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EGR European Gospel Radio

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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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Russia: Changing The Status of Hagia Sophia to a Mosque is an Internal Turkish Affair
A woman walk through the huge doors of the Hagia Sophia museum in Istanbul, on July 10, 2020. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on July 10, 2020 that the Hagia Sophia, one of the architectural wonders of the world, would be reopened for Muslim worship, sparking fury among Christian leaders and in neighbouring Greece.
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'Think Pompeii': How Brisbane's tuff stuff formed 226 million years ago
While Queenslanders are renowned for being resilient and loyal, the rocks of Brisbane are known for their own unique kind of tuff. Key points: Brisbane tuff is a type of rock created more than 200 million years ago; The volcanic rock is most prominently seen at Kangaroo Point; The rock is still seen in walls and buildings throughout Brisbane.
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The Guardian view on Poland's election: a good day for intolerance To understand what was at stake in Sunday’s cliffhanger presidential election in Poland, it is worth rewinding a few days to an interview with Jaroslaw Kaczyński, the chairman and éminence
© Provided by The Guardian Photograph: Leszek Szymański/EPA. To understand what was at stake in Sunday’s cliffhanger presidential election in Poland, it is worth rewinding a few days to an interview with Jaroslaw Kaczyński, the chairman and éminence grise of the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS).
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The Guardian view on Poland's election: a good day for intolerance | Editorial
T o understand what was at stake in Sunday’s cliffhanger presidential election in Poland, it is worth rewinding a few days to an interview with Jaroslaw Kaczyński, the chairman and éminence grise of the ruling Law and Justice party (PiS). Mr Kaczyński, who was prime minister of Poland in the mid-2000s, was not standing in the contest himself.
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No new Covid-19 deaths today, but 11 new cases confirmed
People must wear face coverings while on public transport from now on, or they will be refused entry onto buses and trains. That's the warning from Mayo FG Deputy Alan Dillon, who says the travelling public should wear face coverings, to protect themselves; The Minister for Agriculture Barry Cowen....
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Rivers urges residents to isolate visitors for 14 days
Tony John, Port Harcourt The Government of Rivers State has appealed to residents of the state to isolate for 14 days any visitor that comes into their homes, following the lifting of inter-state boundary travel and the resumption of domestic flights. The Chairman, Rivers State Inter-ministerial....
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Dennis Mattinson’s Weather for Monday
MON JUL 13 2020 WEATHER DISCUSSION: Seasonable heat for early July continues into this week, with dry conditions. High pressure gets suppressed to the SE today, from a trough pushing through the PACNW. As that ridge continues to wander South and East this week, it reduces in strength to about 590 dm.
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Society of Merchant Venturers 'not fit' to run Bristol schools says former headteacher
Colston's Girls' School in Montpelier, Bristol (Image: SWNS) Mr Whitehead was promoted in 2016, and was principal for three years until he left in the summer of 2019 to take over a failing school in the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire. He said the efforts of he and his senior leadership team to....
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He claims police watched on as he was spat at
A fundamentalist Christian who preaches in central Bristol claims police have stood and watched as he was spat at and told to “go back home”. Pastor Dia Moodley - who stands in Broadmead every Saturday with signs saying “abortion is murder”, “evolution is a lie”, “all lives matter” and “God created....
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Twelfth: Bands march in local Twelfth parades across NI
Image caption Families celebrate in their gardens in Newbuildings, County Londonderry. Bands were marching in their own Twelfth of July parades across Northern Ireland on Monday. because of Covid-19 and the Orange Order has asked people to celebrate the event in their own homes and gardens.
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Jalang'o discloses Kiss 100 is his last working station before getting into politics
- Jalang'o confirmed his gig at Kiss 100 will be his last on radio. - The comedian declared himself the next Lang'ata MP, a move he had hinted earlier. - Jalas revealed he was joining politics because he was tired of crying for change yet he can make the change himself.
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