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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
Live show - News @ 1
Local, national, international news, local sport & death notices. 28 12 2012 Sharing your problems with others is vital in... 28 12 2012 Improving traffic flow and safety at the... A full round up of local, national, international news, local sport... 'This Week' is your round-up of all of the top news stories,.

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The incredible untold story about Mugabe’s survival
It was a bumpy ride. Fights galore. Weevils and gamatox. Assassination plots. But 90-year-old Robert Mugabe has survived it all and is riding high again. And it looks he will have the last laugh. For more than a decade, the Zimbabwean president has survived the Western onslaught that started with....

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Terry McAuliffe is unhappy – with Democrats
It’s McAuliffe’s own party that has him down. He begins carefully “I don’t mean to be overly critical ” but then he gets rolling. In a 2014 campaign fought against a backdrop of dropping unemployment and record highs for the Dow, he says there’s no excuse for Democrats to cede the argument on jobs to Republicans.

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LISTEN: Sile Seoige's charity single 'Maybe This Christmas' releasing December 5
SIle Seoige's charity Christmas single 'Maybe This Christmas' featuring The Palestrina Choir, The Pro-Cathedral Girls Choir and the Famous Faces Choir will release on December 5. The 35-year-old TV presenter gathered together some of Ireland's most famous faces to record the charity single in aid....

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Judge Orders Release of Abra Suspect as Army Detains Asir Supporter
The army intelligence apprehended on Tuesday a suspect linked to Salafist cleric Sheikh Ahmed al-Asir and four others as a judge ordered the release of a detainee linked to the controversial radical preacher. The state-run National News Agency reported that deputy Military Prosecutor Judge Dani....

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Bitter disappointment fuels rage and riots in Ferguson
AFP/Ferguson. It started with silence as the crowd strained to listen to the prosecutor over the radio. Then tears gushed from the eyes of Michael Brown's mother. No indictment. The white police officer who shot dead her unarmed 18-year-old son more than three months ago in the predominantly African....

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Turnbull suggests ABC had 'political bargain' with Labor over funding
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has suggested the ABC had a political bargain with the previous Labor government to maintain its funding. The Coalition has cut the ABC's funding by $254 million, which has resulted in the public broadcaster The Government insists the savings could have been....

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Spanish police arrest 4 priests in pedophile case
Four priests were arrested Monday on suspicion of child sex abuse in a case which Spanish Interior Minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz said Pope Francis has taken a special interest in uncovering. Fernandez Diaz said police made the arrests in the southern city of Granada. The priests' identities weren't revealed.

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First papal address to European Parliament since Paisley’s dramatic intervention 26 years ago
Pope Francis will today deliver the first Papal address to the European Parliament since Ian Paisley disrupted the speech of Pope John Paul II in 1988. Dr Paisley’s Strasbourg intervention – one of the most memorable of his long career – has been recalled over recent days in reports around the....

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Bishop gives road gritters blessing
Gritters have been blessed by clergy including the Bishop of Lincoln as part of preparations to make Lincolnshire's roads safer this winter. It is the latest unusual blessing for the Right Reverend Christopher Lowson, who has also blessed church toilets. "Gritters and toilets are really important parts of our lives," he told BBC Radio Lincolnshire.

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World briefs: Bomb kills 2 foreigners in troop convoy
KABUL, Afghanistan Two foreign soldiers were killed Monday when a bomb detonated as their convoy passed by in the eastern part of the Afghan capital, the latest in a series of attacks on high-profile targets. A spokesman for the International Security Assistance Force, the U.S.

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Verse of the day

Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times? Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven. Matthew, 18. 21


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