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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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PNP: No threats monitored this Christmas
MANILA The Philippine National Police (PNP) said it has not yet monitored any security threat this Christmas season. Speaking to radio dzMM, PNP spokesperson Chief Supt. Wilben Mayor assured the public that the PNP continues to monitor the country's lawless elements to ensure that no untoward incident will happen during the holidays.

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Mario Nagusanti crafts rustic milk stools in Sudbury — for decades
If you live in Sudbury , a man whose name you might not know is probably making something special for a child you do know. And, if you grew up in Sudbury after the mid-70s , he might have made one for you, too. In fact, Mario Nagusanti probably even carved your name into it.

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Protests in India over conversions set back reform agenda
NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s reform agenda suffered a setback on Monday as protests erupted in parliament and in the streets over a campaign by Hindu hardliners linked to his party to convert Muslims and Christians to Hinduism. Opposition members threw papers and swarmed to the....

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Greatest political hits, misses of 2014
The first full calendar year of the Abbott government was full of political hits and misses. Here are some of the highlights. WORLD STAGE. Tony Abbott hosted the leaders of the world's biggest economies in Brisbane, but didn't shirt-front Vladimir Putin over his Ukraine invasion and the MH17 disaster.

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Greatest political hits, misses of 2014
The first full calendar year of the Abbott government was full of political hits and misses. Here are some of the highlights. WORLD STAGE. Tony Abbott hosted the leaders of the world's biggest economies in Brisbane, but didn't shirt-front Vladimir Putin over his Ukraine invasion and the MH17 disaster.

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Pope blasts Vatican bureaucrats for ‘spiritual Alzheimer’s’, lists their 15 sins
Pope Francis prepared rebukes instead of greetings for this year’s Christmas meeting with the Curia. He has urged Vatican officials to stop feeling “superior to everyone,” to give up on the “terrorism of gossip” and recover from “spiritual Alzheimer’s.

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Tributes are raining in following the death of Joe Cocker
Joe Cocker was a much loved and influential figure. Following his death at the age of 70, people from the music industry and beyond – from contemporaries, to those he influenced and fans – are queuing up to pay their own tributes. Perhaps one of the most telling aspects of the tributes is the sheer....

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Live Nation Global Touring Confirms RPMC as Exclusive VIP Travel Partner For U2 THE iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE TOUR 2015
Live Nation Global Touring Partners with RPMC to Create Exclusive VIP Fan Experiences. Live Nation Global Touring, worldwide producer of U2 THE iNNOCENCE eXPERIENCE TOUR 2015 has confirmed RPMC as the exclusive VIP travel partner for the 2015 tour. A global leader in designing and delivering....

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Nation and world news briefs
NATION. NEW YORK � Gov. Andrew Cuomo joined calls Monday for a halt to angry rhetoric in the wake of the weekend slayings of two policemen by a gunman whose actions have threatened to derail progress toward mending relations among police, politicians and activists demanding law enforcement reforms.

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Ukraine's zombies rise again to demand purge of Russian actors
Activists from the social movement Vidsich ("Rebuff" in English) donned their zombie clothes again in Kiev to protest against the proliferation of openly pro-Russian TV series on Ukrainian TV. The protest took place near President Petro Poroshenko's administrative buildings.

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Cuomo Calls for ‘Deep Breath’ as Police Killings Inflame Tension
Governor Andrew Cuomo said it’s time for New Yorkers to take a “societal deep breath” as he sought to defuse tension and end the angry rhetoric that erupted after the weekend shooting deaths of two police officers. “I’m calling on everyone, all the leaders involved, for peace and unity,” Cuomo said today in a radio interview on WNYC.

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