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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
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Mourning, manhunt after French magazine massacre
Wednesday’s massacre at the Charlie Hebdo magazine triggered poignant and spontaneous demonstrations of solidarity around the world and more than 100,000 poured onto the streets of France. Shocked people from Moscow to Washington rallied in their tens of thousands under the banner “I am Charlie”, in....

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Pope Francis studying English speeches for PH visit
MANILA Pope Francis has been practicing his English skills in preparation for his visit to the Philippines, Vatican Spokesman Fr. Federico Lombardi said. Il Pontificio Collegio Filippino rector Fr. Gregory Ramon Gaston told state-run Radio Television Malacañang that Pope Francis has been studying his English speeches.

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Charlie Hebdo: Two armed suspects in Paris magazine shooting 'located' in north France
PARIS: Two armed men suspected of gunning down 12 people in an Islamist attack on satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo have been 'located' in north France, sources told AFP on Thursday As fear spread after the country's bloodiest attack in half a century, several other incidents rocked France, although it....

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Pope prays for victims of Paris attack
VATICAN CITY--Pope Francis celebrated mass for the victims of the attack on the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo on Thursday, praying for all those affected by an Islamist assault which left 12 people dead. "The terror attack in Paris brings to mind so much cruelty, human cruelty, so much terrorism,....

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Blast near mosque cop dead in fresh firing in Paris a day after Charlie Hebdo terror attack
One of the suspects, Cherif Kouachi, had a history of funneling jihadi fighters to Iraq and a terrorism conviction from 2008. He and his brother, Said, should be considered "armed and dangerous," French police said in a bulletin early Thursday, appealing for witnesses after a fruitless search in the city of Reims, in French Champagne country.

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Pope Prays for Victims of Paris Attack
Pope Francis celebrated mass for the victims of the attack on the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo on Thursday, praying for all those affected by an Islamist assault which left 12 people dead. "The terror attack in Paris brings to mind so much cruelty, human cruelty, so much terrorism, both isolated....

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Mourning and manhunt after French magazine massacre
The massacre, the country's bloodiest attack in half a century, triggered poignant and spontaneous demonstrations of solidarity around the world. Shocked people from Moscow to Washington rallied in their tens of thousands under the banner "I am Charlie", in support of press freedom and the....

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Pope prays for victims of Paris attack
(11 mins ago) Pope Francis celebrated mass for the victims of the attack on the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo on Thursday, praying for all those affected by an Islamist assault which left 12 people dead. "The terror attack in Paris brings to mind so much cruelty, human cruelty, so much terrorism,....

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GALLERY: World unites in outrage over Charlie Hebdo killings
New Yorkers hold up posters, which include Charlie Hebdo Editor Stephane Charbonnier (front), a cartoonist known as Charb, and Jean Cabut (back L), a cartoonist known as Cabu, during a vigil to pay tribute to the victims of a shooting, by gunmen at the offices of weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Wednesday.

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The storm "Gudrun" remembered - 10 years on
The Swedish Met Office, SMHI, had warned that a storm was coming, but no-one could have imagined what was to be. At the time, Sweden was still in shock from the terrible events in south east Asia following the tsunami on Christmas Day. The news coverage was filled with those stories, when the winds started to wreak havoc on Swedish doorsteps.

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GALLERY: World unites in outrage over Charlie Hebdo killings
New Yorkers hold up posters, which include Charlie Hebdo Editor Stephane Charbonnier (front), a cartoonist known as Charb, and Jean Cabut (back L), a cartoonist known as Cabu, during a vigil to pay tribute to the victims of a shooting, by gunmen at the offices of weekly satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris on Wednesday.

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