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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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Racism in America, from police brutality to COVID-19
On Monday -- Memorial Day -- George Floyd was begging for his life as Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin pinned him to the pavement with his knee on his neck. "Please. Please. I can't breathe, officer. I cannot breathe," Floyd gasped while handcuffed. Onlookers demanded Chauvin relent, but he continued to drive his knee into Floyd's neck.
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Cheered by Private Schools, DeVos Demands Public Education Shares Pandemic Aid
An empty classroom at Sinclair Lane Elementary School during the coronavirus pandemic in Baltimore, April 14, 2020. (Erin Schaff/The New York Times) WASHINGTON — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, defiant amid criticism that she is using the coronavirus pandemic to pursue a long-sought agenda, said....
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Community love and conch calls
People all over the world have been applauding the hard work of healthcare personnel, supermarket staff, police and anyone risking their health to help others. Residents of Cayman are no exception. From conch shells being blown, to dancing on the balconies of condos, clapping from doorsteps, and....
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Emily Maitlis, stop acting like a student with an ‘I-Heart Jeremy Corbyn’ badge
Isn't it about time that the BBC sacked the Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis for her relentless, undisguised, vitriolic, left wing bias? Credit: Getty - Contributor. Puffed up with her own self-importance, she spews out bile against the Government on pretty much a daily basis.
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The are no ‘riots’ in Minneapolis after the death of George Floyd
The nigger is the one who would even answer that question. That’s from the opening scene of one of my favorite movies of all time, Deep Cover. Laurence Fishburne plays a cop recruited to go undercover as a drug dealer in service to a police department and criminal justice system that really has no....
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How Trump’s promotion of mask stupidity could lose him the election
Every advanced democracy in the world has its coronavirus epidemic largely under control except the United States. And we’re on the verge of melting down again because a substantial minority of Americans simply don’t know the basic science of how an epidemic works and why wearing masks is part of breaking the epidemic chain.
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Coronavirus live: Sharp uptick in new cases after Israel reopens bars, restaurants
Pre-schools and special education courses will reopen in full, according to government guidelines, a statement said, provided the contagion status remains unchanged. Bnei Brak became a coronavirus hot spot in March, leading the town to be put on full lockdown and under more stringent restrictions. ( Bar Peleg.
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Every evening, volunteers set out on bikes from Penny Dinners, delivering food and supplies to Cork’s homeless community. Donal O’Keeffe accompanied the Knight Riders on their rounds.
It’s 7.30pm, and outside Cork Penny Dinners’ Little Hanover Street premises, the white van is loaded up with crates filled with food. Eight volunteers wheel around on bikes, raring to go. Some are recovering addicts, people who were once homeless and who want to give something back.
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KGO radio’s John Hamilton dies; was ‘On the Go’ host
Hamilton’s radio career began in 1955 and, over the years, he worked on both sides of the microphone. “John was an institution and synonymous with KGO, having hosted his very popular weekend show, ‘On The Go’ for 33 of his 65 years in radio,” said Cumulus Media Vice President and Market Manager, Doug Harvill.
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Lives to remember: Those we've lost to coronavirus
Glenn, a former amateur boxer and a boxing trainer himself, opened Jimmy's Corner in Times Square in 1971. The New York Times said he made it a "shrine to boxing," filled with posters and photos of Glenn with Muhammed Ali, who was a friend. He opened a now-defunct boxing gym nearby just seven years later.
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KGO radio’s John Hamilton dies; was ‘On the Go’ host
A graduate of New York University’s broadcast school, Hamilton’s first radio jobs were in Victoria and his native Vancouver. From there, he moved on to Phoenix, San Diego and finally the Bay Area, where he worked at KPAT/KRE from 1965 to 1971. In 1971, he became a regular part of the KGO lineup with....
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O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy chickens together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not! Matthew, 23. 37

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