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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
Christianity
Pacete: Beyond forgetting trip, 2
The “tour-de-force” performance of our drivers provided us a literally nail-clinging scene wherein some disgorged green matters from their stomach. (I was almost there.) We traversed the plains of Nueva Viscaya passing Sta. Fe, Antao, Bambang, Bayombong and Solano.

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Indonesian foreign minister regrets Oz asylum seeker policy
The Indonesian government strongly regrets the decision of the Australian government to completely close its doors to unwanted asylum seekers who use Indonesia as the entry point to their preferred final destination, Australia. Speaking at a press conference at the Foreign Ministry on Thursday,....

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Israeli-Palestinian conflict shifts ominously toward religious war
Guarded by a phalanx of riot police, the knot of young Jewish men, long sidelocks blowing in the breeze, strode across the paved esplanade of Jerusalem's most sensitive religious site. A group of veiled and black-robed Muslim women leaped up to confront them, rhythmically chanting: " Allahu akbar !"....

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11 die in Zimbabwe church stampede
KWEKWE, Zimbabwe: At least 11 people died and many were injured in a stampede at a stadium in Zimbabwe as thousands attending a church service tried to leave through the only open exit, police said Friday. Police said around 15,000 people were packed into the stadium in Kwekwe, 281 km (175 miles)....

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Churches Continue to Fight, Pray Against Ebola
The Ebola epidemic is still raging through Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Anglican leaders and communities are joining other faith groups to take action and share accurate messaging to help in the fight against Ebola and prevent any further spread. According to latest reports there are 13,042 confirmed, probable and suspected cases.

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Eleven worshippers die in Zimbabwe stampede
At least 11 people died and many more were injured in a stampede in Zimbabwe as thousands packed a stadium for a service by a celebrity preacher and self-styled miracle-worker, police said Friday. Police said around 15,000 people were crammed into the stadium in Kwekwe southwest of Harare Thursday....

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Eleven worshippers die in Zimbabwe stampede
Police said around 15,000 people were crammed into the stadium in Kwekwe southwest of Harare Thursday evening for an event held by Walter Magaya, a Pentecostal preacher who models himself on Nigeria's controversial Pastor TB Joshua. When the service ended worshippers rushed to the only exit, with....

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Eleven die in Zimbabwe stadium stampede
At least 11 people died and many were injured in a stampede at a stadium in Zimbabwe as thousands attending a church service tried to leave through the only open exit, police said on Friday (Saturday NZT). Police said around 15,000 people were packed into the stadium in Kwekwe, 281 kilometres....

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St. Louis Remains on Edge Ahead of Grand Jury Report
FERGUSON Mo. (Reuters) - A St. Louis suburb that faced weeks of sometimes violent protests following August's fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white policeman remained on edge on Wednesday as it waited to learn if the officer would face charges.

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Nothing Against My Ob Brigadier Muhoozi
One evening at school nearly 20 years ago, two friends and I carried out a little 'experiment', whose findings left me worried about Uganda's future after Yoweri Museveni. My mind raced back to that prank this week, as I read Mr Stephen Othieno's article in the New Vision, about The Observer's....

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Eleven die in Zimbabwe stadium stampede following preacher's service
Kwekwe, Zimbabwe : At least 11 people died and many were injured in a stampede at a stadium in Zimbabwe as thousands attending a church service tried to leave through the only open exit, police said Friday. Police said around 15,000 people were packed into the stadium in Kwekwe, 281 kilometres....

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