judicial system due to concerns about civil rights abuses. New Zealand's Foreign Minister Murray McCully has withheld justice funding to the tiny Pacific....

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Evangelical preacher James McConnell in court after he branded Islam 'satanic'
Hundreds have turned out to support an evangelical preacher who has appeared in court after he branded Islam 'satanic' and 'heathen'. Pastor James McConnell, 78, from Newtownabbey, Co Antrim, was at Belfast Magistrates' Court charged over comments he made in a controversial sermon, which was streamed online last year.

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