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EGR European Gospel Radio

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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
View from the Street: PM reminds First Australians where they stand
"Let me tell y'all what it's like / to be male, middle-class and white…" So anyway, yesterday the PM declared that remote indigenous communities living in their traditional lands was a "lifestyle choice". The context of this claim is that the Liberal WA government has announced that it plans to....

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View from the Street: PM reminds First Australians where they stand
"Let me tell y'all what it's like / to be male, middle-class and white…" So anyway, yesterday the PM declared that remote indigenous communities living in their traditional lands was a "lifestyle choice". The context of this claim is that the Liberal WA government has announced that it plans to....

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Press digest
The following are the top stories in the Maltese and overseas press. Times of Malta and The Malta Independent lead with the controversy over ministerial direction which led Enemalta to hedge oil purchases from Azeri company Socar. The Energy Minister insisted he had not interfered and did nothing wrong.

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Children of displaced persons struggle for education amid odds
They are displaced but the fight for survival continues. The landowners are on their necks, the fight for a sharing formula of relief materials persists, while the relief materials are actually not forth coming. At their self-styled camp, while the adults battle landowners on a possible eviction,....

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Children of displaced persons struggle for education amid odds
They are displaced but the fight for survival continues. The landowners are on their necks, the fight for a sharing formula of relief materials persists, while the relief materials are actually not forth coming. At their self-styled camp, while the adults battle landowners on a possible eviction,....

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2 Pa. lawmakers, former House member arrested on corruption charges
PHILADELPHIA — An influence-peddling case that Attorney General Kathleen Kane rejected has netted six arrests of public officials on bribery charges and the Philadelphia district attorney's investigation continues, a lead prosecutor said Tuesday. “It's definitely still open,†Assistant District....

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Other priests will vote yes in referendum, says Fr Iggy
A Catholic priest who is planning to defy church teaching and vote in favour of the upcoming same sex marriage referendum has said he believes other priests will also vote yes. Although he disagrees with gay marriage, Limerick-based priest Fr Iggy O’Donovan says he is “willing to allow those that believe to live out their lives”.

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Head Of Fiji’s Citizens’ Constitutional Forum Steps Down
Pacific Islands Development Program, East-West Center With Support From Center for Pacific Islands Studies, University of Hawai‘i Head Of Fiji’s Citizens’ Constitutional Forum Steps Down Reverend Yabaki prominent human rights advocate. WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, March....

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Tony Abbott's 10 biggest gaffes, clangers and cringeworthy moments
"It's pretty obvious that, well, sometimes shit happens, doesn't it?" Abbott said. Confronted with the vision by the network's political editor Mark Riley, Abbott argued he had been taken out of context and that he would "never seek to make light of the death of an Australian soldier".

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We knew: Fiji Military Commander on spy allegations
Commander Brigadier-General Mosese Tikoitoga says Fijian Military knew it was spied upon as allegations of New Zealand spying on Fiji and other Pacific Islands came to fore. Documents published by the New Zealand Herald last week showed NZ spied on Fiji's military in 2000 and 2006 coups. Information gathered was then passed to the United States.

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Tony Abbott's 10 biggest gaffes, clangers and cringeworthy moments
"It's pretty obvious that, well, sometimes shit happens, doesn't it?" Abbott said. Confronted with the vision by the network's political editor Mark Riley, Abbott argued he had been taken out of context and that he would "never seek to make light of the death of an Australian soldier".

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