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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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Today in History: March 2
1498: Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama lands at what is now Mozambique, on his travels to India. 1776: US Marines fight first battle, capturing British fort in Bahamas in Revolutionary War. 1791: Death of John Wesley, English theologian and founder of Methodism. 1835: Death of Francis II, Emperor of Austria and the last Holy Roman Emperor.
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Vatican opens archives on history's most controversial pope
The Vatican unseals the archives of history's most contentious popes on Monday, potentially shedding light on why Pius XII stayed silent during the extermination of six million Jews in the Holocaust. Two hundred researchers have already requested access to the mountain of documents, made available....
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Migrants clash with Greek police at border after Turkey opens floodgates
KASTANIES/LESBOS, Greece: Greek police fired tear gas to repel hundreds of stone-throwing migrants who sought to force their way across the border from Turkey on Sunday, witnesses said, with thousands more behind them after Ankara relaxed curbs on their movement.
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What Mussolini and Hitler's Rise to Power Can Teach Us about Opposing Trump: Unite, Unite!
To defeat Trump the main thing history tells opponents is--unite! Do what adversaries of Mussolini and Hitler did not do in the early 1920s and early 1930s, thereby allowing the future tyrants to come to power constitutionally and then dismantle more democratic systems.
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Vatican opens archives on history's most controversial pope
Vatican City (AFP) - The Vatican unseals the archives of history's most contentious popes on Monday, potentially shedding light on why Pius XII stayed silent during the extermination of six million Jews in the Holocaust. Two hundred researchers have already requested access to the mountain of....
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1 Comment on My mother was arrested in ‘Ibyitso’.
My mother, Mukarugwiza Julienne, in 1993, in Kigali. My mother was arrested in ‘Ibyitso’ (spies) After I was born, she stopped studying and came to look for work in Rwanda. She opened a hair saloon for women in Kigali, she seemed to do well, or at least in my baby opinion, because she came to see me....
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PNP tags 7 regions in illegal gambling
MANILA, Philippines Aside from Metro Manila, the Philippine National Police (PNP) yesterday named seven regions in the country that have rampant illegal gambling activities. The PNP said these regions are Bicol, Cagayan, Valley, Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon), Central Luzon, Central Visayas, Ilocos and Western Visayas.
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Vatican opens archives on controversial pope
ROME: Pope Francis wipes his nose during mass which opens Lent – the forty-day period of abstinence and deprivation for Christians before Holy Week and Easter at the Santa Sabina church in Rome. – AFP. VATICAN CITY: The Vatican unseals the archives of history’s most contentious popes today,....
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Migrants clash with Greek police at border after Turkey opens floodgates
By Lefteris Papadimas and Alkis Konstantinidis. KASTANIES/LESBOS, Greece (Reuters) - Greek police fired tear gas to repel hundreds of stone-throwing migrants who sought to force their way across the border from Turkey on Sunday, witnesses said, with thousands more behind them after Ankara relaxed curbs on their movement.
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Migrants clash with Greek police at border after Turkey opens floodgates
It was the second straight day of clashes at the border crossing by the northeastern Greek town of Kastanies in which police drove back approaching migrants with volleys of tear gas. Greece had placed its borders on maximum-security footing earlier on Sunday after hundreds of other migrants used porous crossing points to enter the country.
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Migrants clash with Greek police at border after Turkey opens floodgates
Greek police fired tear gas to repel hundreds of stone-throwing migrants who sought to force their way across the border from Turkey on Sunday, witnesses said, with thousands more behind them after Ankara relaxed curbs on their movement. I t was the second straight day of clashes at the border....
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