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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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Russian satirist Shenderovich: Putin will continue to torment Ukraine. We have resources for that.
Shenderovich explained how Russian society has changed / Photo from UNIAN. Russia sees a rapidly decreasing number of opponents of the current government. Many of the dissidents are becoming conformists, many choose to flee the country, while those remaining prefer to keep a low profile, and even more so, to avoid public political debate.

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Prince Harry to visit Caribbean for 50th anniversary celebrations
A taxi driver was gunned down Thursday night in Warrens. He has been identified as 46-year-old, Ricardo Bryan of Retreat Terrace, Black Rock St. Michael. Police say Bryan had parked his taxi in the car park of Lucky Horseshoe and on exiting the vehicle, he was approached by four men who shot him multiples times.

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Prof. Martey Either Has Witchcraft or Bionic Vision
"Unless you have witch craft or you have bionic vision or your eyes are X-Ray machines; how can you see what is inside an envelope if you didn't look at it. How were you able to tell the quantum and the nature of the bribe if you hadn't actually looked at it or in the worse case accepted it?" CEO of....

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City on the brink: Petersburg can’t pay its bills and time is running out
PETERSBURG, Va. — She had felt sick the night before when she broke the news to department heads, and now it was 4:30 p.m. and Dironna Moore Belton still couldn’t eat her lunch. She opened her salad and found that her fiance had slipped in a note of encouragement. She was going to need the note more than the food.

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The secret life of pianos: new doc features Sherwood Park musical master
In a quiet field in Mundare, Bruce Bischoff wants to plant a field of pianos. If the Sherwood Park man gets his way, the yellow fields and mossy woods surrounding his central Alberta acreage will be scattered with baby grands and weathered uprights. And if ivory keys become part of the landscape, he....

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Michael Chamberlain: Life, interrupted
Amid unimaginable grief Michael Chamberlain has endured public hostility, suspicion and ignorance in the pursuit of justice. ROSEMARIE MILSOM finds him at home and at peace. Sitting on a fold-up chair beside an ageing caravan on a property outside Cooranbong dominated by rugged hills and pole-straight eucalypts, Michael Chamberlain appears changed.

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Gang of Youths: Lyrics pack big punch
DAVE Le'aupepe wanted people to hate his debut album. The frontman of Sydney indie rock band Gang of Youths knew he had created a special record when they released their intensely beautiful concept album The Positions in April, taking the emotions he experienced as a 21-year-old whose wife was being treated for stage four cancer.

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Bishop's University welcomes record number of students to deal with deficit
Vice-rector Miles Turnbull says Bishop's University is intentionally admitting more students to deal with its financial difficulties. (Radio-Canada) A record number of students moved into their dorms at Bishop's University this Labour Day weekend, giving the school a much-needed boost to its coffers.

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Playbook: Obamas could fetch $45M for book contracts
Driving the Day. Happy Labor Day! There are just 64 days until Election Day, and we hope everyone is enjoying their last bits of summer before D.C. kicks into high gear. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both in Ohio courting voters while Capitol Hill aides and K Streeters are begrudgingly....

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Whittemore Library Welcomes 'East Haddam Stage Company'
'Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Speckled Band' will be performed on September 25 at the Whittemore Library in Naugatuck. From the The East Haddam Stage Company's live action "radio" drama: Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Speckled Band. Sunday, September 25, 2016 at 2:00 p.m.

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Postal Service Faces Challenges In Creating New Avenues Of Revenue
Press Release. Basseterre, St. Kitts, September 04, 2016 (SKNIS): With the advent of electronic mail (e-mail) and innovations in information communication technologies (ICT), challenges have been created for the postal service in looking for new avenues of revenue due to less persons sending mail in the traditional way.

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