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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

Member Area

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
Fourteen killed in clashes in Central African Republic
BANGUI – Fourteen people have been killed in violent clashes between Christians and Muslims in an isolated town in eastern Central African Republic that began last week, police and a senior Catholic official said on Sunday. The mineral-rich but impoverished nation has descended into chaos since....

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5 things to know about federal shutdown on Monday
What's going on as a partial government shutdown begins its second week with no end in sight.

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The Hague Trial: ICC: Second witness in Ruto case to testify in public
The second prosecution witness against Deputy President William Ruto and Radio Journalist Joshua Sang will give his testimony in public.

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If there's doubt, pay up, Abbott tells MPs
If any federal politician has doubts about entitlements they've claimed from Australian taxpayers they should pay them back, Prime Minister Tony Abbott says.

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If there's doubt pay up, Abbott tells MPs
BELLS are ringing for change to politicians' travel entitlements after a series of controversies over Liberal MPs travelling to weddings.

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Tony Abbott paid back money claimed for Peter Slipper's wedding
Prime minister has repaid more than $1,700 in travel costs claimed to attend weddings of two party colleagues Katharine Murphy

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West Papuan Activists Occupy Australian Consulate In Bali
Three students leave after delivering letter asking for support. By Greg Jennett in Nusa Dua. MELBOURNE, Australia (Radio Australia, Oct. 6, 2013) – Three West Papuan activists who occupied Australia's consulate in Bali have left the compound after making pleas for the Government to take up their cause.

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PETER MCKAY: Our courts won't be able to cope if politicians begin suing each other over alleged lies and cover-ups
Labour's Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham threatens to sue for libel the Tory Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, over a tweet. Whatever next? By PETER MCKAY.

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Expenses scandal levelling score: Joyce
Barnaby Joyce says political opponents are trying to "level the score" after the coalition won the federal election by exposing his past travel claims.

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Expenses scandal 'levelling score': Joyce
COALITION frontbencher Barnaby Joyce says there needs to be reform in claiming travel expenses after he had to repay thousands of dollars.

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Pit Bull Named Year's Top "American Hero Dog" At The 2013 American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards'
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --The nation's top therapy dog, a pit bull named Elle (pronounced Ellie) from Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina who helps teach children about dog safety, readi...

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Verse of the day

With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible. Matthew, 19. 26


Is wealth an indication of God’s favor or blessing?