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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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An Extraordinary Life: Will County executive was 'honest, true to his word, hardworking'
But when Sarah says, ȁ#x201c;the farm,ȁ#x201d; she’s referring to two farms. One is the farm where Larry spent his childhood and raised his family. This farm was ȁ#x201c;just north of Elwood,ȁ#x201d; sold in 1996 and later develop[ed. The Walsh family never owned it; they farmed it, she said.
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Parties Brace for Legal Clashes Over Results
The former vice president encouraged a large voter turnout during his drive-in event in Pittsburgh, telling his supporters that the “power to change this country is in your hands.” “There’s nothing - nothing - that’s going to stop the people of this nation from voting. Period. And when America votes, America will be heard,” Mr.
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Abortion fight erodes support for Polish conservatives: poll
Support for Poland's governing conservatives has fallen following a near-total abortion ban that has inspired consecutive days of mass protests nationwide, a survey showed on Monday. In power since 2015 and re-elected last year, the Law and Justice (PiS) party saw its backing plunge by almost 10 percentage points last month, according to the poll.
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Election Day makes short week shorter for No. 9 BYU, No. 21 Boise State
PROVO — BYU's Top-25 matchup with Boise State was always going to be played on a short week, due to the Broncos' Friday night home game plans with TV partner Fox (7:45 p.m. MT, FS1). But because the game — which could be argued is the biggest game for the Cougars in at least two decades — falls in a....
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At least two killed, several injured in suspected terror attack in Vienna
Police sealed off much of the historic centre of Vienna, urging the public to shelter in place. Many sought refuge in bars and hotels, while public transport throughout the old town was shut down and police scoured the city. Police urged social media users not to post videos of the ongoing police operation, so as not to endanger officers.
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TODAY IN HISTORY: Russian space dog blasts off aboard Sputnik
In a little known and bizarre episode, Western Australia declared war on the emu on November 2, 1932. It was sparked when 20,000 of the flightless birds ravaged wheat crops in WA. The state government responded by sending an Australian Army equipped with machine guns to wipe out the pests.
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CRAIG BROWN: Old rockers never die, they just do Pilates
The other day on Celebrity Gogglebox, Roger Daltrey of The Who was filmed offering his friend, the Liverpudlian comedian John Bishop, a glass of mineral water. ‘Have you ever tried mixing half a glass of sparkling with half a glass of still?’ suggested the man who once sang of how he hoped he’d die before he got old.
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Digital history collection broadens focus to all of Rice County
The Northfield History Collaborative recently expanded its geographic outreach to include all of Rice County. Now, the online research tool is called Northfield-Rice County Digital History Collection. It contains documents and images, like this one of Bridgewater Township, Minnesota, circa 1885.
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'A Family Affair' by Sue Nyathi
Family is complicated... Meet the Mafus, a close-knit, traditional family with three daughters. As leaders of their church, The Kingdom of God, Pastor Abraham and his wife Phumla are guiding the community of Bulawayo in faith, while trying to keep the different branches of their family intact.
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Alleged Oyigbo killings to divert attention from IPOB’s crime – Wike Dennis Naku, Port Harcourt The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has described the allegation that he ordered the army to kill Igbo people in Oyigbo as a “politically-motivated falseho
Dennis Naku, Port Harcourt. The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has described the allegation that he ordered the army to kill Igbo people in Oyigbo as a “politically-motivated falsehood.” Wike, in a television programme on Monday in Port Harcourt, said the curfew was imposed to restore calm after IPOB’s attack.
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Survivor: Genocide suspect Mugenzi orchestrated murder of hi...
A Genocide survivor who was neighbours with Genocide suspect Joseph Mugenzi during the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi has described the suspect as “an evil man” who ruthlessly oversaw the extermination of Tutsi neighbours. Asked what he would like judicial authorities in the Netherlands to know....
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