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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

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Sri Lanka bombings claim victims from three British families

Members of three British families were among nearly 300 people killed in the series of terror attacks in Sri Lanka. Anita Nicholson, a 42-year-old lawyer based in Singapore, her son, Alex, 14, and daughter, Annabel, 11, died when a suicide bomber detonated a device in the breakfast queue at the Shangri-La hotel in Colombo.

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Sri Lanka bombings claim victims from three British families

Members of three British families were among nearly 300 people killed in the series of terror attacks in Sri Lanka. Anita Nicholson, a 42-year-old lawyer based in Singapore, her son, Alex, 14, and daughter, Annabel, 11, died when a suicide bomber detonated a device in the breakfast queue at the Shangri-La hotel in Colombo.

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Sri Lanka bombings claim victims from three British families

Members of three British families were among nearly 300 people killed in the series of terror attacks in Sri Lanka. Anita Nicholson, a 42-year-old lawyer based in Singapore, her son, Alex, 14, and daughter, Annabel, 11, died when a suicide bomber detonated a device in the breakfast queue at the Shangri-La hotel in Colombo.

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Sri Lanka bombings claim victims from three British families

Members of three British families were among nearly 300 people killed in the series of terror attacks in Sri Lanka. Anita Nicholson, a 42-year-old lawyer based in Singapore, her son, Alex, 14, and daughter, Annabel, 11, died when a suicide bomber detonated a device in the breakfast queue at the Shangri-La hotel in Colombo.

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Sri Lanka bombings claim victims from three British families

Members of three British families were among nearly 300 people killed in the series of terror attacks in Sri Lanka. Anita Nicholson, a 42-year-old lawyer based in Singapore, her son, Alex, 14, and daughter, Annabel, 11, died when a suicide bomber detonated a device in the breakfast queue at the Shangri-La hotel in Colombo.

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Sublime Frequencies’ Vision of What World Music Means Today

In June, 1987, four men met at the Empress of Russia, a pub in London, and reinvented world music. Scholars and archivists had been documenting non-Western musical traditions for at least a century, as had, later, record labels such as Folkways and Nonesuch.

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Marcelo Bielsa attempts to explain Leeds selection that raised some eyebrows

Marcelo Bielsa has admitted that he felt Adam Forshaw was better suited to the Leeds United midfield than Kalvin Phillips, despite last night’s damaging defeat to Brentford. Leeds are now looking increasingly unlikely to win automatic promotion back to the Premier League this season, with....

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7:57 Death Toll from Sri Lanka Bombings Rises to 321

23 de abril de 2019, 07:57 Colombo, Apr 23 (Prensa Latina) The death toll from the Easter Sunday bombing attacks in Sri Lanka has risen to 321, about 500 people were injured, 38 foreigners are among the fatal victims, Defense Minister Ruwan Wijewardene said on Tuesday.

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Sri Lanka bombing victims were from at least 12 countries

after the blasts. But among them was Dileep Roshan, 37, a carpenter who left behind a wife and daughter, his family told The Associated Press. "His wife and daughter won't be able to do much now because he is gone," said his older brother, Sanjeevani Roshan. "The real question is what will happen to their future.

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Live Briefing: Sri Lanka Bombings Live Updates: ISIS Claims Responsibility for Attacks

• The Islamic State claimed responsibility on Tuesday for the Easter Sunday bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka that killed more than 300 people. The group’s Amaq news agency made the claim. • A government official said the bombings were retaliation for the killing of 50 people last month....

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National Analysis: Senior's suicides in long-term care go overlooked CNN Newsource 6:57 AM, Apr 23, 2019

(NVDRS) from 2003 to 2015 in 27 states. They found that 2.2% of those suicides were related to long-term care. The people who died were either people living in or transitioning to long-term care, or caregivers of people in those circumstances. KHN extrapolated the finding to the entire U.S.

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