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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
Christianity
Lamont: June 20 could be next reopening phase after May 20
Even before the hoped for May 20 loosening of shutdown rules, Gov. Ned Lamont said Thursday that June 20 could mark a second new phase of reopening. Lamont said few details are worked out when it comes to both timing of the reopening phases and which activities fit into which phase.
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Boris Johnson pays respects at Westminster Abbey ahead of VE Day celebrations
Boris Johnson has visited Westminster Abbey to pay respects to fallen soldiers ahead of the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day. The Prime Minister was welcomed to the abbey by the Dean of Westminster, Reverend Dr David Hoyle, and was invited to light a candle at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior.
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Boris Johnson pays respects at Westminster Abbey ahead of VE Day celebrations Boris Johnson pays respects at Westminster Abbey ahead of VE Day celebrations The Prime Minister was welcomed to the abbey by the Dean of Westminster, and lit a candle on the ev
Boris Johnson has visited Westminster Abbey to pay respects to fallen soldiers ahead of the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe (VE) Day. The Prime Minister was welcomed to the abbey by the Dean of Westminster, Reverend Dr David Hoyle, and was invited to light a candle at the Grave of the Unknown Warrior.
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Kidnapped Abia journalist regains freedom
A presenter with Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, Pacesetter FM, Umuahia, Chinenye Iwuoha, who was abducted on Monday night has regained her freedom. The Commissioner of Police in the state, Jane Agbede, confirmed the release of the journalist to journalists in Umuahia on Thursday.
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VE Day in Wales: 75 Years On
On May 7, 1945, a sense of anticipation was hanging in the air. People across Wales knew the war was coming to an end soon, it was now just a matter of waiting. Adolf Hitler had been dead for over a week at this point, committing suicide on April 30. With their leader gone and with Allied forces....
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Uganda's musicians are fighting COVID-19...
Ugandan pop musicians have released a raft of songs and music videos to educate and alert the public about COVID-19 . Notable among them have been Bobi Wine and Nubian Li's Corona Virus Alert and Bebe Cool's Corona Distance . But there's also the likes of Pastor Frank Kyeyune's Katonda Yekka ku....
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Venerable but vulnerable: Centenarians hit hard by virus
BOSTON (AP) — Centenarians have always been a rare breed. Now they're an endangered species. The 100-plus crowd — those most venerable of human beings — is succumbing rapidly and heartbreakingly to the coronavirus pandemic . Entire limbs are being lopped off family trees, and their wisdom and lore are dying with them.
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Philippine TV network fights closure with court petition
The Philippines' largest TV and radio network, which was shut this week by a government regulator, asked the Supreme Court on Thursday to allow it to return to the air amid an uproar over its closure. ABS-CBN Corp. said in its petition to the court that the Tuesday closure order by the National....
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Do your remember sport? It used to be quite a big deal.
Do you remember sport? It used to quite a big deal back in the pre-pandemic days, if I remember well. There was that Roger bloke who made bit of a racket for a decade or two and Manchester whatchamacallit … I think there were two of them, weren’t there? So many high priests.
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Katherine Jenkins performs Vera Lynn songs to an empty Royal Albert Hall for VE Day anniversary
At 3pm it's time to raise a glass as Dame Joan Collins, whose childhood home was destroyed in the Blitz as she slept in a Tube station, leads the Nation's Toast from the balcony of her London apartment. The toast, due to be broadcast on news channels, is on behalf of the women of the nation, acknowledging the many roles they played in the war.
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Venerable but vulnerable: Centenarians hit hard by virus
BOSTON – Centenarians have always been a rare breed. Now they're an endangered species. The 100-plus crowd — those most venerable of human beings — is succumbing rapidly and heartbreakingly to the coronavirus pandemic . Entire limbs are being lopped off family trees, and their wisdom and lore are dying with them.
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