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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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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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Fed Boosts Audit-Bill Criticism as White House Joins Fray
(Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve officials stepped up their opposition to a legislative proposal that would grant Congress more control over monetary policy, as a top White House official signaled that such a law may face a presidential veto. Republican Senator Rand Paul’s bill “facilitates....

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Hundreds still detained after Congo protests as Kabila gets tough
KINSHASA: More than 300 people, including opposition leaders, remain in detention in Democratic Republic of Congo after protests last month, reinforcing concerns that President Joseph Kabila plans to cling to power beyond his legal mandate. Kabila is constititionally barred from seeking a third term....

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The Diaspora puzzle…•Top musicians struggle to break through
Godwin Muzari Entertainment Editor— Besides Oliver Mtukudzi, top local musicians are struggling to break onto the international market and most of them depend on Zimbabweans in the Diaspora when they go for international shows. Top local performers that include Pastor Charles and Olivia Charamba,....

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Vatican Highlights Pope Neutrality on Ukrainian Crisis
Wednesday 11th February, 2015. Rome, February 10 (Prensa Latina) The spokesman of the Vatican, Federico Lombardi, today highlighted the concern of Pope Francisco at the escalation of violence in eastern Ukraine and also stated neutrality on the issue. Lombardi stressed that appeals by the Pope to....

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NYPD officer who shot dead 'totally innocent' unarmed father in dimly lit stairwell to be indicted on manslaughter charges
A grand jury has indicted Officer Peter Liang over the death of unarmed Akai Gurley; The charges were not reported but Liang is expected to surrender on Wednesday to face manslaughter charges; Gurley died in dimly lit Brooklyn apartment block in November after opting for the stairs when the....

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Grapevine: A sparkling diplomat
DIAMONDS ARE reputedly a girl’s best friend, but it’s mostly men, who are in the diamond business as Ambassador to the US Dan Shapiro learned when he visited the Israel Diamond Exchange in Ramat Gan this week. The stones were not the only subject that came up for discussion after Shapiro was greeted by Diamond Bourse president Shmuel Schnitzer.

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Pope Francis: Plot to bomb Catholic leader by FBI 'most wanted' terrorist during Philippines trip foiled
A plot hatched by one of the FBI's most wanted terrorists to kill Pope Francis during his recent trip to the Philippines was foiled, it can now be revealed. The Catholic Church leader visited the country from January 15 to January 19, and according to 'unverified' reports received by the....

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Hundreds still detained after Congo protests
Kabila is constitutionally barred from seeking a third term next year after winning disputed elections in 2006 and 2011. With growing signs of popular opposition to any attempt to prolong Kabila's mandate in the vast central African country, his ruling coalition has been weakened by a string of....

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Hundreds still detained after Congo protests as Kabila gets tough
* More than 300 in detention after protests last month. * Former Kabila allies, opposition figures among detained. * Kabila barred from running in 2016 election. By Aaron Ross. KINSHASA Feb 10 (Reuters) - More than 300 people, including opposition leaders, remain in detention in Democratic Republic....

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Hundreds Still Detained After Congo Protests as Kabila Gets Tough
KINSHASA— More than 300 people, including opposition leaders, remain in detention in Democratic Republic of Congo after protests last month, reinforcing concerns that President Joseph Kabila plans to cling to power beyond his legal mandate. Kabila is constititionally barred from seeking a third term....

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Hundreds still detained after Congo protests as Kabila gets tough
(Reuters) – More than 300 people, including opposition leaders, remain in detention in Democratic Republic of Congo after protests last month, reinforcing concerns that President Joseph Kabila plans to cling to power beyond his legal mandate. Kabila is constitutionally barred from seeking a third....

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