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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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52 Kent celebrities which grew up, went to school and have lived in the county
From Hollywood A-Listers to Olympic athletes, Kent is the ideal home for many of our favourite famous faces. While some of them are born and bred in the county, others upped sticks and decided to call it home in later life. Alongside well known people from the county such as Orlando Bloom and Mick....
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The Week In Russia: The Not-So-Basic Law And The Goal In Syria
The Russian Constitution is often called the Basic Law. It's about to get less basic. Before the end of April, the post-Soviet constitution will be will be altered more substantially than at any time since its adoption in 1993, when President Boris Yeltsin pushed it through two years after the Soviet collapse.
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The Week In Russia: The Not-So-Basic Law And The Goal In Syria
The Russian Constitution is often called the Basic Law. It's about to get less basic. Before the end of April, the post-Soviet constitution will be will be altered more substantially than at any time since its adoption in 1993, when President Boris Yeltsin pushed it through two years after the Soviet collapse.
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A 5-Millimeter Hole
On a corner are some of Romero’s personal documents spread over a desk, such as his driver’s license and ID. They are covered by glass. This is not a house anymore. It is a museum. The objects are not how this place’s sole inhabitant left them. They were reorganized by museum curators for visitors. They’re original objects.
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The Week In Russia: The Not-So-Basic Law And The Goal In Syria
The Russian Constitution is often called the Basic Law. It's about to get less basic. Before the end of April, the post-Soviet constitution will be will be altered more substantially than at any time since its adoption in 1993, when President Boris Yeltsin pushed it through two years after the Soviet collapse.
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Amid Bethlehem lockdown, Palestinians report 9 more coronavirus cases
The seven other confirmed cases of the virus were also in Bethlehem, where a group of Greek tourists stayed while visiting Israel and the Palestinian territories in late February. The tourists later tested positive for the virus after returning to Greece, while their bus driver, a resident of East....
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Six audiobooks to tantalise your ears Enliven the most mundane of car journeys with one of a series of amazing audiobooks.
is the latest, devastatingly funny and moving book from critically-acclaimed author Emma Jane Unsworth (whose Novel Animals was adapted into a 2019 feature film). It’s centred around thirty-five-year-old Jenny, who’s desperately trying to find her place in the world.
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Evers can't answer why he vetoed bill: 'You caught me'
MADISON, Wis. (AP) Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers acknowledged that he couldn't explain why he vetoed a bill that would have allowed raffles using a paddle wheel device. “You caught me,” Evers said after being asked by a reporter Thursday to explain his veto earlier in the week of the bipartisan paddle wheel raffle bill.
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Vatican confirms first case of Covid-19 and launches sanitisation drive
A Vatican spokesman has confirmed the first case of Covid-19 at the city-state, as did officials in the African nation of Cameroon. Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said on Friday that non-emergency medical services at the Vatican have been closed so they can be sanitised following the positive test on Thursday.
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Broadcaster Mary Murphy will moderate presidential forum
Mary Murphy. By Irish Echo Staff. Mary Murphy, the 29-time Emmy Award winning news broadcaster, has been named the moderator for the bipartisan Irish American Presidential Forum which is set for New York City in April. Murphy has long been a prominent Irish American journalist and has been familiar....
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Coronavirus spreads across borders: Top developments
NEW DELHI: Crossing more borders, the new coronavirus hit a milestone Friday, infecting more than 100,000 people worldwide as it wove itself deeper into the daily lives of millions, infecting the powerful, the unprotected poor and the vast masses in between. Officially known as COVID-19 , the virus has killed nearly 3,400 people worldwide.
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