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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
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Bishop Doran apologises for radio remarks
Bishop Doran appeared on the station’s Breakfast programme in a segment focusing on the upcoming same-sex marriage referendum where a wide range of issues were discussed. Among his controversial claims, which received international backlash, was comparing homosexuality to down’s syndrome and spina....

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The Vatican hosted a Latvian Presidency seminar about the unique facsimile of the Terra Mariana album
The album provides information on the history of Christianity in Latvia and Estonia – the former territory of Livonia – and this was a chance for the wider public to see and hear about the contents of the album. The seminar was opened by the President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, Cardinal....

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Two years and counting: Pope's opponents play waiting game
Two years after Pope Francis swept into the Vatican vowing to shake up the Church, his opponents are playing a waiting game as they seek to put the brakes on his reform drive. The first leader of the world's Roman Catholics to come from Latin America has been credited with bringing a breath of fresh....

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Abbott in alignment with Mugabe over UN 'lecturing'
So "Australians are sick of being lectured to by the United Nations" , according the Prime Minister ("UN torture report puts Abbott on attack", March 10, p5). Well, no. I'd say many Australians are very happy that the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Juan Mendez - like Gillian Triggs before him - is telling it like it is.

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Abbott in alignment with Mugabe over UN 'lecturing'
So "Australians are sick of being lectured to by the United Nations" , according the Prime Minister ("UN torture report puts Abbott on attack", March 10, p5). Well, no. I'd say many Australians are very happy that the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Juan Mendez - like Gillian Triggs before him - is telling it like it is.

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Mastermind of police recruitment scam arrested
One of the principal architects of the recent police recruitment scam has been arrested. Joseph Seidu Awuni, who was arrested at his hideout in Accra on Monday night, is currently assisting the Special Investigations Taskforce (SIT) investigating the scandal that left many desperate youth stranded....

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Your morning read for Thursday, March 12, 2015 in Toronto
Plenty of sunshine will grace Toronto on Thursday as the city works to reach its late afternoon daytime high of 1 C. Overnight, the temperature will fall to -4 C. A number of TTC routes are affected due to strike actions at York University and the University of Toronto.

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Islam can be a violent faith, says Queen's chaplain Rev Gavin Ashenden
There are passages in the Koran which ‘invite people to violence’, one of the Queen’s chaplains said last night. Reverend Canon Gavin Ashenden, the former chaplain of Sussex University and one of 35 who serve Her Majesty, expressed concern about more than 100 passages in the Muslim holy book.

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ASTRA Awards 2015 winners: Wentworth scoops best Australian drama for second year in a row
Acclaimed local series – inspired by the late 1970s hit Prisoner – was named most outstanding Australian drama for the second year running at the 2015 ASTRA Awards. Danielle Cormack has won an ASTRA for her role as Bea Smith in Wentworth. Lead actor Danielle Cormack, who plays Bea Smith, won the....

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ASTRA Awards 2015 winners: Wentworth scoops best Australian drama for second year in a row
Lead actor Danielle Cormack, who plays Bea Smith, won the most outstanding performance by a female actor award. This follows her castmate, Nicole da Silva, getting the gong last year. The Australian Subscription Television and Radio Association Awards – essentially the "Logies of pay TV" – were held at The Star in Sydney on Thursday.

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Two years and counting: Pope's opponents play waiting game
Last Updated On 12 March,2015 About 48 minutes ago Francis has also encountered subtle opposition to his bid to reform the Curia. Vatican City (AFP) - Two years after Pope Francis swept into the Vatican vowing to shake up the Church, his opponents are playing a waiting game as they seek to put the brakes on his reform drive.

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