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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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Big polluting nations must do most on climate: Australia
SYDNEY — Nations with the biggest greenhouse gas emissions should be doing the most to fight climate change or the efforts of other countries will be cancelled out, Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said yesterday. As the United Nations holds climate talks in Peru, Bishop dismissed China’s....

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Death toll rises to 21; thousands lose homes 3 hours ago
MILLIONS of people hunkered down Monday as tropical storm Ruby churned towards Metro Manila, after killing at least 21 people, destroying thousands of homes on remote islands and knocking out power along its path. Ruby weakened from a typhoon as it moved slowly across the central Philippines,....

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Poor people go hungry because they can’t cook, hints Tory peer
A CONSERVATIVE peer has suggested hunger in Britain was caused in part by poor people being unable to cook. Baroness Jenkin of Kennington made the controversial claim at the House of Commons launch of the Feeding Britain report, which called for action from the Government, supermarkets and “rip-off”....

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Sir Arthur Bonsall obituary
Sir Arthur Bonsall, who has died aged 97, was a veteran of the second world war codebreaking centre at Bletchley Park, where he played a key role in intercepting German Luftwaffe communications during the Battle of Britain and subsequently during the strategic bombing of Germany.

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Big polluting nations must do most on climate: Australia
Nations with the biggest greenhouse gas emissions should be doing the most to fight climate change or the efforts of other countries will be cancelled out, Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Monday. As the United Nations holds climate talks in Peru, Bishop dismissed China’s recent deal....

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Tory sorry over cooking remarks
A Conservative peer has apologised after suggesting hunger in Britain was caused in part by poor people being unable to cook. Baroness Jenkin of Kennington made the controversial claim at the House of Commons launch of the Feeding Britain report, which called for action from the Government,....

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As religious leaders help in Ferguson, US churches remain mostly segregated
Reverend Al Sharpton addresses churchgoers as he speaks about the shooting death of Michael Brown during a church service at Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church Nov. 30, 2014 in St. Louis, Mo. (Joshua Lott /Getty Images) For the vast majority of American Christians, attending church is a racially segregated experience.

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Tory peer says poor people go hungry because they do not know how to cook
Lady Jenkin (far right) at the launch of the all-party parliamentary inquiry into hunger. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA. The fragile political consensus on how to tackle the growing problem of hunger in Britain has come under strain as a Conservative member of a cross-party report on the issue....

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Pilgrims Celebrate Blessed Anuarite Golden Jubilee
Kinshasa On December 1, thousands of pilgrims in Congo held a special Mass to close the celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the martyrdom of Blessed Marie-Clémentine Anuarite. According to Vatican Radio, the celebration was presided over by His Eminence, Laurent Cardinal Monsengwo the....

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Abetz clamps down on travel costs
The Abbott government is refusing to release documents detailing the cost and purpose of overseas travel by Coalition ministers, claiming they could "cause damage to Australia's international relations" if made public. The government-wide clampdown comes after embarrassing details of Education....

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Big polluting nations must do most on climate — Australia
Sydney: Nations with the biggest greenhouse gas emissions should be doing the most to fight climate change or the efforts of other countries will be cancelled out, Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said Monday. As the United Nations holds climate talks in Peru, Bishop dismissed China’s....

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