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Welcome to European Gospel Radio (EGR)!

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Andriy J. Semotiuk: Roman Kupchinsky's lessons for Ukraine today
However, I thought that a more personal reflection on Roman’s life, and the values that he fought for back then, might help strengthen our resolve today to meet the upcoming challenges on the eastern front in the months ahead. I first heard about Kupchinsky in the summer of 1967.

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Pope Francis Prays In Front Of The Shroud Of Turin, Calls It An 'Icon' Of Christ's Love
In this pool photo taken Sunday, June 21, 2015, and made available Monday, June 22, Pope Francis prays in front of the Holy Shroud, the 14 foot-long linen revered by some as the burial cloth of Jesus, on display at the Cathedral of Turin, Italy, Sunday, June 21, 2015.

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Obama talks tough on racism
It is very unusual for a politician to speak so frankly on a topic so many Americans are uncomfortable with, writes Jérôme CARTILLIER For a frustrated President Barack Obama, last week’s slaughter of nine black churchgoers proves once again that the United States has yet to exorcise its racist demons.

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After killings, Obama toughens tone on US racism
For a frustrated US President Barack Obama, last week’s slaughter of nine black churchgoers proves once again that the US has yet to exorcise its racist demons. However, just to underline the point, he showed in remarks released on Monday that he is not afraid to use a term that most Americans would blanch at in an effort to convey his frustration.

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Willy Chirino: “I feel tremendous nostalgia for Cuba”
HAVANA TIMES — We went into an office with an eclectic décor that still owed much to the colonial style. On the wall, the acknowledgements received over nearly 50 years mixed perfectly with family photos and a guitar that seemed a witness to every word, gesture and expression.

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1,000 Days: Pastor Saeed Abedini's Iran imprisonment marks grim milestone
American Pastor Saeed Abedini has now spent 1,000 days in captivity in Iran – nearly three years suffering in prison – separated from his wife, Naghmeh, and their two young children. No one could have imagined that he would be imprisoned this long when he was taken into custody by Iranian authorities in 2012 simply because of his Christian faith.

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David Beckham proudly poses next to the Queen: 'My nan and grandad would have been so proud'
has spoken of his pride after joining the Queen at Buckingham Palace alongside a host of stars. The former footballer took pride of place to celebrate the first ever winners of the Queen's Young Leaders programme. David Walliams, Sir John Major, Rob Brydon, Duncan Bannatyne and John Bishop also....

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Argentine pope looms large at home but stays away so as not to influence ...
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - Pope Francis' homeland of Argentina is not on the itinerary for his South American tour in July. The pontiff hasn't been back since he became pope more than two years ago, and the Vatican says he doesn't want to influence October's presidential election by visiting now.

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Australian coalition endorses law to revoke citizenship
MELBOURNE, Australia. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is set to introduce to parliament Wednesday a controversial law under which dual nationals suspected of involvement in “terrorism” will be stripped of citizenship. He told reporters the bill will be introduced "first thing" after it....

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Obama uses N-word to make racism point
US President Barack Obama makes a statement to the press. Credit: AFP For a frustrated President Barack Obama, last week's slaughter of nine black churchgoers proves once again that the United States has yet to exorcise its racist demons. But, just to underline the point, he showed in remarks....

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Pope to stay away from homeland during South American visit
Pope Francis’ homeland of Argentina is not on the itinerary for his South American tour in July. The pontiff hasn’t been back since he became pope more than two years ago, and the Vatican says he doesn’t want to influence October’s presidential election by visiting now.

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