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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
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Managing Helicopter Noise
There are numerous characteristics of helicopter sound that cause it to be objectionable to many within earshot. To begin with, noises with a beat or pulsating qualities tend to be more annoying. The main-rotor and anti-torque systems in turbine helicopters tend to dominate the acoustical signature.

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Pope Francis Accepts Invitation to Visit Ukraine
. Prensa Latina Tuesday 24th February, 2015. Rome, Feb 24 (Prensa Latina) Pope Francisco accepted an invitation to visit Ukraine, though it has not been specified when the Catholic leader planned to do it,it was informed today by the official website of the Vatican Radio.

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Pope Francis declares St. Gregory of Narek Doctor of the Church
Pope Francis has declared Armenian poet and monk, Saint Gregory of Narek, a Doctor of the Universal Church. Meeting with Cardinal Angelo Amato, Prefect of the Congregation for the Cause of Saints on Saturday ahead of his departure for Aricca on Lenten retreat, the Pope confirmed the proposal put....

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Pope ‘drugs remark’ angers Mexico
REUTERS Mexico's Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Meade speaks with an assessor during a news conference at the Foreign Affairs building in Mexico City. Picture: Edgard Garrido Mexico City - Mexico said on Monday it would send a letter to the Vatican to complain about remarks attributed to Pope Francis....

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Refugee resettlement deal with Cambodia appears closer
(Transcript from World News Radio) Australia's refugee resettlement deal with Cambodia appears to be a step closer. The International Organisation for Migration says it's been asked to facilitate the transfer of refugees from the Australian detention centre on Nauru, to Cambodia. Santilla Chingaipe has the details.

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PM stands by Loughnane and Credlin
Tony Abbott is standing by his powerful chief of staff Peta Credlin despite a damaging new leak revealing a major rift between top Liberal Party officials over her role. The prime minister insists Ms Credlin's marriage to the party's federal director, Brian Loughnane, is not a conflict of interest....

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Bail extended for Melbourne man who expressed support for terrorism
A Melbourne man who expressed support for terror organisations and threatened to kill police officers via his Twitter account has had his bail extended. Khodr Taha had complied "100 per cent" with his court-ordered treatment program and supervision conditions since first being granted bail in early January, Melbourne Magistrates Court was told.

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Matindi FM Closed Over Cashgate
Reports reaching Malawi24 indicate that the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) has sealed a local radio station, Matindi FM over Cashgate. Matindi FM owner Elvis Nserebo is implicated in the Cashgate scandal. Sources confided in Malawi24 that ACB decided to pound on Nserebo after he started selling his....

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<em>Junk Culture</em>: Chats with OMD's Andy McCluskey, The Crests' JT Carter and Todd Valentine, Plus Michael Des Barres and Gloom Baloon Exlcusives
A Conversation with Andy McCluskey of Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Mike Ragogna : Hey, rumor has it that Junk Culture has been expanded to celebrate its thirtieth anniversary. Andy McCluskey : Yeah, there is, although it took us so long to expand it and remaster it that we're actually now....

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Bali 9 duo’s final appeal thrown out
The last-ditch legal effort failed after a Jakarta court decided it couldn’t examine the challenge, with Judge Hendro Puspito saying the administrative court was not authorised to do so. Lawyers for Chan and Sukumaran admitted there was only a slim chance the case in the administrative court would proceed.

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Tony Abbott dismisses fresh leaks, leadership speculation
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has brushed aside the leaking of explosive emails showing a split in his inner circle as "one of those things". The latest leak against Mr Abbott and his office comes amid a damaging new round of leadership turmoil, with seven ministers who voted for the Prime Minister in....

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