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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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Tales from the coffeeshop: Moaning spreading quicker than the coronavirus
THE AMOUNT of moaning we have been subjected to from teachers and their teenage proteges in the last week because some of them had to return to school could be reported as a violation of the International Convention on Torture. How much collective moaning and whining is a society expected to put up....
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Hundreds rally in Medford to oppose coronavirus restrictions, support conservative causes
MEDFORD – Several hundred people crowded around the steps of the Jackson County Courthouse Saturday to oppose Gov. Kate Brown’s coronavirus restrictions and support a range of conservative causes. There were signs demanding Brown's recall, signs opposing Oregon’s cap-and-trade bill, and a sign protesting “forced vaccinations.
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This Memorial Day, communities remember what they lost and hold on to what they have.
It’s nearly Memorial Day, and the coronavirus is going to do to this holiday what it did to Easter and Passover and Ramadan and basketball and baseball and graduations and prom. “There will be no parade marching down Main Street this year,” said Mark Dvorak, state commander for the American Legion in Minnesota.
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Saved by the bubble: The ironies of a prime minister propelled by miracles
There are ironies aplenty in the social bubbles that have saved Australia from the first wave of the coronavirus and that are shaping the legacy of the accidental Prime Minister, the one we could all live with as opposed to the one anyone wanted. A year ago on Monday, when Scott Morrison declared....
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Covid 19 coronavirus: Italy to reopen to tourists, Europe' first travel bubble starts in Baltic states
Italy has announced it will reopen to tourists from early June and scrap its 14-day mandatory quarantine period. Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte enforced an economically crippling shutdown in early March to slow the spread of the global coronavirus pandemic, which official records show has killed more than 31,500 people in the country.
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This Memorial Day, communities remember what they lost and hold on to what they have.
This year, Minnesotans will come together, at a social distance , to remember. We’ll plant flags in the cemeteries. We’ll listen as the church bells toll. We’ll take a moment to remember all we’ve lost and appreciate all we still have. “Be kind to one another,” said Susan Edwards, taking a break....
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Alison Mau: Champagne and homophobia on the menu at first party of a new era
OPINION : Apparently lockdown-release anxiety is actually a thing, which is good to know because I have it. I feel most like Punxsutawney​ Phil, the semi-mythical rodent hero of that curious North American tradition, Groundhog Day (until I get to the hairdresser next week I will look like him, too.
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Coronavirus: Why we can’t allow churches to open in Akwa Ibom – Governor Emmanuel
The Akwa Ibom governor , Udom Emmanuel, has explained why his administration is yet to allow churches in the state to hold public gathering despite easing the lockdown and reopening the local economy. “The problem is not the church, the problem is after church (service) what happens?” Mr Emmanuel said on May 9 in a phone-in radio interview in Uyo.
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74 more coronavirus deaths announced as protesters rally again for Pritzker to reopen Illinois
State health officials on Saturday announced the latest 74 deaths attributed to the coronavirus as several hundred protesters rallied in Chicago and Springfield, calling on Gov. J.B. Pritzker to roll back his executive stay-at-home order. The Illinois Department of Public Health also said an....
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Broadcasting lessons :- A teachers’ experience in a ‘Strange Environment’
Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Continuing education through alternative learning pathways has been prioritized since the closure of schools nearly two months ago as a measure to control the spread of coronavirus disease. But the adoption of the new remote learning systems has been a challenge....
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This Memorial Day, communities remember what they lost and hold on to what they have.
It's nearly Memorial Day, and the coronavirus is going to do to this holiday what it did to Easter and Passover and Ramadan and basketball and baseball and graduations and prom. "There will be no parade marching down Main Street this year," said Mark Dvorak, state commander for the American Legion in Minnesota.
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