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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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Wheels24.co.za | Abu Dhabi: Lewis takes 2014 title
JANINE-LEE GORDON ABU DHABI, UAE - Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton's reminder of Luther Martin King's words earlier in the week, "the ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy", could not have rang more....

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Abu Dhabi F1 Grand Prix 'live': Hamilton is double world champion
Britain's Lewis Hamilton became Formula One world champion for the second time after winning the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix for Mercedes on Sunday. It was the 11th win in 19 races for the 29-year-old, who took his first title with McLaren in 2008 and becomes Britain's first multiple champion since Jackie Stewart in 1971.

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Speaking at Morgan, Farrakhan predicts violence in Ferguson
In a speech Saturday at Morgan State University, Louis Farrakhan predicted violence in Ferguson this week and castigated black leaders — from fellow preachers to President Barack Obama — for trying to pacify protesters who have a right to express outrage over police brutality.

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Bill Cosby’s marriage and family life turbulent for decades
In 1971, seven years after their wedding, star comedian and actor Bill Cosby’s wife, Camille, remained committed to making their marriage work despite the distractions of Hollywood. They had met on a blind date at a bowling alley in the spring of 1963.

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Louis Farrakhan predicts violence in Ferguson
In a speech Saturday at Morgan State University, Louis Farrakhan predicted violence in Ferguson this week and castigated black leaders — from fellow preachers to President Barack Obama — for trying to pacify protesters who have a right to express outrage over police brutality.

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May 'was battered' by arrest row
Theresa May has admitted she was left battered and bruised after the furious backlash when MPs were denied an explicit vote on the controversial European Arrest Warrant (EAW) and indicated she should have handled it differently. The Home Secretary came in for intense criticism over the parliamentary....

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May 'was battered' by arrest row Theresa May has admitted she was left battered...
The Home Secretary came in for intense criticism over the parliamentary fudge but denied claims it was "smoke and mirrors". MPs were furious when it became apparent that the motion for debate last week did not make specific reference to the arrest warrant despite ministers' promises that the vote would be on the EU extradition system.

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Myanmese refugees made to pay US$1,000 to stay in Malaysia
Refugees and asylum seekers from Myanmar are paying up to US$1,000 for UNHCR cards granting them official refugee status in Malaysia, an Al-Jazeera investigation has found. Officials have been recorded openly describing themselves as "thieves" for brokering the illegal trade of registration documents.

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2 Keralites to be declared saints in Vatican
KOTTAYAM/THRISSUR: On Sunday, a reformist priest and a reclusive nun from Kerala, which has a Christian tradition that predates most western nations, will be elevated to the Catholic Church's holy pantheon. At 10am local time in St Peter's Square in Vatican, Pope Francis will canonize Blessed....

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New Bishop of Hamilton named
An Auckland priest has been named by Pope Francis as the new Catholic bishop of Hamilton, Father Stephen Lowe will replace retiring Bishop Denis Browne. Vatican radio said the pope met with the Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet, yesterday to approve a slew of....

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Honor Roll
The Hillery Foundation honored five distinguished alumni of Bishop Timon-St. Jude High School for their service to the communities at the 57th Hillery Foundation Dinner. They have distinguished themselves as persons exemplifying the Franciscan spirit of caring and serving that they came to understand while attending Timon.

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