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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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Vatican: 'Communist crucifix' sign of dialogue, not ideology
SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia (AP) — Bolivia and the Vatican both sought Thursday to tamp down controversy over President Evo Morales' gift of a "Communist crucifix" to Pope Francis, insisting that no offense was intended or taken by the gesture. Morales gave Francis the crucifix carved into a hammer and....

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Vatican: ‘Communist crucifix’ sign of dialogue, not ideology
Bolivia and the Vatican both sought on Thursday to tamp down controversy over President Evo Morales’ gift of a “Communist crucifix” to Pope Francis, insisting that no offense was intended or taken by the gesture. Mr. Morales gave Pope Francis the crucifix carved into a hammer and sickle upon Pope....

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An Evangelical Revival in the Heart of New York
The sky-blue walls of the former Vaudeville theater thundered with faith on Sunday morning in Corona, Queens. Some 600 worshipers rose to join the Latino band in song, shaking their tambourines, heads and hands in electric rapture. The capacity crowd quieted when the pastor, Victor Tiburcio, took....

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Vatican: 'Communist crucifix' sign of dialogue, not ideology
SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia (AP) — Bolivia and the Vatican both sought Thursday to tamp down controversy over President Evo Morales' gift of a "Communist crucifix" to Pope Francis, insisting that no offense was intended or taken by the gesture. Morales gave Francis the crucifix carved into a hammer and....

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Pope seeks pardon in Bolivia for church’s ‘offenses’ against indigenous, gets ‘Communist crucifix’
SANTA CRUZ, BOLIVIA – Pope Francis apologized Thursday for the sins and “offenses” committed by the Catholic Church against indigenous peoples during the colonial-era conquest of the Americas. History’s first Latin American pope “humbly” begged forgiveness during an encounter in Bolivia with....

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Vatican: 'Communist Crucifix' Sign of Dialogue, Not Ideology
and the Vatican both sought Thursday to tamp down controversy over President Evo Morales ' gift of a "Communist crucifix" to Pope Francis, insisting that no offense was intended or taken by the gesture. Morales gave Francis the crucifix carved into a hammer and sickle upon Francis' arrival in....

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Pope begs forgiveness for sins and 'offences' of church against indigenous of America
SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia - Pope Francis apologized Thursday for the sins and "offences" committed by the Catholic Church against indigenous peoples during the colonial-era conquest of the Americas. History's first Latin American pope "humbly" begged forgiveness during an encounter in Bolivia with....

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Julie Bishop to raise concerns with Nauru over prosecution of opposition
There are growing international concerns about civil liberties and the legal system on Nauru after opposition MPs were arrested in June. Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop gives her opening remarks at the Pacific Islands Forum foreign ministers meeting. Photograph: Peter Parks/AFP/Getty Images.

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Bolivia's president causes stir with unusual pope gift
Bolivia's President Evo Morales handed Pope Francis an unusual and some say ''provocative'' gift Thursday during the pontiff's visit to the country: a carving of Christ crucified on a wooden sickle and hammer. The sculpted juxtaposition of two of the world's most potent symbols, Christianity and communism, was made by Jesuit priest Luis Espinal.

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Greens Expect Australian Government To Stay Silent About Nauru
Foreign Minister considered political challenges a ‘domestic issue’ WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, July 10, 2015) – Australian Greens Senator, Sarah Hanson-Young, is not expecting the Australian Government to speak out over the political unravelling in Nauru.

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IS SHORTEN SAFE?: Albanese defends opposition leader amid commission saga
Labor politicians are defending their boss, Bill Shorten, after his credibility was questioned during a royal commission into trade unions. Senior Labor MP Anthony Albanese believes the opposition leader's time at the party's helm is "certainly not" over.

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