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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
Christianity
Court Membership Wouldn’t Guarantee Palestinians a War Crimes Case
The cases Palestinians plan to bring against Israel, and potential counterclaims against Palestinian officials, are unlike any the International Criminal Court has tackled in its dozen-year history. The Hague court, facing new scrutiny after the collapse last month of its case against the president....

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Mario Cuomo, New York Governor and Liberal Beacon, Dies at 82
In an era when liberal thought was increasingly discredited, Mr. Cuomo, a man of large intellect and often unrestrained personality, celebrated it, challenging Ronald Reagan at the height of his presidency with an expansive and affirmative view of government and a message of compassion, tinged by the Roman Catholicism that was central to Mr.

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Pope praises work of Scottish aid agency
In a written blessing, Pope Francis thanked the life-changing work of the international development charity SCIAF for its service to the poor in developing countries, urging it to continue its work in the coming years. Noting the last 50 years of aid work by SCIAF, the blessing called on the charity....

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Returned foreign fighters can be investigated: Bishop
The foreign minister has hosed down concerns a group of suspected jihadists who fought in the Middle East and returned to Australia could escape prosecution because of a legal loophole. News Corp Australia reports say up to 20 are back in the country and wandering free in the community.

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Francis slams corruption, defends poor
POPE Francis condemned corruption on Wednesday and said true Christian freedom is necessary to have the courage to proclaim that “we must defend the poor, and not defend ourselves from the poor; that we must serve the weak, and not use the weak.” In his homily during his year-end vespers, the pope....

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Returned fighters can be investigated
The foreign minister has hosed down concerns a group of suspected jihadists who fought in the Middle East and returned to Australia could escape prosecution because of a legal loophole. News Corp Australia reports say up to 20 are back in the country and wandering free in the community.

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Returned fighters can be investigated
The foreign minister has hosed down concerns a group of suspected jihadists who fought in the Middle East and returned to Australia could escape prosecution because of a legal loophole. News Corp Australia reports say up to 20 are back in the country and wandering free in the community.

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Storm halts search for missing climbers
It is hoped an Australian doctor and a German father and son missing on Aoraki/Mt Cook have dug themselves shelter to sit out a storm hitting the mountain. The trio are overdue from an attempt on the summit of the country's highest peak. Searchers believe the weather will remain poor until New....

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Peter Greste retrial order opens up 'more options' for his release
The retrial of Australian journalist Peter Greste, ordered by Egyptian courts overnight, opens up “more options and more possibilities” for his release, the foreign minister says. The Egyptian court of cassation upheld an appeal by Greste and his al-Jazeera colleagues Mohamed Fahmy and Baher....

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"Painful loss": A look at some passengers and crew on Flight 8501
As searchers began recovering bodies and debris from Java Sea waters, relatives and loved ones recalled the stories of some of the 162 people aboard AirAsia Flight 8501: SUDDENLY ALONE. Just 15, Chiara Natasha lost her entire family in the tragedy. Chiara's parents and two brothers were flying to....

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State cannot handle ‘thousands’ of child abuse cases, MP warns
The Labour backbencher John Mann said that police and social services were unable to deal with the number of victims coming forward and the scale of the problem was only just being understood. “Probably, it’s going to be many tens of thousands of people. The state can’t deal with the numbers,” he said.

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