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EGR European Gospel Radio

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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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Buttigieg's White House bid ensures place in LGBTQ history
Buttigieg fell short of his goal to win the Democratic nomination and defeat President Donald Trump. But his candidacy will likely be remembered as an example of the remarkable advances made by LGBTQ Americans in their quest for equality and acceptance.
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Buttigieg's White House bid ensures place in LGBTQ history
NEW YORK, N.Y. – A divisive debate over same-sex marriage animated the 2004 presidential election as voters across the country approved constitutional amendments banning such unions. Sixteen years later, with those bans invalidated and his husband by his side, Pete Buttigieg became the first openly....
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Buttigieg's White House bid ensures place in LGBTQ history
NEW YORK, N.Y. – A divisive debate over same-sex marriage animated the 2004 presidential election as voters across the country approved constitutional amendments banning such unions. Sixteen years later, with those bans invalidated and his husband by his side, Pete Buttigieg became the first openly....
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Buttigieg's White House bid ensures place in LGBTQ history
NEW YORK (AP) A divisive debate over same-sex marriage animated the 2004 presidential election as voters across the country approved constitutional amendments banning such unions. Sixteen years later, with those bans invalidated and his husband by his side, Pete Buttigieg became the first openly gay....
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Buttigieg’s White House bid ensures place in LGBTQ history
NEW YORK - A divisive debate over same-sex marriage animated the 2004 presidential election as voters across the country approved constitutional amendments banning such unions. Sixteen years later, with those bans invalidated and his husband by his side, Pete Buttigieg became the first openly gay....
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'I didn't really believe it at first': How the Molson Coors shooting in Milwaukee unfolded
There's someone lying on the ground downstairs with an open wound. Around 2 p.m. local time Wednesday afternoon, Byron Johnson returned from lunch to his job on the fifth floor of Building 4 when a fellow employee reported that news. Johnson is a temporary worker at Molson Coors in Milwaukee; he’d been at the brewery maybe a year.
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Be Safe Don't Shake Hands!
The handshake is becoming a taboo greeting among professional workers as employees and clients fear the spread of coronavirus in the workplace. It comes as #StopShakingHands has become a commonly used phrase on Twitter as even German Chancellor Angela Merkel refused to shake the hands of attendees at a business event in her constituency.
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Thousands stranded at Greek border as Ankara pressures EU over Idlib escalation
ISTANBUL Barbed wire and chain-link fence separate Greek security forces in riot gear from a growing number of refugees and migrants arriving at Turkey’s Pazarkule border gate after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his nation’s border guards would not stop individuals from entering Greece.
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Planning of the genocide perpetrated against Tutsi: highlights from 1 to March 7 from 1991-1994
By Bizimana Jean-Damascène, Executive Secretary of CNLG. Kigali: Every week, the National Commission to fight against Genocide (CNLG) exposes certain facts relating to the planning of the genocide perpetrated against Tutsi in 1994. The facts set out below relate to the period from 1 to March 7 from 1991-1994.
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Vatican unseals secret archive on Holocaust-era Pope Pius XII
The Vatican unsealed its secret archive relating to the controversial Holocaust-era Pope Pius XII. Critics accuse Pius of having turned a blind eye to Jewish suffering, and researchers hope the archive will reveal why the pope did not intervene to help the Jews during the Holocaust.
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Surveillance video appears to show suspects dump murder victim's body outside hospital
TORONTO -- Surveillance video obtained by CP24 appears to show suspects dumping the body of the city’s latest homicide victim outside a hospital in North York early Monday morning. In the video, a dark-coloured car is seen driving near Humber River Hospital’s campus in the area of Church and Jane streets at around 2:17 a.
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