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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
Huge jump in worldwide Christian persecution exacerbated by Covid-19, World Watch List 2021 reveals
The persecution of Christians worldwide has continued to rise, with the coronavirus pandemic intensifying the levels of persecution. Open Doors has released its yearly list, which records levels of persecution and discrimination around the world. This year more than 340 million Christians faced....
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Letters to the Editor, Jan. 13
Article content. POLITICS IN SPORT Used to be one could immerse themselves in radio/TV sports and forget all the problems of the world, especially politics. In the summer watching a ball game or on a cold wintry night watching the Leafs play, or not, was pleasant. It was a time you could immerse oneself without a care in the world.
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HOT ISSUES
Jan 11, 2021 | Hot Issues. The Rastafari Council, Ghana (RCG) has condemned the recent assassination attempt on the life of radio personalit ... Nov 18, 2020 | Hot Issues. The African Union Commission (AUC) and the International Committee of theAll Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) hereby anno ... Nov 8, 2020 | Hot Issues.
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Concerns rise over Back to Jerusalem center infection cluster
By Lee Hyo-jin Concerns are rising over an infection cluster among followers of an evangelistic religious sect showing an uncooperative attitude to the government's antivirus efforts. The situation is reminding many of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus which was at the center of public criticism for....
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South East blaze’s cause deemed unsuspicious: Police
More than 2000 people in the area remain without power while two homes were confirmed destroyed in the blaze. Large numbers of sheep and cattle have been killed or injured while hundreds of kilometres of fencing has been destroyed. SA Police investigated the fire’s cause on Tuesday, deemed it unsuspicious and undetermined.
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Embrace the ‘discomfort’ of Oxbridge, students told
The actor Riz Ahmed has encouraged ethnic minority students to be “comfortable with the discomfort” of attending Oxbridge, saying that challenging environments help people to grow. Ahmed, who appeared in Nightcrawler and The Reluctant Fundamentalist , won a place to read philosophy, politics and....
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Embrace the ‘discomfort’ of Oxbridge, students told
The actor Riz Ahmed has encouraged ethnic minority students to be “comfortable with the discomfort” of attending Oxbridge, saying that challenging environments help people to grow. Ahmed, who appeared in Nightcrawler and The Reluctant Fundamentalist , won a place to read philosophy, politics and....
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Racist slurs interrupt funeral for Phoenix civil rights icon
PHOENIX (AP) — The Phoenix Police Department is investigating after a virtual funeral for civil rights icon and city leader Calvin Coolidge Goode was interrupted Tuesday by hackers yelling racist slurs. “The Phoenix Police Department has been made aware of the incident and after speaking with the....
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It happened today – this day in history – January 13
1099: Crusaders set fire to Mara, Syria. 1404: The Act of Multipliers is passed by Parliament forbidding alchemists to use their knowledge to create precious metals as it was feared that if they succeeded it would bring ruin upon the state. 1607: The Bank of Genoa fails after the announcement of a national bankruptcy in Spain.
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Code-breaker kept her secret for half a century
Jess Flanders receiving the Red Cross 50 years medal from Jan de Kretser, wife of former Victorian governor David de Kretser. She had played her part in the war and kept it a secret for well over half a century. She and others had sworn to the Official Secrets Act about the work they did at the....
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Code-breaker kept her secret for half a century
Jess Flanders receiving the Red Cross 50 years medal from Jan de Kretser, wife of former Victorian governor David de Kretser. She had played her part in the war and kept it a secret for well over half a century. She and others had sworn to the Official Secrets Act about the work they did at the....
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