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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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Dennis Mattinson’s Monday Weather
A Windy Advisory in the Owens Valley thru 8 pm tonight, as a late Spring storm moves thru the region, pushed along by a 120+ kt jet. It will drive down thru Northern California and push breezy to windy conditions down the Sierra through Mammoth Lakes and the Owens Valley into Tuesday.
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EASING OF COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS ALLOWS BIGGER CHURCH SERVICES
There is now an opportunity for the renewal of the religious and spiritual lives of the people of Anguilla with the recent easing of the covid-19 restrictions allowing churches to reopen with larger congregations. In the initial lockdown, church services were restricted as part of measures to....
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Mount St. Helens: Remembering the big blast 40 years ago
WARDEN, Wash. — The morning of May 18, 1980, dawned a beautiful spring day with temperatures that were nudged upward by the bright sunshine. Dennis Dean completed an early morning check of his cattle. They were fine and his wheat and peas looked good. “Back at the house about 9 a.m.
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Europe reopens widely; China gives $2 billion to virus fight
ATHENS, Greece (AP) Europe reopened more widely on Monday, allowing people into the Acropolis in Athens, high-fashion boutiques in Italy, museums in Belgium, golf courses in Ireland and beer gardens in Bavaria. China announced it will give $2 billion to the fight against the coronavirus.
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Ofcom: Christian TV network aired Covid-19 conspiracies
Nigeria-based LoveWorld News broadcast ‘potentially harmful statements’ about coronavirus About 30,000 people attend the main branch of Christ Embassy in Lagos, where a lockdown has been imposed since the end of March. Photograph: Sunday Alamba/AP. A Christian television channel owned by a....
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Courts ditch holy books
HOLY books are no longer required for witnesses or jurors to swear on before their court duties, the Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago announced last week. As of May 11, the Oaths Act was amended by the proclamation of the Miscellaneous Amendments Act, 2020. The announcement was made on Wednesday on the judiciary’s Facebook page.
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Europe reopens widely; China gives $2 billion to virus fight
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Europe reopened more widely on Monday, allowing people into the Acropolis in Athens, high-fashion boutiques in Italy, museums in Belgium, golf courses in Ireland and beer gardens in Bavaria. China announced it will give $2 billion to the fight against the coronavirus.
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European nations further relax restrictions amid bid to salvage summer holidays
Europe has reopened more widely, allowing people into the Acropolis in Athens, shops in Italy, markets and museums in Belgium, garden centres in Ireland and beer gardens in Bavaria. The moves happened as leaders discussed how to salvage summer holidays for people across the continent after nations went into lockdown as the coronavirus spread.
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Cafes, churches open in Italy and Greece, Spain eyes summer tourists
Two girls having breakfast in front of the Cathedral in Milan after Italy lifted its 2-month coronavirus lockdown. (AP pic) ROME: Italian shops, restaurants and churches reopened their doors to spring sunshine on Monday, Greece welcomed visitors back to the Acropolis – and Spain hoped for tourists....
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Europe reopens widely; China gives $2 billion to virus fight
ATHENS, GREECE: Europe reopened more widely on Monday, allowing people into the Acropolis in Athens, high-fashion boutiques in Italy, museums in Belgium, golf courses in Ireland and beer gardens in Bavaria. China announced it will give $2 billion to the fight against the coronavirus.
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The Philadelphia voters most likely to vote in person live in coronavirus hot spots
News about the coronavirus is changing quickly. The latest information can be found at inquirer.com/coronavirus As Philadelphia prepares for the June 2 primary amid the coronavirus pandemic , neighborhoods with low-income residents and communities of color are requesting absentee ballots at rates that far lag other parts of the city.
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