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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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Local officials push back against Mexico reopening
MEXICO CITY — Local governments across Mexico pushed back Monday against President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s call to reopen the economy in some 300 townships that do not have active cases of coronavirus, with leaders saying they preferred to wait until June before resuming normal activities.
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How religion can aid public health messaging during a pandemic
Religious leaders will play a major role in deciding the future of the virus. © S. Priyadarshini Over the last month there has been much discussion about religion, as the world celebrated major religious festivals – Pessach, Easter, Vaisakhi, Navratri, Buddha Purnima and Ramadan – under lockdown.
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Today in history
20 May 2020 (MIA) -Fire Fighting Day in North Macedonia. 325 – The First Council of Nicea is formally opened, starting the first Ecumenical Council of the Christian Church. 491 – Empress Ariadne marries Anastasius I. The widowed Augusta is able to choose her successor for the Byzantine throne, after Zeno (late emperor) dies of dysentery.
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Oliver Clarke: Phone calls at dawn from an angry prime minister
Part 2 of a reprint of Oliver Clarke's life story captured in the Desmond Allen Interviews and published in the Sunday Observer in 2005. Allen, the founding editor of the Jamaica Observer and award-winning journalist, was at The Gleaner when Clarke arrived in 1976. Clarke died last Saturday after a long battle with cancer.
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Kenyon Leader
If you ask kids what they enjoy about summer, there’s a good chance they’ll say spending (a majority of their) time swimming in the pool. However, the uncertainty of how long the novel coronavirus will be around is creating a series of issues for city officials and pool....
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NBC denies sanctioning stations airing conspiracy theories
The National Broadcasting Commission yesterday denied considering sanctioning any television or radio station airing the coronavirus conspiracy theories in the country. The United Kingdom had sanctioned the TV station of a popular Nigerian pastor, Chris Oyakhilomen.
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Church nostalgia
As I ponder over life and look back into time, I can’t help but feel nostalgic. Thinking about the little I have witnessed, by way of our country’s politics and church history, I’m sure if you were my age (although I’m not too old), you would probably share in my thoughts and feelings. OF POLITICS AND CHURCH.
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19 May 2020 - Thousands of Kenyans across the country in the course of the Covid-19 pandemic are unable to foot their rent according to... 19 May 2020 - Speaking to the media, Naomi was full of gratitude for the massive campaign that spread like wildfire on social media platforms, as Kenyans....
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Denu police arrest three over murder
The Police at Denu in the Ketu South Municipality, have arrested Prosper Setordzi, a 37-year old fisherman for the murder of one Wisdom Lanyo, 32, at Denu. The police also picked up Pascal Mifetu, 40, Moses Abolo, 34, and the Command is on the lookout for one other person for abetment of the crime.
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A Coronavirus Turf War in Klickitat County
For weeks, as Washington’s case count rose and the death toll began to mount, Songer did not publicly comment on the coronavirus. Then, two days after Klickitat’s first case appeared, he posted a message on the Facebook page of the sheriff’s office. The statement outlined “some procedures to better protect the citizens of Klickitat County.
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Pastor and wife ‘likely’ spread coronavirus to 35 people through church events – nearly 40% of attendees, CDC says
Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers For Disease Control, has spoken at length about the need to avoid large public gatherings Credit: AFP or licensors. Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson confirmed the stat's first positive case of COVID-19 on March 11.
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