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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
‘Why not just stand down?’
“There was a motion for a spill of the leadership a couple of weeks ago, it was defeated.” Ms Bishop would not be drawn on whether she would back Mr Abbott in a leadership challenge, labelling it a hypothetical question. “I support the leader that the party has elected,” Ms Bishop added.

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Social News 28/2
Route connecting Ky Sa Port and Ly Son Island opened. The Ministry of Transport announced its plan to open a mixed river-sea route connecting the Ky Sa port and Ly Son Island in central Quang Ngai province on February 26. Vessels operating on the route must be river-sea compatible ships (VR-SB)....

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Australia warns women Islamic State no 'romantic adventure'
At least 110 Australians have left to fight alongside militants in the Middle East and security officials said between 30 and 40 women were among them or were actively supporting the group in Australia. "Sadly we are seeing a younger cohort seeking to join the conflict in Syria and Iraq and an....

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On this day: Cavern Club goes into liquidation
1874: Arthur Orton, claimant to the Tichborne estate, was found guilty of perjury and sentenced to 14 years’ hard labour. 1900: General Buller relieved Ladysmith, besieged by Boer forces for 118 days. 1912: The world’s first parachute jump from an aeroplane was made over Missouri, by Albert Berry.

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RCI News Update
Strong efforts are currently underway for the removal of Mary Isaac as President of the CSA following an extraordinary meeting called on Thursday. Among those leading the exercise is Mr Ditus Fedee who has pointed to several irregularities in the management of the Union’s affairs.

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Germany Government, churches agree on new asylum procedures 27.02.2015
The German government and the country's major Christian churches have found a compromise on the touchy issue of church asylum for refugees. Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said Friday that every single case of a parish offering shelter to refugees in future will not only be handled on a local....

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Talking Blues
I got a phone call from and old friend, who also used to be my neighbour at Extension 27. “There is something I want to tell you,” he said at the end of our conversation. Towards the end of last year, a hardworking and inquisitive member of Parliament for Ngamiland, Thato Kwerepe, asked a very important question in the House.

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Malcolm Boyd dies at 91; Episcopal priest took prayer to the streets
The Rev. Malcolm Boyd, the Episcopal priest whose book "Are You Running With Me, Jesus?" took prayer out of church onto the city streets in a slangy vernacular not found in Sunday missals, has died. He was 91. Boyd died Friday under hospice care in Los Angeles from complications of pneumonia,....

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Spl postal cover, road to be named in honour of tiatrist Anthony De Sa
PANAJI: As part of birth centenary celebrations of Anthony De Sa, India Post will release a special postal cover with cancellation at the hands of Charles Lobo, post master general, Goa region, at a special function to be held on March 1, at 10.30am, at the municipal hall in Cuncolim.

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Here and Now
May 4th, 2014 We're taking a look at the NBA decision to ban LA Clippers' owner Donald Sterling from the league for life. Part of the punishment after a recording of racist statements by the real-estate mogul was made public. Joining us this afternoon is Dr. Khalil Muhammad, director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.

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Vatican buries homeless man in famed cemetery
ROME -- Just steps from St. Peter's Basilica, the 1,200-year-old Teutonic Cemetery is the only cemetery inside Vatican walls and the final resting place of princes, cardinals, artists - and now one homeless man by the name of Willy Herteleer. Herteleer was a familiar face around the Vatican.

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