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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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Anne Enright: ‘A lot of bad things happen to women in books. Really a lot’
W hen Anne Enright began writing her latest novel Actress in 2016, a story of the dark side of showbusiness with a full cast of sleazebags and sexual predators, she felt that she “was breaking some kind of news”. Then came the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
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These sisters turn three and four on February 29th – or should that be 12 and 16?
What do Ja Rule, Pope Paul III and Zig and Zag have in common? They were all born on February 29th. It is the least common birthday to have: in simple terms, you have only a 1 in 1,461 chance of being born on leap day. Today, leap day babies of all ages will get the chance to celebrate their actual birthdays for the first time since 2016.
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Experience: I was a gay-conversion therapist
I moved out of home when I was 18. My first place was an apartment and I became friendly with the guy who lived above me. I was having a beer with him one night and asked him if he was gay. I told him I had always wondered whether I was. I had sex with him that night.
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Pete Buttigieg: The Energizer Bunny of Hegemony
Pete Buttigieg’s father, Joseph Anthony Buttigieg II, who died in early 2019, was a prominent scholar of the works of Antonio Gramsci, the Italian Marxist who opposed Mussolini’s fascist regime. In 1926, the prosecutor at Gramsci’s trial declared, “For twenty years, we must stop this brain from functioning.
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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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'She exists out of time': Umm Kulthum, Arab music's eternal star
Y ou hear the Umm Kulthum cafe before you see it. Violins swoon and a monumental voice surges from a doorway in Cairo’s Tawfiqia neighbourhood. Outside, couples smoke shisha on plastic chairs, dwarfed by two immense golden busts depicting the singer known variously as “the star of the east”, “mother of the Arabs” and “Egypt’s fourth pyramid”.
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Michael Bloomberg’s North Carolina Game Is Seriously Unlike Anything Else
The Tar Heel State features vast numbers of moderate pro-business white Democrats in and around Raleigh and Charlotte who are turned off by both Trump’s Republican Party and Bernie Sanders’ brand of democratic socialism. In particular, in Charlotte, Bloomberg touts the endorsement of former Bank of America CEO Hugh McColl.
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National Emergency Co-Ordination Group to meet this morning ahead of the arrival of Storm Jorge
Health officials are to begin contacting passengers on a flight from Italy to Dublin recently who may have been exposed to the coronavirus. It's after the first case of covid-19 was confirmed in the North last night. The patient, who is being treated in; Mindspace Mayo would like to sincerely thank....
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'Progressive about everything but race': 2020 Dems run from records in battle for black voters
ROCK HILL, S.C. Democrats are getting a taste of their own medicine after years of playing the race card against Republicans. All of the top Democratic presidential candidates have racial blemishes on their records, and their rivals have been more forceful in targeting them as they fight tooth and....
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These two sisters turn four and three on February 29th – or should that be 16 and 12?
What do Ja Rule, Pope Paul III and Zig and Zag have in common? They were all born on February 29th. According to the Central Statistics Office, it is the least common birthday in Ireland. Indeed, it is estimated you only have a 1 in 1,461 chance of being born on February 29th.
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History expert to talk at library
WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE: The American Association of University Women Youngstown Branch will meet 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Boardman Public Library, 7680 Glenwood Ave. Traci Manning, curator of education Mahoning Valley Historical Society, will speak on “Celebrating 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage.” A business meeting will follow.
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