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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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Christianity
Bishop Matar: Kerry didn’t link Lebanon presidential crisis to an Iran nuke deal
Beirut, Lebanon- Maronite Bishop Boulos Matar denied on Sunday that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry informed him that Washington is optimistic that a new head of state would be elected within two months after a nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran is reached.

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Costanilla: Perhaps a flick on freedom fighters
CHALLENGE. I also want to challenge Zuasola or any other interested film director to explore the possibility of doing a Visayan motion picture on those local personalities that figured prominently during the Martial Law era. Of course, the flick should be based on extensive or thorough research.

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Matar Denies Kerry's Remarks over Presidential Election
Beirut Maronite Bishop Boulos Matar denied on Sunday that U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry informed him that Washington is optimistic that a new head of state would be elected within two months after a nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran is reached.

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Thinking About God and the Nigerian Project
By Tunji Olaopa. Undertaking a rather consuming tasking of reading a deep thinker, theologian and philosopher like Stephen M. Lampe (a Nigerian great mind of world renown), is in part a continuation of my philosophical-theological learning, as it is a commitment to my inter-faith dialogue mission which Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah largely inspired.

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We rejected politicians’money — Uche, Methodist Prelate
What are the things that bother you when you see political happenings in Nigeria? What bothers me most is the radicalism and immaturity on the part of Nigerian politicians. They don’t seem to be matured; they behave like infants. In fact, if you look at their campaigns—there is what we call in....

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2011: Letter from Selma
Reeb was hardly the only activist killed in the bloody fight for civil rights - in fact, a black man had been shot dead in a nearby town just weeks earlier. But it took the death of a white minister to move a nation. Four days later, 70 million people tuned in to watch President Lyndon B. Johnson plead with Congress for stronger civil rights laws.

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The Russian Spy Who Came in Through the Email
The headquarters of the FSB, the Russian state security service and the main successor to the Soviet KGB, in Moscow. Thomas Peters/Reuters. One of the lowliest jobs in the CIA is an assignment to the digital version of the mail room, where interns and office drones sift through the river of emails....

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Formula One: David Coulthard's grid guide and drivers to watch this season
Champagne supernova: Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will be vying for the title. They invested early and heavily in a new hybrid power training unit and remain the ones to beat. Their form suggests right now that they are on course for another championship. PODIUM CHANCE.

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Bali nine duo's legal appeal to be heard next week as executions delayed
The new appeal will be the condemned men's second challenge to the clemency rejection. The first one failed after Jakarta's state administrative court ruled it had no jurisdiction over presidential decisions. Indonesian law requires that the Indonesian leader must decide on a mercy application....

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Bali nine duo's legal appeal to be heard next week as executions delayed
The new appeal will be the condemned men's second challenge to the clemency rejection. The first one failed after Jakarta's state administrative court ruled it had no jurisdiction over presidential decisions. Indonesian law requires that the Indonesian leader must decide on a mercy application....

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Economic Disparity Persists on Old Civil Rights Battleground
SELMA, ALABAMA— Thousands of people are gathering Saturday in the small U.S. Southern City of Selma, Alabama, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of a historic voting rights march. The 1965 event, known as “Bloody Sunday,” cast a spotlight on racial discrimination and the plight of millions of....

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