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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
Christianity
Dennis Mattinson’s Weather for Wednesday and Thursday
AREA FORECAST: The Owens Valley / The Town of Mammoth Lakes WED OCT 28 2020 WEATHER DISCUSSION: There’s an old weather saying, “the sharper the blast, the sooner it’s past.” That cold system Sunday has already ejected into New Mexico. Satellite loop early Wednesday shows dry weather, with clear skies.
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The Latest: Funds set for EU cross-borders patient transfers
BRUSSELS — The president of the European Commission said it will make 220 million euros available to help EU member states organize the cross-borders transfer of COVID-19 patients. Speaking Thursday after a video conference of EU’s 27 leaders, Ursula von der Leyen urged European countries to better....
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On day of terror, France raises security alert level to maximum
PARIS: France raised its alert to the highest level nationally yesterday after the attack in the Notre Dame church in Nice. It is the third apparent terrorist attack in just over a month in France. Prime Minister Jean Castex said yesterday's attack was "as cowardly as it is barbaric" and told....
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The Latest: Residents test positive at Kansas nursing home
BRUSSELS — The president of the European Commission said it will make 220 million euros available to help EU member states organize the cross-borders transfer of COVID-19 patients. Speaking Thursday after a video conference of EU’s 27 leaders, Ursula von der Leyen urged European countries to better....
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The Latest: Funds set for EU cross-borders patient transfers
Confronted to a massive surge of infections, many EU countries have reintroduced partial lockdowns as they try to avoid reaching a saturation point in their hospitals. Belgium, for instance, has warned the capacity of the country’s intensive care units could be reached in the next two weeks if the....
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Rick Salutin: What happened to the absolute value of free speech?
I’ve been a free speech absolutist all my writing life. Friends wondered why I was so American, versus Canadian, on the matter. I’ve never denied free speech can lead to serious damage to people’s feelings and society generally. But I felt the harm was justified by the good done through letting disagreements rip.
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'Campaign of lies': MPS parents speak out against Auburn group that opposes property tax increase
Parents of Montgomery Public School students gathered at Lanier High School on Thursday afternoon to speak out against an Auburn group that is campaigning against a tax increase to help Montgomery's school system. Our Republic has spent thousands of dollars on Facebook ads, radio commercials and....
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The Latest: Funds set for EU cross-borders patient transfers
Confronted to a massive surge of infections, many EU countries have reintroduced partial lockdowns as they try to avoid reaching a saturation point in their hospitals. Belgium, for instance, has warned the capacity of the country’s intensive care units could be reached in the next two weeks if the....
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The Latest: Residents test positive at Kansas nursing home
MISSION, Kan. — A nursing home where every resident has tested positive for the coronavirus in a rural Kansas county with the state’s highest infection rate has been removed from the Medicare program, putting its funding at risk. A scathing report from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services....
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The Latest: Residents test positive at Kansas nursing home
The federal report said infected residents were kept in the same rooms with those who were not sick, with only a sheet separating them. Communal dining continued for two days after residents began showing symptoms, and even then the facility waited a week before testing all its residents.
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The Latest: England puts 2M people under virus restrictions
LONDON — Another 2 million people in England are being placed under the government’s highest level of restrictions to curb the spread of the coronavirus, as case numbers rise and measures are gradually tightened across the country. Civic leaders in the West Yorkshire region of northern England say....
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