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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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'My mother Geeta Bali contributed a lot to the making of Shammi Kapoor'
'If you see the way Shammi Kapoor danced... that was Geeta Bali's personality. My mother was a bigger and more successful star than my father when they got married.' Aditya Raj Kapoor, Shammi Kapoor and Geeta Bali's son, talks to Patcy N/ about his mother. G Rediff.

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Rick Santorum is baffled by the Pope
Earlier this week, the leader of the Catholic Church suggested that faithful believers don’t need to breed “like rabbits.” During his return flight from a five-day visit to Asia on Monday, reporters asked the pope what he would say to families who had more children than they could afford because of the church’s stance on contraception.

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Charities 'frightened' to campaign
Charities and campaign groups have been "frightened" into curtailing their public work by a new lobbying law, ex-Bishop of Oxford Lord Harries has said. A report by a commission he chairs said there had been a "chilling effect" on organisations who feared breaking the new law. He told the BBC he expected some campaigners to face legal challenges.

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Flock okay with naked pastor’s video
THE MERCURY KZN Pastor Sthembiso Zondo Photo: Thokozani Ndlovu Durban - Some Christians are fuming, saying KZN Pastor Sthembiso Zondo has done nothing wrong and should be left alone, after a video of him walking naked in his home went viral over social networks this week.

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Burundi: Burundian Journalist Arrested, Charged After Not Revealing Source
press release. Nairobi Burundian authorities imprisoned the director of the privately owned Radio Publique Africaine on Tuesday and charged him with complicity in murder, according to news reports. The arrest followed the station's broadcast of an interview in which an unidentified guest said he was....

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Reality bites as Team Abbott loses shine
Those thinking Liberal MPs are between a rock and a hard place (" Abbott government's handling of university and health changes angers backbench ", smh.com.au, January 22). Do they stick with a Prime Minister who shows no sign of breaking out of his ideological straitjacket or do they follow the Labor formula for defeat and demolish their leader.

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Reality bites as Team Abbott loses shine
Those thinking Liberal MPs are between a rock and a hard place (" Abbott government's handling of university and health changes angers backbench ", smh.com.au, January 22). Do they stick with a Prime Minister who shows no sign of breaking out of his ideological straitjacket or do they follow the Labor formula for defeat and demolish their leader.

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Bishop ‘even more troubled’ over terror
Australia is facing increasing pressure to upgrade its military commitment in Iraq after US President Barack Obama used his State of the Union address yesterday to strengthen the international effort to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the terrorist threat posed by Islamic State.

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Profs, schoolmates pay respects to volunteer who died after Tacloban papal Mass
Tags: Tacloban City Professors and schoolmates on Thursday paid tribute to Kristel Mae Padasas, the volunteer who died in a freak accident shortly after Pope Francis' Mass in Tacloban last Saturday. Students and faculty from Adamson University held a Mass for Padasas in Taguig City, radio dzBB's Sam Nielsen reported.

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Australia PM quashes rumours of unrest as "nonsense"
Australian prime minister Tony Abbott has labelled speculation regarding his future as "nonsense" on Thursday in the wake of yet more rumours that he could step down. On Wednesday, the ABC reported that some MPs had described Abbott as "toxic" and that his future could soon be decided for him.

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Bishop 'deeply troubled' by foreign fighters threat
Tony Abbott says Australia could step up its efforts in Iraq, as Foreign Minister Julie Bishop expressed deep concern about foreign fighters becoming involved in a wider range of terrorist groups. Ms Bishop is in Washington where she received briefings from US intelligence and defence chiefs, as....

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