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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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Christopher Pyne says cabinet leaker may not be one of six ministers named
Education Minister Christopher Pyne has defended the six cabinet ministers named in a detailed cabinet leak to Fairfax Media and suggested people should not assume they were the source of the story. In an interview with Sydney radio station 2GB, Mr Pyne denied he was the source of the leak,....

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Christopher Pyne says cabinet leaker may not be one of six ministers named
Education Minister Christopher Pyne has defended the six cabinet ministers named in a detailed cabinet leak to Fairfax Media and suggested people should not assume they were the source of the story. In an interview with Sydney radio station 2GB, Mr Pyne denied he was the source of the leak,....

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DFAT Secretary: PNG Wasn’t Told About Bougainville Mission
Revelation contradicts statement by Foreign Minister Bishop. By political reporters Melissa Clarke and Matthew Doran. MELBOURNE, Australia (Radio Australia, June 4, 2015) – Australia's chief diplomat has admitted the Papua New Guinean government was not told of Australia's plans to open a....

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Theater: 'Heisenberg' -- Be Certain It's Worth Seeing
Two people. Two tables. Two chairs. What more do you need for very satisfying theater? Nothing. Heisenberg is a world premiere play at Manhattan Theatre Club and it surely marks a very good week for author Simon Stephens. On Sunday, he'll be celebrated for The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The....

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APGA kicks over suspension of Abia Assembly’s inauguration
Irokansi had in a radio announcement said the indefinite suspension of inauguration of the state’s legislature was due to the inability of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to give Certificate of Return to member-elect for Isiala Ngwa South state constituency.

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Last Call: Don’t Think the USA Freedom Act Will Stop Government Snooping
One Nation, Under Surveillance: Armchair privacy activists cheered when the Senate swatted away Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's attempt to roll back Patriot Act reforms that would have allowed the National Security Agency to continue spying on who you call and when.

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Rick Santorum Lectures the Pope on Weighing in on Climate Change
R epublican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, a Catholic, describes himself as a “huge fan” of Pope Francis. Nonetheless, he thinks the Pope would do better to “leave science to the scientists” and stop talking about climate change. “I’ve said this to Catholic bishops many times—when they get....

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Turning Tampa Into A Hockey Town
The Tampa Bay area is known for its tropical weather and beautiful beaches. It's also home to some of the nation's most rabid hockey fans. How this waterfront community in the land of endless summer became an enthusiastic NHL stronghold is a decades-long tale involving Canadian snowbirds, a hedge....

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Papa Le Pen strikes again
PARIS — Marine Le Pen’s trip to Egypt last week was billed as an important step in building her presidential aura, a high-level visit that also aimed to show French Muslims her openness to the Arab world. Then her father intervened. A day before Marine, head of the far-right National Front, was due....

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Santorum Says Pope Francis, Who Has a Masters in Chemistry, Should 'Leave the Science to the Scientists'
On Monday, presidential candidate Rick Santorum did an interview with a local talk radio host where the topic of Pope Francis came up. Santorum, who is Catholic, said he was a “huge fan” of the Pope but that he disagreed with his viewpoint on climate change.

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El Paso region's only Catholic radio station, Radio Guadalupana, off the air
Radio Guadalupana, the region's only Catholic radio station, is no longer on the air. Sunday was the last day for the station, a 7-year project initiated by the Diocese of Juárez. The Catholic Diocese of El Paso participated by having 10 hours of weekly programming on "El Paso en Misión" which....

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