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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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Kenyans.co.ke: Jeff Koinange Reveals Tough Life After Contracting Covid-19 [VIDEO]
from his home. Koinange, who is used to a busy day-to-day schedule, narrated that it had been a little tough to adjust to his current new normal. "It is complete madness because the clock in my head still wakes up at 4 am. I'm walking around the house until 6 am when the show begins.
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Meals for hungry, COVID casino, NY bars revolt: News from around our 50 states
Arizona. Phoenix: Arizonans continue to face extended wait times for COVID-19 results as testing demand rises, with the state’s largest lab partner reporting average turnaround times of nine to 12 days for people who aren’t hospitalized. But spokespeople from Gov.
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When COVID-19 Science Comes Home To Roost
We are in this moment precisely because this administration—and too many of its predecessors—have stood in the way of science. by Derrick Z. Jackson Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (left) and Governor Brian Kemp (right) (Photo: Screenshot). In my childhood, ...
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The Light and Dark Sides of Santa Barbara’s Police Forces
Santa Barbara police officer in riot gear during May 31 Black Lives Matter protest. Photo by Daniel Dreifuss. Last month, soon after the death of George Floyd reignited demonstrations and debate over American police systems, the Independent asked its readers to share stories of their experiences....
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China forces Christians to replace images of Jesus with Communist leaders
Beijing [China], July 22 (ANI): Continuing with its repression of religious minorities, Chinese officials have now ordered Christians to smash crosses and remove images of Jesus from their homes and instead put up pictures of Communist leaders. Authorities have recently destroyed religious symbols....
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Pray for the President, church leader urges
Radio Veritas president Rev. Fr. Anton Pascual is urging the faithful to pray for President Duterte who is set to deliver his fifth State of the Nation Address on Monday, July 27. Pascual, who is also executive director of Caritas Manila, the social action arm of the Archdiocese of Manila said, the....
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Theodore Roosevelt, His Statue and the Problem of the Past
Native American cultural historian Philip Deloria, a professor of history at Harvard, sees the statue group as a colonial allegory: “They [the Natives] speak to Roosevelt as an American, as a person who happily goes as a dominating white figure to Africa, as a person who goes and takes advantage of....
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Nairobi Wire
22 Jul 2020 - Kenyans are still coming to terms with news that teenage sensation Azziad Nasenya is potentially making a killing from her social media videos.… 22 Jul 2020 - A university student was Monday charged with raping his ex-girlfriend in Dagoretti sub-county in Nairobi.
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The Philly recording artist Pink Sweat$ is on the cusp of greatness. Here's how it started.
Jul. 22--When Pink Sweat$ picks up the phone to talk about his new six-song EP, The Prelude, the Philadelphia-born singer is relaxing at his West Hollywood home watching Paul McCartney videos. It's not that the R&B balladeer and songwriter is all that big of a Beatles fan. "Not particularly," he says.
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The Mix: Manual Cinema’s anniversary and more cool things to do in Chicago July 23-29
Manual creations. Over the next month, Manual Cinema, the multimedia theater company, celebrates its 10 th anniversary via free streams of four of its seminal shows: “Lula Del Ray” (July 27-Aug. 3), “The End of TV” (Aug. 3-10), “No Blue Memories: The Life of Gwendolyn Brooks” (Aug. 10-17) and “Frankenstein” (Aug.
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The Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi
Jackson has never stood apart from the rest of Mississippi the way Atlanta has stood apart from Georgia, say, or New Orleans from Louisiana. Traditionally, it has merely been a larger town than the other towns in the state, and not until after the Second World War was it very much larger. In 1940, it had a population of sixty-two thousand.
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