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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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What lies at the base of this overwhelming need?
It's too common to be a motivation restricted to only a few. Tania Hardy-Smith, Mitcham An insightful examination. David Leser's article was an insightful examination of the unique and strange attitudes of many men towards women. Sadly a culture of misogyny or just downright disrespect for women has....
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Coronavirus news – live: Health secretary admits pandemic may be 'inevitable' as first deaths reported in US, Australia and Thailand
Pope to skip week-long spiritual retreat as Vatican insists 'no evidence' of coronavirus. Pope Francis will not attend a week-long Lenten spiritual retreat due to a cold as rumours that the pontiff has coronavirus persist. The pope announced on Sunday that he would skip the retreat with senior....
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Archives on Pius XII unsealed by Vatican
Two hundred researchers have already requested access to the mountain of documents, made available after an inventory that took more than 14 years for Holy See archivists to complete. Award-winning German religious historian Hubert Wolf will be in Rome on Monday, armed with six assistants and two....
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Deadly Neo-Nazi Group’s Media Fixation Could Be Its Downfall
In the early 1980s, The Order, an underground, white supremacist guerrilla organization, sought to overthrow the government, knock off banks, and counterfeit money. But The Order was also destructively fixated on press: Two members committed the 1984 assassination of Jewish talk radio host Alan Berg....
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Today in History, March 1, 1962: First Kmart store opened
Today is March 1. On this date in: 1790. President George Washington signed a measure authorizing the first United States Census. (Census Day was Aug. 2, 1790.) 1819. The City of Cincinnati was officially incorporated as a city. 1872. President Ulysses S.
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Vatican opens archives on history’s most controversial pope
VATICAN CITY: The Vatican unseals the archives of history’s most contentious popes on Monday, potentially shedding light on why Pius XII stayed silent during the extermination of six million Jews in the Holocaust. Two hundred researchers have already requested access to the mountain of documents,....
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Teenage girl dies in a single vehicle road traffic collision in Oughterard
Galway Gardaí are advising the public not to travel unless absolutely necessary after a high rise vehicle was blow off the road in Connemara. The incident occurred earlier on this afternoon on the N59 near Shaughnessys bridge at Maam Cross in Connemara.
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'I don't feel like we're making any progress': 6 months after Hurricane Dorian, Bahamas struggles to rebuild
Ten minutes away from the restored and gleaming cruise ship terminals on Grand Bahama island, just beyond the multi-millionaires' beach compounds, is the real Bahamas — and it lies in ruins. It's six months since Hurricane Dorian made landfall on the island nation, snapping trees, gutting homes, shearing exterior walls and roofs clean off.
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Today in history
1 March 2020 (MIA) North Macedonia. 1875 – Kiril Grigorov Prlicev, son of the famous poet Grigor Prlicev and his wife Anastasija Uzunova, was born in Ohrid. Kiril Prlicev went on to become a military commander, statesman, teacher, writer and journalist. Took part in the Ilinden Uprising as fighter in Hristo Chernopeev’s regiment.
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14th century love song: Frolicking Little Angel
If one was to look through history in search of the predecessors of today’s popular music, then one of the oldest songs worth a mention would have to be Frolicking Little Angel (entitled Andělíku rozkochaný in Czech). This love song from 14th century Bohemia sounded rather strange even in its time.
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Vatican opens archives on history's most controversial pope
VATICAN - The Vatican unseals the archives of history's most contentious popes on Monday, potentially shedding light on why Pius XII stayed silent during the extermination of six million Jews in the Holocaust. Two hundred researchers have already requested access to the mountain of documents, made....
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