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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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Nation and world news briefs
NATION. The United States announced wide-ranging rules for travel to Cuba Thursday that will greatly expand the leeway U.S. travelers will have when visiting the island as well as new trade rules that should put more products in the hands of the Cuban people.

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TODD STARNES Duke backs down over Muslim call to prayer
Duke University has abandoned its plan to transform the bell tower on the Methodist school’s neo-gothic cathedral into a minaret where the Muslim call to prayer was to be publicly broadcast. “Duke remains committed to fostering an inclusive, tolerant and welcoming campus for all of its students,”....

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From the Vatican Radio: Pope Francis says there are limits to freedom of expression
Speaking about the Paris terror attacks, Pope Francis said on Thursday that there are limits to freedom of expression, especially when it insults or ridicules someone’s faith. His comments came during a wide-ranging press conference with journalists accompanying him on his flight from Sri Lanka to....

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Pope Francis stirs controversy in debate about freedom of speech
Pope Francis on Thursday stirred fresh controversy in the debate over freedom of speech and individual responsibility with a remark that suggested that a violent reaction to insults should be expected. In an on-board press conference with journalists traveling with him to the Philippines from Sri....

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Profiles in Health: Al Vogt
Al Vogt breezes along the nature-themed hallways of Cook Hospital, the facility he has run for 25 years. He shows off remodeled examination rooms, a lively senior care wing, and the hospital's new emergency department. "People come to northern Minnesota to find out how to jump into a boat and get fish hooks stuck in their fingers," he says.

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TODD STARNES Duke backs down on Muslim call to prayer from chapel
Duke University has abandoned its plan to transform the bell tower on the Methodist school’s neo-gothic cathedral into a minaret where the Muslim call to prayer was to be publicly broadcast. “Duke remains committed to fostering an inclusive, tolerant and welcoming campus for all of its students,”....

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'Allahu Akbar': Duke University to broadcast Muslim call to prayer from chapel
For the record, the university says the chapel is not exclusively used for Christian worship. It's used by students of many different religions. She imagined what it would be like for a students to walk through the chapel quad and “catch the sight of the student muezzin facing Mecca in the Chapel....

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VATICAN - Pope: freedom of expression is a fundamental right, but faiths have the right not to be ridiculed
01/15/2015 VATICAN Pope: freedom of expression is a fundamental right, but faiths have the right not to be ridiculed During his meeting with journalists on the plane to the Philippines, Francis called "killing in the name of God" an "aberration". Speaking about a possible attack against him, he said....

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Pope sides with Muslim faithful in Charlie Hebdo debate: 'You cannot insult other people's faith'
Paris: Pope Francis said there are limits to freedom of expression, weighing in on the side of those in France and elsewhere who say Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of prophet Muhammad went too far. "You cannot insult other people's faith," he told reporters on Thursday aboard a plane taking him from Sri Lanka to the Philippines as part of his Asian tour.

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Pope sides with Muslim faithful in Charlie Hebdo debate: 'You cannot insult other people's faith'
Paris: Pope Francis said there are limits to freedom of expression, weighing in on the side of those in France and elsewhere who say Charlie Hebdo's cartoons of prophet Muhammad went too far. "You cannot insult other people's faith," he told reporters on Thursday aboard a plane taking him from Sri Lanka to the Philippines as part of his Asian tour.

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Pope: Free expression has limits
The Pope stressed that there was no justification for the killing of 17 people in three separate incidents, including a massacre in and around the offices of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The assailants were reportedly Islamist extremists, some of whom called out "Allahu akbar," which is Arabic....

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