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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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Europe reopens widely; China gives $2 billion to virus fight
NEW YORK – 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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France: Drive-in-worship and flash your hazard lights to receive the Eucharist
While many in Malta eagerly await the reopening of Churches, a congregation in France has found a way of attending mass and receiving the Eucharist while respecting Covid-19 measures. Yesterday, 500 worshipers attended a mass celebrated by the Bishop of Châlons-en-Champagne, and they listened to mass from their cars.
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Europe reopens widely; China gives $2 billion to virus fight
NEW YORK – 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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Cafes and churches open in Italy and Greece; Spain eyes summer reboot
Italians could once again sip their morning cappuccino at the bar, albeit at a distance from one another, in what Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte admitted at the weekend was a “calculated risk” in rolling back the curbs. “I haven’t worked for two and a half months.
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Cafes and churches open in Italy and Greece; Spain eyes summer reboot
ROME/MADRID: Italian shops, restaurants and churches reopened their doors to spring sunshine on Monday (May 18), Greece welcomed visitors back to the Acropolis - and Spain hoped for tourists to return in summer in cautious steps to ease coronavirus lockdowns.
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Looking back at a dark, eerily quiet day for a Yakima sportswriter — when Mount St. Helens erupted in 1980
The two-word headline in the Yakima Herald-Republic, in red ink magnified to World War III-sized font, would tell the story succinctly the next morning. She blows! “She” was Mount St. Helens, and the eruption on May 18, 1980 — 40 years ago Monday — remains one of those indelible events in my life,....
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Coronavirus updates: Moderna says experimental vaccine is 'generally safe'
Myriam Borzee/iStock By MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News. (NEW YORK) — A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 315,000 people worldwide. Over 4.7 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new respiratory virus, according to data compiled....
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Global Virus Updates: Europe Reopens Widely, China Gives $2B to Fight
Germany's foreign minister, who was discussing the options Monday with colleagues from 10 largely southern European countries, cautioned that this year's holidays will be like no other. “Even if a summer vacation will be possible elsewhere in Europe, which I hope, one has to say that this vacation....
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Europe reopens widely; China gives $2 billion to virus fight
As nations carved out a new normal amid the pandemic, Chinese President Xi Jinping told the World Health Organization's annual meeting that the money will be paid out over two years to help respond to COVID-19, which has killed hundreds of thousands and devastated national economies.
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Europe reopens widely; China gives $2 billion to virus fight
NEW YORK – 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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Union warns classrooms will become 'centres of transmission' if children forced to return too soon
Teaching unions look set once again to clash with the government over plans to reopen schools next month, with one union chief today raising fears that classrooms could become 'centres of transmission' for Paul Whiteman, head of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT), said the government....
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