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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

MORE BODIES EXHUMED ON SOLOMONS WEATHERCOAST

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (RNZI, Jan. 19) - Solomon Islands police have exhumed nine more bodies as part of murder investigations. Eight of the bodies were found on Guadalcanal’s Weathercoast and two of them have been taken to Honiara’s central hospital to determine the cause of death.

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Sexual violence rampant in South Sudan’s Unity area, says UN, Former preacher of Aqsa Mosque dies in Sudan, Nile State Governor praises Qatar’s development projects in Sudan

Sheikh Mohammed Siam was deported by Israel to Sudan in 1988 Former preacher of East Jerusalem’s Al Aqsa Mosque, Sheikh Mohammed Siam, has died of a stroke in Sudan. “Seyam has passed away at a hospital in Sudan,” Palestinian resistance group Hamas said in a statement on Saturday.

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MWALIMU ANDREW: Apostle Elkana reaps big from Valentine’s Day fete

If the economy was that bad, the church would be full. Poverty brings people to church, not away from it. “I am so glad that we have you in this church,” Apostle Elkana, The Revered Spiritual Superintendent of THOAG (The Holiest Of All Ghosts) Tabernacle Assembly, told me over a week ago when I went to see him in church.

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Fiddleworms and friends raising money for non-profits

FLORENCE — When Russell Mefford was approached by two charities about organizing benefit concerts featuring The Fiddleworms, he turned the show into an event with additional musicians. He and a who's who of Shoals musicians showcased the music of one of the most popular rock bands of all time, The Beatles.

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Random acts of kindness and other Sunday pursuits

It began, as these wacky events have a tendency to, in California. It was taken up, then taken over, as they inevitably are, by a foundation funded by one of America’s richest men, a conservative Christian billionaire who owns a string of sports teams, venues and stadiums.

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Cleveland’s ‘Polka Ambassador,’ Tony Petkovsec, dies at 77

The cause was cancer, according to WINT, formerly WELW, the Lake County radio station he co-owned and where he had been heard since 1981. Polkas and the ethnic community were at the center of his life. Born Aug. 21, 1941, he grew up in Cleveland’s old St.

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Corey Jones police shooting trial: What really happened in the dead of night off I-95?

Former officer Nouman Raja faces manslaughter charges in the shooting death of a reggae drummer. In the still of the night in Palm Beach Gardens, an oval mound of black and white stones mark the spot where three years ago the sound of car door chimes rang on and on after 31-year-old Corey Jones took his last breaths.

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Editorial Felix Tshisekedi wins DR Congo presidential vote: electoral board 33.1K 1

This post has already been read 116787 times! Felix Tshisekedi has vowed to be the president “of all Congolese” after the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) electoral commission declared him the winner of the country’s long-delayed elections. The result, which was announced in the early hours of....

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O'Neill: Second suspect charged in friendly fire shooting

A second person has been arrested and charged in connection with the alleged attempted robbery that led to the friendly fire death of an NYPD detective from Long Island, New York Police Commissioner James P. O'Neill said. O'Neill told Spectrum News NY1 over the telephone Saturday afternoon that the....

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Justice and Peace in Our World — The struggles of People of Colour (Part 3)

SHAKA Esnard in a recent interview with Radio 100 insisted that: “St. Lucia is a hurting nation”. Indeed, Shaka was echoing what we all know is true of our nation even though we celebrate our 40th Anniversary of Independence. There has been a consistent high level of illiteracy in St. Lucia spanning several decades.

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At vigil, a plea for answers on what happened to Christopher McCallum

Hundreds gathered in Squantum on Friday night in a search for answers in the death of 44-year-old Bridgewater man and Squantum native Christopher McCallum. QUINCY — The light from hundreds of tiny candles came together on Friday night to illuminate the field behind Squantum Elementary School.

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