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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
Christianity
French Aid Worker Released
French aid worker Claudia Priest has been released after being kidnapped on Monday in the Central African Republic, France's Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said Friday. "Our compatriot Claudia Priest, who was kidnapped at the start of the week in the Central African Republic, is finally free," said Fabius in a statement.

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Music Begins At 40 for Rev Chivaviro
A red carpet will be rolled out to guests when gospel man of song, Reverend Tapera Toggy Chivaviro launches his 10th album which coincides with his 40th birthday celebrations. The launch set for the capital Harare early next month at the Anglican Cathedral Hall will be graced by the who's who from....

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Emil Hurezeanu: ‘Economic crisis developed immanent political crisis of this continent’
One of Romania’s best known journalists, Emil Hurezeanu, has distinguished himself lately as a much appreciated political analyst. With a prodigious journalist activity that began in Romania in 1976 and continued in Munich, at Radio Free Europe, after he obtained political asylum, his voice is....

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Good heavens! Prayers are back on council agenda
The council decided to reinstate the prayer late on Friday after two days of online and talkback debate. “Out of respect for these concerns, we will return the prayer to our agenda immediately,” Holdfast Bay chief executive Justin Lynch said on Friday. Earlier in the week Mr Lynch said the prayer was dropped because it was considered outdated.

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Festival Spectaculare brings sound and vision
The second annual festival of electronica and visuals is mainly for adventurists. In its second year at the peak of winter, the Festival Spectaculare is a smorgasbord for sound and visual adventurers in Prague. The festival kicked off Jan 21 with an experimental dance and visual performance by the....

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Who is who in the Rivers State gubernatorial race
ADAMU USMAN ATTABOH , examines the strengths and weaknesses of these candidates and the steps are taking to actualise their ambition. Chief (Barr.) Ezenwo Nyesom Wike. Born to the family of Reverend and Mrs Nlemanya Wike of Rumueprikom community, Obio/ Akpor LGA of Rivers State, Wike holds degrees in Political and Administrative Studies and Law.

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Angry Liberal backbenchers consider meeting after Tony Abbott's decision to make Prince Philip a knight
Liberal backbenchers are considering calling a meeting to discuss the "direction of the team", with speculation rife about Prime Minister Tony Abbott's leadership following his decision to make Prince Philip a knight. One MP, who did not want named, said there was "serious and real" discussion about getting the backbench together over coming weeks.

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Angry Liberal backbenchers consider meeting after Tony Abbott's decision to make Prince Philip a knight
Liberal backbenchers are considering calling a meeting to discuss the "direction of the team", with speculation rife about Prime Minister Tony Abbott's leadership following his decision to make Prince Phillip a knight. One MP, who did not want named, said there was "serious and real" discussion....

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The Holocaust's Forgotten Victims: The 5 Million Non-Jewish People Killed By The Nazis
Historians estimate the total number of deaths to be 11 million, with the victims encompassing gay people, priests, gypsies, people with mental or physical disabilities, communists, Poles and other Slavic peoples, and resistance fighters. GAY PEOPLE Pierre Seel was the only French survivor to speak out about being transported for being gay.

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Church of England consecrates first female bishop
Tuesday 27th January, 2015. The Church of England Monday consecrated its first female bishop, the Reverend Libby Lane, at a historic ceremony in the Cathedral of York, in northern England. Lane, who was appointed to the post December 17, 2014, will become the eighth bishop of Stockport, a city in....

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Jindal's "Response" A No-Go Zone For Atheists, Gays, And Forms Of Intelligent Life
Gov. Bobby Jindal's prayer rally at Louisiana State University was a pallid political attempt by a Presidential wannabe to curry the favor of the Christian Right. And that was the serious side of it. With people like Cindy ("Japan Is Shaped Like A Dragon") and E.W. Jackson , it was the Christian Right's answer to the (aka Freedom Summit ).

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