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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
Even at 6,000-strong, BYU fans thrilled to finally cheer No. 12 Cougars to win over Texas State
PROVO — For the past 28 years, Trent Ladle has spent every Saturday in the fall rounding up various friends and family members and driving to LaVell Edwards Stadium as a BYU football season ticket holder. For much of that time in recent years, he's started at his home in Stansbury Park and picked up....
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Social Affairs
14 hours ago. The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has named Citi FM as the best English radio station for the year 2019.[/B ... 14 hours ago. Citi FM rsquo;s Citi Breakfast Show has been announced the morning show of the year 2019 by the Ghana Journalist ... 14 hours ago.
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Six spine-chilling Maltese ghost stories
One of the women occasionally used to visit the place, to pray in the chapel there, which might have been what now made her look in the cemetery’s direction. But if she had intended to say a prayer, it was never uttered, for instead she was choked into silence at the sight of a ghostly procession.
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Observers say Tanzania's presidential vote is already flawed
NAIROBI, Kenya -- Tanzania's opposition faces a new obstacle in its quest to unseat President John Magufuli in Wednesday's election : It says the government has made it difficult to accredit thousands of opposition electoral observers who want to ensure the vote is fair.
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Spanish to EnglishExBulletin
GARCIA-NAVARRO: We have received more than 2000 correct responses and the winner is Matthew Trill from Clearwater, Florida. Congratulations. MATTHEW TRILL: Thank you very much. Happy to be here. GARCIA-NAVARRO: How did you find out? TRILL: Well, I kind of got sidetracked because Santa got into my....
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Even during COVID-19, Bay City, El Campo play on
While both were experienced high school football coaches, it still came as a surprise to Bob Gillis and Warren Trahan years ago to see how much the annual El Campo-Bay City game meant to fans of both schools. “Warren had just started at Bay City and I had just come to El Campo in 1992, and we were....
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Polish protesters target church masses over near-total abortion ban
WARSAW (Reuters) – Hundreds of people protested during mass at Polish churches on Sunday against a court ruling that amounts to a near-total ban on abortion, with some spraying slogans on the buildings and others stringing up lines of black laundry. It is first time protests have been held directly....
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As expected, Western observers say Tanzania’s presidential vote is already flawed
In this Saturday, July 11, 2020 file photo, President John Magufuli speaks at the national congress of his ruling Chama cha Mapinduzi (CCM) party in Dodoma, Tanzania. Tanzanians are due to go to the polls on Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2020 with the future of one of Africa's most populous countries at stake....
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Hopes Week ⯑ The World Feels Hopeless. I Talked To Christian Scholars About What To Do. “We don’t have any special wisdom. We don’t have special answers.” Scott Lucas • 2 hours ago
The day I had set aside to write a story about hope, the sun didn’t rise. Around 5 in the morning, our dog woke howling, and I couldn’t fall back asleep. The sky should have grown lighter, but it didn’t. By the time I crawled out of bed, it seemed darker than before. It was not the climate for hope.
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The history of the Little Italy neighbourhood in Toronto
Little Italy was Toronto’s first designated Italian neighborhood. It surrounds College Street, bordered roughly by Bathurst, Dundas and Harbord streets and Ossington Avenue. The area gets its name for its large number of Italian residents and institutions, although this wasn’t the first place Italian immigrants settled.
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Yazidi bleeding hearts: The fragility of Armenia’s largest ethnic minority On a hot and dry September morning, the descendants of three Yazidi villages from the Armavir region in Armenia met at a cemetery on a hill, on the outskirts of the town of Sardara
, Yazidis came to Armenia in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The origins of the monotheistic religion are disputed because it does not have a book and its sacred songs are passed on orally from generation to generation. In Armenia, Yazidis living in compact settlements preserved the secrets of....
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No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and Mammon. Matthew, 6. 24

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