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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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AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran archbishop assassinated in 1980
EDITOR'S NOTE: The assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero while he was saying Mass in San Salvador on March 24, 1980, came at the beginning of the country's 12-year civil war between a right-wing government and leftist rebels — a conflict that claimed nearly 75,000 lives. No one was ever put on trial for Romero's death.

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PM enjoys "overwhelming support": Cormann
THE finance minister dismissed speculation about growing numbers within, moving to oust the prime minister. "The prime minister enjoys the unanimous support of the cabinet and I believe he enjoys the overwhelming support of the party room," Senator Cormann told ABC radio on Wednesday. A vote was not necessary to resolve the leadership issue.

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AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran archbishop assassinated in 1980
EDITOR'S NOTE: The assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero while he was saying Mass in San Salvador on March 24, 1980, came at the beginning of the country's 12-year civil war between a right-wing government and leftist rebels — a conflict that claimed nearly 75,000 lives. No one was ever put on trial for Romero's death.

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AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran archbishop assassinated in 1980
AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran archbishop assassinated as reported by The Associated Press in 1980 FILE - In this March 23, 1980, file photo, a nun plants a kiss on the forehead of Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero of El Salvador at the Hospital of Divine Providence. Pope Francis decreed Tuesday, Feb.

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AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran archbishop assassinated in 1980
EDITOR'S NOTE: The assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero while he was saying Mass in San Salvador on March 24, 1980, came at the beginning of the country's 12-year civil war between a right-wing government and leftist rebels — a conflict that claimed nearly 75,000 lives. No one was ever put on trial for Romero's death.

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AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran Archbishop Assassinated in 1980
EDITOR'S NOTE: The assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero while he was saying Mass in San Salvador on March 24, 1980, came at the beginning of the country's 12-year civil war between a right-wing government and leftist rebels — a conflict that claimed nearly 75,000 lives. No one was ever put on trial for Romero's death.

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AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran archbishop assassinated in 1980
No one was ever put on trial for Romero's death. In 1993, a U.N.-sponsored commission determined that the assassination was ordered by former army major Roberto D'Abuisson, who had died the year before. Now that Pope Francis has declared Romero a martyr who was killed out of hatred for his Catholic....

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AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran archbishop assassinated in 1980
EDITOR'S NOTE: The assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero while he was saying Mass in San Salvador on March 24, 1980, came at the beginning of the country's 12-year civil war between a right-wing government and leftist rebels — a conflict that claimed nearly 75,000 lives. No one was ever put on trial for Romero's death.

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AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran archbishop assassinated in 1980
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador Gunmen entered a hospital chapel in which Archbishop Oscar Arnulfo Romero of San Salvador was saying Mass on Monday and assassinated him as he was celebrating Communion, according to a nun who said she and 20 other persons witnessed the killing.

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AP WAS THERE: Salvadoran archbishop assassinated as reported by The Associated Press in 1980
EDITOR'S NOTE: The assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero while he was saying Mass in San Salvador on March 24, 1980, came at the beginning of the country's 12-year civil war between a right-wing government and leftist rebels — a conflict that claimed nearly 75,000 lives. No one was ever put on trial for Romero's death.

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How To Win In A Dogfight: Stories From A Pilot Who Flew F-16s And MiGs
First – a little (actually, a lot of) background. I earned a degree in aerospace engineering in 1979 and worked for Boeing in the Seattle area for two years after graduating from college. I had no real interest in joining the military at the time since I was an Army brat, growing up mostly at Fort Bliss, TX, and probably felt I had done my time.

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