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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
Toronto woman’s 100th birthday gathers friends and family for physically distanced celebration
It’s not every day you get to celebrate your 100th birthday. So COVID-19 or not, Jeanne Hamel was determined to have a memorable day. Hamel rang in her second century with a drive-by of family and friends on Sunday afternoon outside the West Hill United church in Scarborough.
New Horizons becomes first spacecraft to demonstrate stellar parallax
NASA's New Horizons deep-space probe has, for the first time, returned images to Earth that show stellar parallax, or how the positions of stars shift when seen from two different places. This phenomenon could one day be used for interstellar navigation. Parallax is a very simple thing to demonstrate.
Chief Minister of Myanmar's Yangon Bows Out of 2020 Elections
The chief minister of Myanmar's commercial capital Yangon, seen as a possible successor to Aung San Suu Kyi, told RFA on Monday he will not contest elections in November because of a "health condition," dismissing reports he had filed papers to run. Phyo Min Thein had been nominated by the ruling....
Opinion: Is Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy clueless or careless?
Chuba Hubbard says he’s finished with OSU football “until things CHANGE.” And Hubbard doesn’t mean Gundy’s shirt. Hubbard means Gundy’s attitude. Good luck with that. Gundy in April expressed support for President Trump , which flew under the radar when life was all about the pandemic.
Perils of police at high speeds spur calls for more reform
CHICAGO — A tragic chain of events that led to the death of a retired elementary teacher in Chicago started when a police officer confronted a man in a West Side alley. After issuing a call for help, the officer could be heard over the police radio screaming, “Drop the gun!” Three minutes later and....
Germany’s coronavirus tracing app is set to launch this week
Germany's smartphone app to trace coronavirus infections is set to launch this week. After delays to ensure the bluetooth technology would work at the correct distance, the government says the app will be a vital tool to help avoid a second wave of infections.
Gwen Stefani Reportedly Wants to Marry Blake Shelton as Soon as Coronavirus Restrictions are Lifted
seem more in love than ever lately as the couple quarantine together in Oklahoma amid the coronavirus crisis. As fresh rumors swirl that these two lovebirds might be headed for the altar soon, let's take a look back to where it all began and how Blake and Gwen's love has grown over the years.
Ratt is much more than ‘Round and Round’
By Matt Wake | This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Rock resurgence is a winding road, so let’s get out the map. Here’s one route: If your band’s track gets played during the final scene of a prestige TV hit, a la Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” and HBO’s “The Sopranos.” A tell-all book and resulting biopic can do the trick too, just ask Motley Crue.
No Country Summer for North Bay Fans
When the Covid-19 outbreak hit California in March, music festivals were among the first planned gatherings to change their summer plans in the face of statewide shelter-in-place orders. At first, North Bay music festivals moved their events from the summer to the upcoming fall.
Perils of police at high speeds spur calls for more reform
That crash last year and another this month that killed a young Chicago mother highlight a police reform issue that hasn’t received as much attention as the use of excessive force: The hundreds of deadly crashes involving speeding police that occur nationwide each year.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: Black faith leaders tackle what's next after George Floyd's death
Reverend Nelson Rivers, vice president of Religious Affairs for the National Action Network, participated in his first march more than four decades ago. He believes the recent wave of protests will persist. "Brutality won't stop it and criticism won't stop it because it is righteous and it's....

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