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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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Michael Bloomberg’s North Carolina Game Is Seriously Unlike Anything Else
S eeing the Bloomberg presidential campaign up close, there is no easy way to describe it. The campaign is simultaneously a sophisticated, well-funded effort to win the presidency and a bizarre grift that allows staffers to enjoy catered meals and six-figure incomes.
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'The first time in my lifetime I’ve seen it like this’: Democrats vie for Black vote in South Carolina
The former vice-president started the race with hefty polling leads in South Carolina and among African-Americans nationally. Virtually everyone in the state credited this strength to Mr. Biden’s association with Mr. Obama and other relationships with Black leaders, including long-time South Carolina congressman Jim Clyburn.
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Day 2 of Wet'suwet'en meeting and old sewer systems; In The News for Feb. 28
SMITHERS, B.C. — Hereditary chiefs of the Wet'suwet'en are scheduled to meet for a second day with senior federal and provincial ministers today as they try to break an impasse in a pipeline dispute that's sparked national protests and led to disruptions in the economy.
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Ban on Okada, Tricycles in Lagos; Try the waterways, they’re safe, says Laswa
By Fred Iwenjora. Pastor Oluwadamilola Emmanuel is the General Manager of the Lagos state waterways Authority ( LASWA). In the wake of the ban on commercial motorcycles and tricycles in parts of Lagos, Pastor Emmanuel speaks to FRED IWENJORA on the upsurge in passengers on the Lagos waterways urging commuters to try using ferries to save time.
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The symptoms to look for and advice for parents as schools close amid coronavirus fears
SCHOOLS are not being advised to close in an effort to stem the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), despite recent outbreaks in Europe. Around a dozen schools have sent staff and pupils home to self-isolate for 14 days after returning from half-term trips in northern Italy, where 323 people have tested positive for the virus and 11 have died.
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Romanians vs. coronavirus: No more kissing women or icons at church
The Romanian authorities are trying to prevent the coronavirus from spreading throughout the country after the first local case of infection with Covid-19 was reported on Wednesday, March 26, and everyone is trying to lend a hand. This has led to some rather specific recommendations, some of which may even make people smile.
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Passing final road test key to No. 17 BYU's postseason plans
By Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted - Feb. 28, 2020 at 10:17 a.m. PROVO — Alex Barcello has tried to keep a consistent schedule through the BYU basketball 2019-20 season after each game: celebrate a win — or console over a loss — for a night, and then move on to the next game.
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The gospel singer who died in a police cell
Rwandan gospel singer Kizito Mihigo was at one time hailed as a great national talent but then he was accused of being a traitor. He was recently found dead, at the age of 38, in a police cell. The BBC's Great Lakes Service looks back at his life. With his signature crucifix dangling around his neck....
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BEL MOONEY: A stroke's turned my husband into a vile monster
He’s continuously nasty about my cooking — as never before. There were lots of memory lapses (bathroom fan not turned off, car left running on drive, side door to our home left wide open), and a confidential chat with one of his friends revealed that his appalling, embarrassing behaviour has been noticed by others.
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Kizito Mihigo: The Rwandan gospel singer who died in a police cell
Image copyright Kizito Mihigo/Facebook. Rwandan gospel singer Kizito Mihigo was at one time hailed as a great national talent but then he was accused of being a traitor. He was recently found dead, at the age of 38, in a police cell. The BBC's Great Lakes Service looks back at his life.
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Democratic candidates court black voters in South Carolina
The former vice-president started the race with hefty polling leads in South Carolina and among African-Americans nationally. Virtually everyone in the state credited this strength to Mr. Biden’s association with Mr. Obama and other relationships with black leaders, including long-time South Carolina congressman Jim Clyburn.
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