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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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Vanuatu cyclone death toll rises
Relief workers tried desperately to reach Vanuatu's remote outer islands that were smashed by the storm. Radio and telephone communications with hard-hit outer islands were just beginning to be restored, but remained patchy three days after what the country's president called a "monster" storm.

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Australian Archbishop Charged With Concealing Child Abuse
A Roman Catholic archbishop in Australia was charged Tuesday with covering up for a pedophile priest during the 1970s. Archbishop of Adelaide Philip Wilson said he was disappointed that New South Wales state police had decided to charge him with concealing a serious child sexual abuse offence.

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Aid workers desperately try to reach Vanuatu's hardest-hit outer islands
Relief workers tried desperately on Tuesday to reach Vanuatu's remote outer islands that were smashed by a fierce cyclone, as an Australian official reported scenes of widespread destruction. Radio and telephone communications with the South Pacific nation's hard-hit outer islands were just....

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Relief teams head to Vanuatu's cyclone-hit outer islands
Relief teams head for Vanuatu's cyclone-ravaged outer islands; reports of major devastation Damage to houses in Port Vila, Vanuatu is seen from the air in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam Monday, March 16, 2015. Vanuatu's President Baldwin Lonsdale said Monday that the cyclone that hammered the tiny....

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Vanuatu cyclone death toll rises
Relief workers tried desperately to reach Vanuatu's remote outer islands that were smashed by the storm. Radio and telephone communications with hard-hit outer islands were just beginning to be restored, but remained patchy three days after what the country's president called a "monster" storm.

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05:16 Vanuatu cyclone death toll rises
Relief workers tried desperately to reach Vanuatu's remote outer islands that were smashed by the storm. Radio and telephone communications with hard-hit outer islands were just beginning to be restored, but remained patchy three days after what the country's president called a "monster" storm.

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Vanuatu cyclone death toll rises
Relief workers tried desperately to reach Vanuatu's remote outer islands that were smashed by the storm. Radio and telephone communications with hard-hit outer islands were just beginning to be restored, but remained patchy three days after what the country's president called a "monster" storm.

Read Full Article
 
Vanuatu cyclone death toll rises
Relief workers tried desperately to reach Vanuatu's remote outer islands that were smashed by the storm. Radio and telephone communications with hard-hit outer islands were just beginning to be restored, but remained patchy three days after what the country's president called a "monster" storm.

Read Full Article
 
Vanuatu cyclone death toll rises
Relief workers tried desperately to reach Vanuatu's remote outer islands that were smashed by the storm. Radio and telephone communications with hard-hit outer islands were just beginning to be restored, but remained patchy three days after what the country's president called a "monster" storm.

Read Full Article
 
Vanuatu cyclone death toll rises
Relief workers tried desperately to reach Vanuatu's remote outer islands that were smashed by the storm. Radio and telephone communications with hard-hit outer islands were just beginning to be restored, but remained patchy three days after what the country's president called a "monster" storm.

Read Full Article
 
Vanuatu cyclone death toll rises
Relief workers tried desperately to reach Vanuatu's remote outer islands that were smashed by the storm. Radio and telephone communications with hard-hit outer islands were just beginning to be restored, but remained patchy three days after what the country's president called a "monster" storm.

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