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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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KREM New Year’s Cycling Classic is here to bring in 2015
BELIZE CITY–The New Year is just around the corner, and with it is the 25th running of the KREM New Year’s Day Cycling Classic from Corozal Town to Belize City. This “KREM Big Shilling Classic” promises to be a big one indeed, with a bunch of foreigners expected to participate, and with the....

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Australia ‘punched above weight’ at UN
That’s the verdict of Britain’s ambassador to the UN, Mark Lyall Grant, who believes Australia had the most impact of any temporary member he’d seen in the five years he’s been involved. “I think Australia has been bold. I wouldn’t say risky. But I think they’ve certainly been brave for standing up....

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2015: Parties, issues and campaigns
Forty five days away from today, precisely, on February 14, 2015, Nigerians will match again to the polls to elect their president as well as federal lawmakers; two weeks after, on February 28, 2015 it will be turn to elect state governors and their state assembly members.

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Aust punched above its weight at UN
Australia punched above its weight during a two-year stint on the United Nations Security Council. That's the verdict of Britain's ambassador to the UN, Mark Lyall Grant, who believes Australia had the most impact of any temporary member he'd seen in the five years he's been involved. "I think Australia has been bold.

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Aust punched above its weight at UN
Australia punched above its weight during a two-year stint on the United Nations Security Council. That's the verdict of Britain's ambassador to the UN, Mark Lyall Grant, who believes Australia had the most impact of any temporary member he'd seen in the five years he's been involved. "I think Australia has been bold.

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Political accord in Haiti seeks to avert crisis
Demonstrators dance around a bonfire during an anti-government protest in Port-au-Prince December 6, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Marie Arago. (Reuters) – The president of Haiti and heads of the country’s two houses of parliament reached a tentative agreement on Monday to avert a political crisis that has sparked nationwide protests.

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Russia Critics Omitted From Putins New Years Greetings
Thursday 1st January, 2015. By RFE/RL. Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued his New Year's greetings to fellow world leaders and dignitaries, but Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko is not among the dozens of recipients. A summary of Putin's messages to the leaders of more than 30 countries,....

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The tragic human toll of the AirAsia disaster
The human toll from the Air Asia Flight 8501 crash is marked by harrowing tales of loss – while some family’s were saved by lucky twists of fate. As searchers recovered bodies from the downed Airbus A320 and investigators began their painstaking probe, relatives and loved ones offered touching....

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Reflecting on Pope Francis 2015 World Day of Peace Message
Thursday 1st January, 2015. "Tragically, the growing scourge of man's exploitation by man gravely damages the life of communion and our calling to forge interpersonal relations marked by respect, justice and love," writes Pope Francis in his Jan. 1 World Day of Peace Message.

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Most read and most bizarre Nova Scotia news stories of 2014
Whale stories are often a favourite here in Nova Scotia and 2014 didn’t disappoint. One of the most popular involved a Nova Scotia woman who was slapped in the face with a humpback’s 'bony' tail off the coast of Mexico — and yes, it was caught on video.

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A list of some Canadian newsmakers who died in 2014
A list of some Canadian newmakers who died in 2014: JANUARY. 6 — Toronto-born actor Larry D. Mann, 91, who voiced Yukon Cornelius in the 1964 animated Christmas favourite “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” 15 — Newfoundland and Labrador broadcaster Bas Jamieson, 85. His 40-year career included stints in television and radio across Canada.

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