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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
Church seeks 'creative solutions' to reaching faithful amid lockdown
Fly-by confessions and outdoor masses could be on the cards as the Catholic Church charts its way out of Covid-19 lockdown. These are in addition to bringing services to "hundreds of thousands" who are "accessing prayer online" since the introduction of restrictions in March.
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Fly-by confessions and outdoor masses could be on the cards as the Catholic Church charts its way out of Covid-19 lockdown.
These are in addition to bringing services to "hundreds of thousands" who are "accessing prayer online" since the introduction of restrictions in March. While any return to normal service will be "slow, gradual and evolutionary", Archbishop Eamon Martin, Catholic Primate of All Ireland, is open to....
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Lukashenka Hell-Bent On Holding Victory Day Celebration In Belarus, Coronavirus Be Damned
By Mike Eckel May 06, 2020. The coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 250,000 people worldwide, ravaged the global economy, and even forced the Kremlin to relent on one of the important holidays of the year. But Belarus's longtime, strongman leader will be damned if it's going to stop him from....
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'Nasasakal na kami!': Bishop sees 'martial law specter' in ABS-CBN shutdown
Media outfits being told to 'kowtow to those in power' - Pabillo Writers and editors of ABS-CBN, the country's biggest broadcaster, work at the newsroom in their headquarters, following orders by telecoms regulator to cease its operations in Quezon City, May 6, 2020.
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Philippine TV network’s shutdown amid pandemic sparks uproar
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Alarm over a Philippine government agency’s shutdown of the country’s largest TV and radio network heightened Wednesday with a top official warning that taking a major provider of news on the coronavirus pandemic off the air could cost lives. International watchdogs also condemned the closure of ABS-CBN Corp.
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Everything we now know about the Penygraig stabbing
On the afternoon of Tuesday, May 5, police were called to a serious incident in Penygraig, Rhondda. A murder investigation has since been launched after an elderly man, who was allegedly stabbed on Tylacelyn Road, died. Tributes have been paid to the victim John Rees, 88 from Treawlaw, who was described as a "lovely gentleman".
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Philippine TV network’s shutdown amid pandemic sparks uproar
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Alarm over a Philippine government agency’s shutdown of the country’s largest TV and radio network heightened Wednesday with a top official warning that taking a major provider of news on the coronavirus pandemic off the air could cost lives. International watchdogs also condemned the closure of ABS-CBN Corp.
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newsinfo ‘A setback at a time when country needs to be united’
MANILA, Philippines —Businessmen, Catholic church leaders and several framers of the 1987 Constitution on Wednesday opposed the forced closure of ABS-CBN television and radio stations nationwide, saying it was both ill-timed and a threat to press freedom.
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Coronavirus: 'Super-spreaders' of COVID-19 misinformation on Facebook identified
The offending pages each had more than 40,000 likes on Facebook and had a combined following of more than 13 million users. NewsGuard found that the hoax social media pages have been targeting audiences in English, French, German, and Italian. The findings were released despite Facebook's recent efforts to curb misinformation on the platform.
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Sinach Tops Billboard USA Christian Songwriters Chart 1 day ago What's New
Nigerian gospel singer-songwriter Osinachi Joseph better known as Sinach has become the first African to top the Billboard USA Christian songwriters chart. The “Way Maker” revealed on her Twitter page that she has been topping for seven weeks. “So apparently We have been No 1 on billboard USA for....
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Marion Watson, 97, broke World War II codes, went on to manage KUOM Radio
Marion Watson’s curiosity and passion for justice often led her to the front lines. The longtime St. Paul resident died of dementia complications on March 28 at Episcopal Homes. She was 97. Watson was born April 26, 1922, in Grand Rapids, Mich. While she was still very young, her parents, Royal and....
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