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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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Hamilton Wins British GP After Thrilling Race
Lewis Hamilton seized back control of the British Grand Prix after being overtaken on the first corner to win his fifth race of the season on Sunday and strengthen his Formula One title defense. A Mercedes one-two was just as forecast — with Nico Rosberg completing a ninth consecutive double podium....

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Hamilton wins British GP after thrilling race
Hamilton wins British GP in thrilling race to extend F1 lead to 17 points over Rosberg British Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, left, celebrates with teammate and second placed driver German Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg after winning the British Formula One Grand Prix at Silverstone circuit, Silverstone, England, Sunday, July 5, 2015.

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At An Asylum In Juarez, Mexico, 'We Believe In Hope'
Fifteen miles past the city limits of Juarez, an insane asylum serves as the last stop for a group of indigent and mentally ill people. It's called Vision en Accion , or Vision in Action, and it sits like a citadel in a filthy desert dotted with dumps and junkyards, in an area haunted by years of....

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"Palestine", Islamic State and Double Standards
The international response to recognizing one without recognizing the other is another example of the lack of standards in the today's world. UNESCO, the United Nations and just this week - the Vatican - have recognised that the “State of Palestine” exists despite the fact that it lacks all four....

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Gospel Music: Should Churches Pay Artistes For Performances?
When Gospel artistes sing in church and at church concerts, are they evangelising or plying their trade? Should they demand to be paid or render their services for free as ministering for God? SAMUEL ABULUDE seeks answers to the raging issue, in this piece.

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The week in radio – Beats 1; Bunk Bed; Crisis in the Curry Kitchen
Beats 1 Bunk Bed (Radio 4) | Crisis in the Curry Kitchen (Radio 4) | iPlayer Last week, the BBC made several announcements about itself, but let’s ignore the whither Wimbledon palavers and keep to the ones that affect radio. Early in the week, Radio 4 revealed the highlights of its new radio season....

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Albay heeds Pope’s climate change call
LEGAZPI CITYAlbay pushed its already acclaimed climate change drive and responded to Pope Francis’ encyclical “Laudato Si” by adding five new items in its weekly flag-raising ceremonies to promote awareness on the urgency of global action on the climate change. Following the issuance of the pope second encyclical, Albay Gov.

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Pray sell: Divine intervention might be needed in nuns' property battle
"Mary, Mother of Divine Mercy, PRAY FOR US." So says the poster at a religious retirement home where mega-star Katy Perry recently sang "Oh Happy Day" to several Immaculate Heart nuns, hoping to win their backing for her purchase of a former convent in Los Feliz.

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Pray sell: Divine intervention might be needed in nuns' property battle
"Mary, Mother of Divine Mercy, PRAY FOR US." So says the poster at a religious retirement home where mega-star Katy Perry recently sang "Oh Happy Day" to several Immaculate Heart nuns, hoping to win their backing for her purchase of a former convent in Los Feliz.

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David Jackson, longtime CBS correspondent, dies at 70
Longtime CBS Radio News correspondent David Jackson died of cancer Thursday at his home in Kula, Hawaii. He was 70. Jackson reported on many of the important events marked on the timeline of modern history. He was on the ground in Beijing during the Tiananmen Square student protests.

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The Goss: Peta Credlin dines with adoption campaigners Deborra-Lee Furness and Hugh Jackman
"I've gone through several prime ministers and this is the first one that has had the intelligence, the wherewithal and the energy to actually do something. We're talking about decades of dysfunction here to what we've done in the past, this is not only about moving legislation, it's moving a culture.

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