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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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Asian Markets Mostly Higher
CANBERA (dpa-AFX) - Asian stock markets are mostly higher on Thursday following the overnight rally on Wall Street amid optimism that coronavirus infections around the world are nearing a peak and on expectations of more stimulus measures by governments. Investors now look ahead to the release of the U.
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Asia Pacific shares mostly higher as investors await US initial jobless claims data
On the economic data front, the U.S. unemployment claims report for the week ended April 4 is set to be out at 8:30 a.m. ET Thursday, with more than five million expected to have filed for unemployment last week as the country continues to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic.
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Asian shares mixed, Tokyo lower as Wall Street rally fades
TOKYO – Shares were mixed in Asia on Thursday after a 3.4% gain on Wall Street overnight as investors chose a positive focus for data about the coronavirus outbreak’s trajectory. Japan’s Nikkei 225 index lost 0.4% after the central bank governor said the economy faces “extremely high” uncertainty over the likely impact of the pandemic.
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Asian shares mixed, Tokyo lower as Wall Street rally fades
BANGKOK Shares were mixed in Asia on Thursday after a 3.4% gain on Wall Street overnight as investors chose a positive focus for data about the coronavirus outbreak’s trajectory. Japan’s Nikkei 225 index lost 0.4% after the central bank governor said the economy faces “extremely high” uncertainty over the likely impact of the pandemic.
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Asian Markets Mostly Higher
(RTTNews) - Asian stock markets are mostly higher on Thursday following the overnight rally on Wall Street amid optimism that coronavirus infections around the world are nearing a peak and on expectations of more stimulus measures by governments. Investors now look ahead to the release of the U.S.
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Rights group blasts arrest of three Myanmar artists as ridiculous - The Myanmar Times
“At a time when the Myanmar government needs to be doing more to bring attention to the coronavirus crisis, arresting those bringing attention to the issue is all the more ridiculous. The charges should immediately be dropped,” said Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director of Han Rights Watch.
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Air Pollution From Brushfires Chokes Rural Villages in Northern Laos
Brushfires in Laos' northern provinces Wednesday spewed smoke and fine particulate matter into the air, causing respiratory problems for downwind residents in the Southeast Asian country, who say that the government failed to warn them about air pollution.
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Alphabet : U.S. approves Google request to use segment of U.S.-Asia undersea cable
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Wednesday approved Alphabet Inc unit Google's request to use part of an U.S.-Asia undersea telecommunications cable after the company warned it would face significantly higher prices to carry traffic by other means.
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Asia Stocks to Rise After U.S. Rally; Oil Soars: Markets Wrap
(Bloomberg) -- Asian stocks looked poised for gains after a strong session on Wall Street, with investors assessing how far the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. is away from its peak and when the economy will be able to ramp up again. Oil surged amid expectations for production cuts. Futures rose in Japan, Hong Kong and Australia.
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U.S. approves Google request to use segment of U.S.-Asia undersea cable
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Wednesday approved Alphabet Inc unit Google's request to use part of an U.S.-Asia undersea telecommunications cable after the company warned it would face significantly higher prices to carry traffic by other means.
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Bundesliga reveals plans to restart in early May
In an interview with the New York Times , Bundesliga chief executive Christian Seifert said that the German top flight is targeting an early May return to play from its coronavirus shutdown, with teams already conducting training sessions. Seifert said that while he does not expect fans to be able....
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U.S. approves Google request to use segment of U.S.-Asia undersea cable
April 8, 2020. By David Shepardson and Andrea Shalal. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Wednesday approved Alphabet Inc unit Google’s request to use part of an U.S.-Asia undersea telecommunications cable after the company warned it would face significantly higher prices to carry traffic by other means.
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REUTERS - UPDATE 2-U.S. approves Google request to use segment of U.S.-Asia undersea cable
UPDATE 2-U.S. approves Google request to use segment of U.S.-Asia undersea cable. (Adds FCC approving, Facebook comment) By David Shepardson and Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON, April 8 (Reuters) - The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Wednesday approved Alphabet Inc unit Google's request to use part of an U.
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Security Please, just stop downloading apps from unofficial stores: Android users hit with 'unkillable malware' Picked up xHelper 'matryoshka' trojan? Best to just nuke the site from orbit
An Android malware package likened to a Russian matryoshka nesting doll has security researchers raising the alarm, since it appears it's almost impossible to get rid of. Known as xHelper, the malware has been spreading mainly in Russia, Europe, and Southwest Asia on Android 6 and 7 devices (which....
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Coronavirus darkens Asia’s economic outlooks: JCER survey
The outlooks for Asian economies have greatly deteriorated due to the impact from the corona shock. With the ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus, Asian economists have drastically lowered their growth projections. Some forecasts see negative growth rates for 2020 in Singapore and Thailand.
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Central Asia Nervously Awaits Withdrawal of Foreign Militaries from Afghanistan by John C. K. Daly
BACKGROUND: The length and topography of Turkmenistan’s, Uzbekistan’s and Tajikistan’s frontiers with Afghanistan precludes effectively sealing their borders. Turkmenistan’s frontier is 462 miles (744 kilometers) and Uzbekistan’s 85 miles (137 kilometers).
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Boyden : Relaunches in South Korea to Support Asia Pacific Expansion
World-class management consultant John Kim joins as new Managing Partner to lead the firm’s new Seoul office. , a premier leadership and talent advisory firm with more than 65 offices in over 40 countries, today announced that John Kim has joined as a Managing Partner.
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AI Adaptive Radio Market 2025 by Technology Type, ByApplication, By Verticals| Thales group, Harris Corporation, Raytheon Company, Rockwell Collins, Inc., Northrop Grumman Corporation
AI Adaptive Radio is an electrically activated valve used to regulate the direction or flow of liquid, air in the fluid power systems. Theses valves are applicable in both hydraulic and pneumatic fluid power systems. With the increase in the adoption of IoT applications and advance technologies....
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Greece: UNICEF Europe & Central Asia Region (ECARO) Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Situation Report No. 2, 1 – 6 April 2020
Highlights. UNICEF works for children and adolescents in 22 countries and territories1 in Europe and Central Asia (ECA) Region. UNICEF is also present in Italy supporting Refugee and Migrant populations. • All countries except Tajikistan and Turkmenistan have reported cases of COVID-19; eight have....
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First peacetime draft enacted before World War II
In 1940, Americans closely followed the news of Germany’s armed forces overrunning most of Europe, while Japan was using its military aggressively in East Asia. Public opinion in the United States was changing sharply from isolationism to the possibility of military action against the Axis powers of Italy, Japan and Germany.
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Big Data Exchange (BDx) Announces Acquisition of Data Center in Singapore
Content exchange company BDx begins Southeast Asia expansion. HONG KONG April 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --Â Big Data Exchange just got bigger. The carrier neutral, content-exchange company announced the completion of sale on a data center located in Paya Lebar Singapore formerly owned by Telstra.
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Big Data Exchange (BDx) Announces Acquisition of Data Center in Singapore
Content exchange company BDx begins Southeast Asia expansion. HONG KONG April 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Big Data Exchange just got bigger. The carrier neutral, content-exchange company announced the completion of sale on a data center located in Paya Lebar Singapore formerly owned by Telstra.
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Southeast Asia's auto plants limp along at 30% of capacity
BANGKOK/JAKARTA -- Auto factories throughout Southeast Asia are operating at only 30% of capacity as the coronavirus outbreak undercuts new vehicle purchases. Thailand issued an emergency declaration March 26, but the order let factories continue operations.
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The Long History of US Racism Against Asian Americans, from ‘Yellow Peril’ to ‘Model Minority’ to the ‘Chinese Virus’
In a recent Washington Post op-ed , former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang called upon Asian Americans to become part of the solution against COVID-19. In the face of rising anti-Asian racist actions – now at about 100 reported cases per day – Yang implores Asian Americans to “wear....
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In Mumbai's Dharavi, Coronavirus Cases Rise To 13, Two Patients Dead
Mumbai: The number of coronavirus cases in Mumbai's Dharavi - the largest slum in Asia -- has touched 13, with six new cases in 24 hours. Among the new patients is a 50-year-old woman, who worked as the cleaning staff at a hospital. Another, a 25-year-old man, is the son of a patient who proved positive.
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1 Five trees or a latte? Coastal communities seek crowdfunding for ...
An online platform built on blockchain could drive forest planting in coastal areas across India and Southeast Asia. By Michael Taylor. KUALA LUMPUR, April 7 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Would you forgo a cup of coffee to plant mangroves aimed at helping coastal communities fend off climate....
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