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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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Welcome to the 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

The couple have set up camp in bushes next to the Meteor Centre

These images show the shocking conditions a desperate couple have been living in for the past five weeks after setting up camp in bushes at a busy It is believed that the pair are spending their nights in a tent inside the foliage at the side of a car park in Derby’s Meteor Centre in Mansfield Road....

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NY Times hires “white people” expert Sarah Jeong

She was hired, they say, for her expertise on law, technology, internet culture -- and white people. That’s her job description. Well, okay, I added the “white people” part, though the more you read about Sarah Jeong, the recent editorial hire at The New York Times , the more you realize that she is mostly about defining people by race.

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Provocative Conscience: Pastor Otabil and the...

Banks have collapsed; about 4000 innocent Ghanaians are on the verge of losing their jobs without any compensation arrangements, like the golden parachute that the so-called board of directors have enjoyed until the demise of these banks. A deep hole remains in the financial sector. Wampah, Issahaku and even Addison are all complicit.

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Mr. President, forgive and let go: Economist Kachaje tells Malawi leader Mutharika

Having seen a promotional video clip on the program “Talk to The President” last week, I eagerly waited for days to watch my President respond to the questions people would raise. Unfortunately, we had no power in our area due to the usual load shedding, so I had to listen to the program on radio. Mr.

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Airport Employee Steals Plane, Does Tricks, Crashes

Some dude stole a plane from #Seatac (Allegedly), did a loop-the-loop, ALMOST crashed into #ChambersBay , then crossed in front of our party, chased by fighter jets and subsequently crashed. Weird times. — bmbdgty (@drbmbdgty) August 11, 2018 The flight was “a joy ride gone terribly wrong,” Sheriff Pastor told The Seattle Times .

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According to Changechecker’s money experts and their new Scarcity Index, these 37 rare coins could be worth a mint one day

It seems it is a common fantasy among British people to find an old relic, long forgotten, and cash it in for a wealthy cash sum. To most this will never actually happen. But now, experts have indicated it might be a valuable use of your time to go through your pockets.

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From Limerick’s Moyross to the South Sudan Maban region

THE popular former Parish Priest of Moyross, Fr Tony O’Riordan has vowed to continue his missionary work in Sudan – despite a civil war ripping through the country. Fr O’Riordan, who served in Corpus Christi between 2011 and 2016, has swapped the streets of Moyross for Maban County in South Sudan,....

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Church of England Bishop Calls for Near-Total Ban on Burka Wearing

He said: ‘We need to be able to identify people in government buildings, transport centres and tourist attractions, to take three examples. Security concerns trump cultural rights.’ But Sir Iqbal Sacranie, a former secretary general of the Muslim Council of Britain, said he was ‘sad’ that such....

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À Propos host Jim Corcoran hangs up the mic, talks past, present and future

Despite growing up a unilingual anglophone in the Eastern Townships, Jim Corcoran fell in love with French Canadian music as a young man — so much so that he chose to study French at Bishop's University. (Pascal Michaud/Radio-Canada) After 30 years of hosting the CBC Radio One show À Propos, Jim Corcoran has announced he'll be hanging up the mic.

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Cleveland Indians honor tickets 52 years after accident

By MARC BONA Cleveland.com. CLEVELAND (AP) - Jennifer Annis had been looking forward to seeing the Indians. Having earned straight A's at St. Rose School, she was awarded two tickets to the game on Aug. 20, 1966. It was a treat. Her mother was a widow with several children, so "going to baseball games was not in the plan," she said.

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A Leicester miscellany: A selection of weird and wonderful facts and figures about our city and county

Upper reaches: brown trout and chub. Middle reaches: chub, roach, perch, gudgeon, pike, dace. Lower reaches: barbel, chub, bream, pike, bleak; Leicestershire quotes "An old, stinking town; situated upon a dull river inhabited for the most part by tradesmen...

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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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