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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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US Election 2020 Results LIVE Updates: Trump supporters refuse to accept defeat, take to streets across cities chanting 'stop the steal'
US Election 2020 Results LATEST Updates: Chanting “This isn’t over!" and “Stop the steal,” supporters of President Donald Trump protested at state capitols across the country Saturday, refusing to accept defeat and echoing Trump’s unsubstantiated allegations that the Democrats won by fraud.
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Bend in the 1950s and early '60s
By HARRIET LANGMAS • For The Bulletin. The 1950s in Bend was a lull between WWII and the 1960s social upheaval. Shevlin Hixon mill had closed, purchased by Brooks Scanlon, but most people still had their jobs. The attitude was “the last one out turn out the lights.
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Festive Filipinos trying to save Christmas from coronavirus
The Philippines boasts one of the world’s longest Christmas seasons, kicking off in September with fairy lights and artificial trees decorating malls, festive tunes on the radio and party-packed calendars. But the coronavirus pandemic looks set to be the grinch that spoils the four-month-long celebration this year.
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Honour the fallen from home: List of Remembrance Day services 2020
However, organisers have adapted well with many councils and Royal British Legion branches setting up live streams so people can honour the fallen from the comfort of their own homes. Here is a list of the main Remembrance Day services: Bury St Edmunds.
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Virtual tribute film marks Remembrance Sunday commemorations
A short film commemorating those who have lost their lives in conflict will form the centrepiece of in Leicester today. The current coronavirus lockdown restrictions mean that the traditional Remembrance service at the War Memorial in the city's Victoria Park cannot, unfortunately, take place.
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Queen wears face mask in public for first time to attend ceremony at Westminster Abbey
The Queen has worn a face mask in public for the first time as she made a poignant pilgrimage to the grave of the Unknown Warrior to mark the centenary of his burial. The head of state followed Government regulations and adopted the covering when she visited the place of worship for a brief ceremony....
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Festive Filipinos trying to save Christmas from coronavirus
Manila: The Philippines boasts one of the world's longest Christmas seasons, kicking off in September with fairy lights and artificial trees decorating malls, festive tunes on the radio and party-packed calendars. But the coronavirus pandemic looks set to be the grinch that spoils the four-month-long celebration this year.
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Protastectomy gone wrong: Patient appeal to Sanwo-Olu, public for help
For 63-year-old Solomon Akinyemi, it has been five years of pain, discomfort and shame. This followed a trip to General Hospital, Gbagada for prostatectomy, which went wrong and has since seen him undergo two more surgery without positive results. As he awaits a fourth surgery, Akinyemi is crying....
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The contradictions of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
Former U.K. Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, 1948-2020 rami shllush Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, who died on Shabbat at the age of 72, had the unlikeliest beginning in life for one the generation’s most renowned Orthodox rabbis and philosophers. Despite growing up in a traditional family, going from his Church....
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The contradictions of Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
Former U.K. Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, 1948-2020 Rami Shllush Rami Shllush Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, who died on Shabbat at the age of 72, had the unlikeliest beginning in life for one the generation’s most renowned Orthodox rabbis and philosophers. Despite growing up in a traditional family, going....
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Festive Filipinos trying to save Christmas from coronavirus
This photo taken on October 6, 2020 shows a worker standing beside lanterns and lit ornaments, including several shaped in the likeness of the Eiffel Tower, for sale during the festive season at a shop in San Fernando town in Pampanga province. Ted Aljibe, AFP.
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