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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

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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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Five years after Paris attacks, France back on maximum alert
Five years after a squad of Islamist killers waged the deadliest attack during peacetime in modern-day France, Prime Minister Jean Castex on Friday paid tribute to those killed, with the country once again on its highest security alert.
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Five years after Paris attacks, France back on maximum alert
Five years after a squad of Islamist killers waged the deadliest attack during peacetime in modern-day France, Prime Minister Jean Castex on Friday paid tribute to those killed, with the country once again on its highest security alert.
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Five years after Paris attacks, France back on maximum alert This content was published on Nov 13, 2020 Nov 13, 2020 PARIS (Reuters) - Five years after a squad of Islamist killers waged the deadliest attack during peacetime in modern-day France, Prime Min
PARIS (Reuters) - Five years after a squad of Islamist killers waged the deadliest attack during peacetime in modern-day France, Prime Minister Jean Castex on Friday paid tribute to those killed, with the country once again on its highest security alert.
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Five years after Paris attacks, France back on maximum alert
Five years after a squad of militant killers waged the deadliest attack during peacetime in modern-day France, Prime Minister Jean Castex on Friday paid tribute to those killed, with the country once again on its highest security alert. The militant suicide bombers and gunmen killed 130 people and....
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POLITICO London Playbook: Khan settlement — Cummings going — Labour results day
Presented by Barclays. Good Friday morning. This is Emilio Casalicchio. SCOOP: The government has reached a settlement with Sonia Khan — the former special adviser who launched an unfair dismissal claim after being sacked by Dominic Cummings and accused of leaking information to her previous boss Philip Hammond.
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COMMENT-ANALYSIS TP O'Mahony: Second lockdown will test our sense of social solidarity We're accepting the restrictions for now but our history shows we do not, as a people, possess a very well-developed sense of the 'common good' – selfish individualism
Our sense of social solidarity, as well as our tolerance for unpalatable measures aimed at the common good, will be tested during the second lockdown. Restrictions on personal liberties on the scale required by a national lockdown may even test our loyalty to and belief in the institutions of democracy.
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Who Was Carrie Underwood Winking At? 10 Questions We Have About the 2020 CMA Awards - Taste of Country
In the end, one thing is clear: Underwood was right about being scrutinized no matter what she did. We were so focused on her that we glossed over the best reaction, like he'd won the award himself! How is everyone feeling today? Let's not roll over the fact that a bunch of people tested positive....
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Who Was Carrie Underwood Winking At? 10 Questions We Have About the 2020 CMA Awards - Taste of Country
In the end, one thing is clear: Underwood was right about being scrutinized no matter what she did. We were so focused on her that we glossed over the best reaction, like he'd won the award himself! How is everyone feeling today? Let's not roll over the fact that a bunch of people tested positive....
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Not too early to start giving for the holidays
With temperatures starting to drop, and radio stations shifting to more merry and bright tones, many families have started planning for the upcoming holiday season. While some clans will continue their annual celebrations with magnificent meals and gifts, many Hoosiers aren’t feeling as fortunate as the new year approaches.
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SABC removes radio host accused of 'joy' at EFF member ...
The SABC has removed Umhlobo Wenene Breakfast show host Phiwe “Pastor The DJ” Nozewu after he expressed “joy” on Twitter regarding a confrontation between an EFF supporter who was assaulted in Brackenfell, Cape Town, and local residents. The public broadcaster announced its decision on Twitter on....
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Radio Prague
Link: View full article Thousands usually visit central Prague on the anniversary of the start of the Velvet Revolution. Given the Covid-19 situation, events on November 17 this year are set to look a lot different – though the organisers are offering people novel ways to celebrate.
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