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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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Creggs Road in Ballina closed, following collision
Mount Dillon in County Roscommon was the warmest area in the country this morning. As of 10am, the mercury reached 21 degrees, with Met Eireann forecasting highs of up to 25 degrees this afternoon in Connacht, while the south and the east of the country are; A Fianna Fail councillor has described....
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Fire and fury over death of George Floyd spread from Washington to LA
with curfews imposed in New York City and Los Angeles as people protest over police killings of black people. While many of the demonstrations around the country have been peaceful protests by racially diverse crowds, others have descended into violence, with riot police and thousands of National Guard troops deployed in at least 15 states.
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Parents, Learners Embracing Mass Teaching and Learning
Now, like never before, the continuity of learning has become a burden that parents, learners, government and teachers have to heavily share. The Ministry of Education on one hand, under its Preparedness and Response Plan that focuses on continuity of learning during this lockdown developed, printed....
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The 12 best international series on Showmax this June
Showmax is delighted to welcome the first season of Betty, Devils, Miracle Workers, Motherland: Fort Salem, Run, The Outsider and The Plot Against America to their streaming platform this June. The best international series on Showmax this June Devils Season 1 Golden Globe nominee Patrick Dempsey....
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Bishop ‘outraged’ after tear gas used on crowds before Trump church photo op
A bishop in the US has said she is “outraged” after tear gas was used to clear protesters ahead of President Donald Trump visiting a church to pose for photos while holding a bible. Thousands of protesters had gathered at Lafayette Park by the White House in Washington DC on Monday as part of....
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John Sentamu: I would join George Floyd protests
The archbishop of York has said he would join protests over the death of George Floyd but that violence should not be part of the action. John Sentamu, the most senior black leader in the Church of England who retires on Sunday, said he was shielding at present, but added: “I certainly would want to join [the protests].
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Bishop 'outraged' after tear gas used on crowds before Trump church photo op
At the church - which had been damaged by protesters on Sunday night - Mr Trump held up a bible and gathered a group of advisers to pose for photos. He did not comment on Mr Floyd, the church or the clearing of the protesters but did say: "We have a great country, the greatest country in the world.
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More than a third of Texans speak a language other than English. That means key coronavirus updates aren’t accessible to them.
The Austin Regional Clinic mailed COVID-19 information in Spanish to Austin residents. Days after Hidalgo County’s stay-at-home orders went into effect in late March, some of the area’s mostly Latino residents learned about the new rules not from the government officials charged with their....
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'Outrage' after tear gas used on crowds before Donald Trump church photo op
A bishop in the US has said she is “outraged” after tear gas was used to clear protesters ahead of President Donald Trump visiting a church to pose for photos while holding a bible. Thousands of protesters had gathered at Lafayette Park by the White House in Washington DC on Monday as part of....
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Bishop ‘outraged’ after tear gas used on crowds before Trump church photo op
A bishop in the US has said she is “outraged” after tear gas was used to clear protesters ahead of President Donald Trump visiting a church to pose for photos while holding a bible. Thousands of protesters had gathered at Lafayette Park by the White House in Washington DC on Monday as part of....
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Bishop ‘outraged’ after tear gas used on crowds before Trump church photo op
A bishop in the US has said she is “outraged” after tear gas was used to clear protesters ahead of President Donald Trump visiting a church to pose for photos while holding a bible. T housands of protesters had gathered at Lafayette Park by the White House in Washington DC on Monday as part of....
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