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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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Trench warfare, drones and cowering civilians: on the ground in Nagorno-Karabakh
Updates on the fighting arrive via the chime of WhatsApp messages and news bulletins on the radio, while the Diocese still holds mass for people who dare to go to church to pray and light candles. When the air raid siren sounds to warn that an Azerbaijani jet has crossed into Armenian-controlled....
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Robert Mitchum, A Seasoned Champion | The Village Voice
Published at villagevoice.com Trouble waits in sullen pools along the way l’ve taken. Silent windows stare the empty street. No love beckons me save that which I’ve forsaken. And the anguish of my solitude, sweet. — Robert Mitchum, circa 1932 Verse written to his mother while he was serving time on....
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12 Oct 2020 - Interior PS Karanja Kibicho revealed that only invited guests will be allowed to attend the Mashujaa Celebrations… 13 Oct 2020 - With the emergence of hustler narrative, we look at six decades of sloganeering that have left Kenyans with loads of unfulfilled promises; 13 Oct 2020 -....
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Healthy and thriving, Gunner Romney the big-play receiver fueling BYU's explosive offense
PROVO — Gunner Romney’s motor on the football field has helped No. 14 BYU to its first 4-0 start since 2014, as evidenced by his team-high 453 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns. His motor away from the stadium, though, is just as strong. Maybe even stronger. Maybe even too strong. “The guy works hard,” head coach Kalani Sitake said.
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Brazil Catholics drawn to worship despite downsized services
APARECIDA, Brazil Inside, there was nothing massive about the Mass: Just 1,000 people were spaced carefully across the pews of a vast basilica that normally holds 35,000 as the Roman Catholic Church tried to protect parishioners from the COVID-19 pandemic. Yet such caution wasn’t apparent outside the doors.
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All That Could Burn
TEN DAYS BEFORE THE GLASS FIRE What are we doing here? When the air is red and the street lights are on at noon, we ask this question. When there are twenty-three major fires burning at once throughout California, and seventeen thousand firefighters battling them, we ask this question.
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Noted Hindko language folksinger Lala Sarwar passes away
ABBOTTABAD: Haji Lala Muhammad Sarwar, the famous singer of Hindko Charbaita genre and the maestro of Gatka art, passed away after a protracted illness here on Monday. His funeral prayer was offered at his ancestral Nagki village in Abbottabad. People from all walks of life including his relatives,....
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Ian Paice Of Deep Purple On The Songwriting Process Behind The Group’s 21st Album...
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - SEPTEMBER 11: Drummer Ian Paice of Deep Purple performs live at the Paramount ... Theatre on September 11, 2019 in Seattle, Washington.
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Today’s Headlines: The Barrett battle
It comes against the tumultuous backdrop of a bitterly fought presidential campaign, which has been roiled by President Trump ’s bout with the coronavirus and his claims that a COVID-19 outbreak that has killed more than 214,000 Americans will soon disappear.
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Mystery in Paraguay: the three families who want to know what happened to those kidnapped by the guerrillas
One of them that of former vice president Óscar Denis, 74, who was captured by the Paraguayan People’s Army on September 9. Nothing is known about him and neither about two other kidnapped more than five years ago. Three families struggle to hear from their relatives kidnapped by guerrilla groups in....
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Christian charity warns new sign-ups for free school meals will carry on increasing
New research has revealed that the number of children signing up for this term’s free school meals has seen an acute surge. The Food Foundation thinktank estimates that one million children have signed up for the first time - with 64 percent of them belonging to former higher-income households. There are currently 1.
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