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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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Pope asks pardon for church's 'offenses' against indigenous
SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia (AP) — 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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Aust watching Beijing 'very closely'
The Australian government is watching Beijing very closely as it attempts to deal with a sharp slide in its stock market. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is confident China will do all it can to correct its stock exchange in an orderly fashion. "No doubt Beijing is facing challenges and we will watch....

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IS threat 'more dangerous, more complex than we've seen before': Bishop
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says her view of Islamic extremism as a more dangerous threat than anything Australia's faced before is formed after nearly two years of classified briefings and meetings with world leaders. She says it's up to cabinet colleague Malcolm Turnbull to explain the basis of....

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Aust watching Beijing 'very closely'
The Australian government is watching Beijing very closely as it attempts to deal with a sharp slide in its stock market. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is confident China will do all it can to correct its stock exchange in an orderly fashion. "No doubt Beijing is facing challenges and we will watch....

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Aust watching Beijing 'very closely'
The Australian government is watching Beijing very closely as it attempts to deal with a sharp slide in its stock market. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is confident China will do all it can to correct its stock exchange in an orderly fashion. "No doubt Beijing is facing challenges and we will watch....

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Bishop view of IS 'formed from briefings'
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says her view of Islamic extremism as a more dangerous threat than anything Australia's faced before is formed after nearly two years of classified briefings and meetings with world leaders. She says it's up to cabinet colleague Malcolm Turnbull to explain the basis of....

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Bishop view of IS 'formed from briefings'
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says her view of Islamic extremism as a more dangerous threat than anything Australia's faced before is formed after nearly two years of classified briefings and meetings with world leaders. She says it's up to cabinet colleague Malcolm Turnbull to explain the basis of....

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Pope denounces 'throwaway' culture of consumer society
SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia — Pope Francis denounced the "throwaway" culture of today's society that discards anyone who is unproductive as he celebrated his first public Mass in Bolivia on Thursday, one of the key days of his South American pilgrimage. It was to culminate with a summit of farmers,....

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Bishop view of IS 'formed from briefings'
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says her view of Islamic extremism as a more dangerous threat than anything Australia's faced before is formed after nearly two years of classified briefings and meetings with world leaders. She says it's up to cabinet colleague Malcolm Turnbull to explain the basis of....

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Bishop to raise Nauru concerns with leader
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop will speak with Nauru President Baron Waqa for a second time about Australia's concerns over the deteriorating situation in the tiny Pacific country. Other leaders and ministers at the Pacific Islands Forum foreign ministers meeting in Sydney this week have also raised....

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Bishop to raise Nauru concerns with leader
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop will speak with Nauru President Baron Waqa for a second time about Australia's concerns over the deteriorating situation in the tiny Pacific country. Other leaders and ministers at the Pacific Islands Forum foreign ministers meeting in Sydney this week have also raised....

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