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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
Christianity
Parents Must Return From Exile
Students are prohibited from arriving in school before 7.15am under new rules from the Education ministry. The rules, enacted this year, also state that public and private schools will run from Monday to Friday. Class hours will be from 8am to 3.30pm, while 3.30pm to 4.45pm will be time for co-curricular activities.

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Liberia: Eye On Presidency - Boakai Address 2017, Failed Foya Project
VP BOAKAI: Joe Boakai is from Lofa County; from Wasanga Town maybe about 15 minutes' drive from Foyah. As a matter of fact, I built the road all the way out there. Joseph Boakai was born unto the union of old lady Musu Kumba Kbetuo, who later on was a handicap. I saw my mother when I was still in grade school, losing her toe - one at a time.

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East Africa: Angola, South Africa Leaders for EAC Summit On Burundi
Heads of state from Angola and South Africa will tomorrow join their counterparts from the East African Community in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in an effort to pacify Burundi. The EAC presidents will be meeting for the second emergency meeting on Burundi, where dozens have been killed and over 100,000....

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Asiimwe’s passion is to talk about the pearl of Africa
Stephen Asiimwe. STEPHEN ASIIMWE is the chief executive officer of Uganda Tourism Board. Simon Kasyate hosted him on 91.3 Capital FM’s Desert Island Discs recently, where he shared his life story. Good evening and welcome, Stephen Asiimwe. Good evening, Simon.

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Pell will be asked to front Royal Commission
Cardinal George Pell will be asked to give evidence at the royal commission into child sex abuse in the second of the Ballarat hearings. In a statement on Monday the royal commission said international residents could not be summonsed to appear at a hearing.

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The "Jonorthernisation" of Buhari
An extremist Muslim ranting against innovation on Internet, saying all innovations are haram, may be transgressing behind the scene. But in which book did he read the Internet could be used for preaching? Did Prophet Muhammad (SAW), whose deeds and teachings we are copying, use the Net to preach?....

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Senior Catholic priest urges Cardinal George Pell to be given ‘fair go’ over abuse response
The Archbishop of Melbourne has leapt to the defence of Cardinal George Pell, urging the public to give Australia’s most senior Catholic official a “fair go”. In a statement released to media, Denis Hart recalled his lengthy friendship with Cardinal Pell, which began in the 1960s.

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Citizenship law changes defended by government despite concerns in cabinet
Government deputy whip Andrew Nikolic has defended plans to make citizenship laws tougher, saying that Australia should consider the needs of victims ahead of the rights of terrorists. Nikolic is one of 37 backbenchers calling on the cabinet to strengthen plans to strip citizens accused of terrorism of their Australian nationality.

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Burundi: Catholic Church Drops Backing for Burundi Election
Burundi's influential Catholic Church has withdrawn its support for the upcoming presidential and parliamentary elections, which have been marred by civil strive over President Pierre Nkurunziza's decision to stand for a third term. A statement on Thursday from Burundi's bishops criticised "the....

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Aquino can’t help win votes Serge
THE endorsement of President Aquino will not help win votes for Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas if he runs for President in the elections next year, a Malacanang ally in the Senate said on Sunday. “I have said this many times, [the President’s] endorsement has not proven to be much....

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Faith Ex-WDJX DJ Peter B., 2 others join priesthood Ex-WDJX DJ Peter B., 2 others join priesthood Three men were ordained into the Catholic priesthood on Saturday. Faith 19 hours, 58 minutes ago Gerth McConnell's terse backing of Bevin shows rift? McConne
Three men from various walks of life — a longtime radio personality, a Louisville native who has served in the church since youth and a former middle school math teacher — were ordained into the Catholic priesthood for the Archdiocese of Louisville on Saturday.

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