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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
THANK YOU; Our journey wasn’t easy
Sanibonani balandzeli bek’dula, ninjani bafana bemkhuleko, bafana bemthantazo, libovu lidolobha, mahhala Weseli. I am so humbled maWeseli, and I say a big thank you to you all for opening the Insika accounts as a result Mr Gee was awarded E2 500 as the second best PRO in the promotion.

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Archbishop on Montreal dead at 78
MONTREAL - Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte, who oversaw the funerals of Maurice Richard and Pierre Elliott Trudeau during his 22 years as archbishop of Montreal, has died after a lengthy illness at the age of 78. A statement from the Archdiocese of Montreal says Turcotte died Wednesday at Marie-Clarac Hospital in the city.

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Walter Scott shooting: South Carolina police officer claimed he 'feared for his life' before video exposed him
Police officer Michael Slager said he "feared for his life" after stun gun was taken by Michael Scott during a fight. US police reports have come under scrutiny after a graphic video published by the New York Times showed white police officer Michael Slager shooting in the back and killing an unarmed black man in North Charleston, South Carolina.

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The archbishop on Montreal, Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte, dead at 78
MONTREAL - Cardinal Jean-Claude Turcotte, who oversaw the funerals of Maurice Richard and Pierre Elliott Trudeau during his 22 years as archbishop of Montreal, has died after a lengthy illness at the age of 78. A statement from the Archdiocese of Montreal says Turcotte died today at Marie-Clarac Hospital in the city.

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Church Demolitions Stir Up Anger, Confusion
Singing, drumming, clapping and cheering from congregants throughout the week is now a common sight in Kampala. But recently, the issue of loud worship has pitted people in the comfort of their homes or workplace against the right to freedom of worship. Some say the 'noise' is several decibels higher than normal.

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BAFTA TV nominations: Benedict Cumberbatch, Sheridan Smith and Olivia Colman all receive nods
Sheridan Smith is up for Leading Actress Full list of nominees: Leading Actor. BENEDICT CUMBERBATCH Sherlock – BBC One. TOBY JONES Marvellous – BBC Two. JAMES NESBITT The Missing – BBC One. JASON WATKINS The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies - ITV. Leading Actress. GEORGINA CAMPBELL Murdered by My Boyfriend – BBC Three.

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Nigerian Newspapers: 10 things you need to know this Wednesday morning
Good morning! Here are 10 things you need to know this morning: 1. Sixteen registered political parties in Rivers State on Tuesday embarked on a protest to the national headquarters of the Independent National Electoral Commission in Abuja, demanding that the state’s Resident Electoral Commissioner, Ms.

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The Counties: When Kenyan rapper Rabbit beat Nigerian Davido hands down
Kaka Sungura got a standing ovation as KOT attacked Davido. There have been heated debates ongoing on social media as #KOT (Kenyans on Twitter) came out to attack all those complaining about the apparent ‘poor show’ put up by Nigerian star Davido, with critics claiming that’s it’s time Kenyans start supporting their own.

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White South Carolina officer charged with murdering black man as he fled
"It’s not about race. It’s about power," attorney L. Chris Stewart, who is representing the Scott family, said in a telephone interview with the Los Angeles Times. "That officer thought he could just shoot this man. He thought Mr. Scott was expendable." If convicted, Slager could face the death penalty or life in prison.

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Messages of hope from blind JAMB candidates
■Say computer-based test boosts to their ambitions. By EVANGELINE ANUMBA. The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) seems to be one of the many innovative agencies in Nigeria considering their tendency to adapt technologies to their oeprations. This year, it conducted a full computer-based tests for all its candidates.

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Tonga prepares to celebrate Mafi's ordination
Preparations are underway in Tonga to celebrate the ordination of Soane Patita Paini Mafi as a cardinal of the Catholic Church. The Tongan King Tupou VI and other members of the royal family will attend the national celebration on Saturday. Radio Tonga reports the celebrations will be held at Saint Mary's square in 'Apifo'ou College.

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