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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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Schools close or send pupils home due to coronavirus fears
Schools across the UK have closed to protect against coronavirus, despite health officials recommending that they should stay open. At least eight have closed, while others have sent pupils home amid fears they may have been exposed to coronavirus during trips to northern Italy.
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Schools close or send pupils home due to coronavirus fears
But Public Health England (PHE) said that its general advice is not to close schools. The closures come after travellers returning to the UK from northern Italy were told they may need to self-isolate as part of measures to stop the spread of illness. A statement on its website said: “We are now....
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Schools close or send pupils home due to coronavirus fears
Schools across the UK have closed to protect against coronavirus, despite health officials recommending that they should stay open. At least eight have closed, while others have sent pupils home amid fears they may have been exposed to coronavirus during trips to northern Italy.
Read more...
 
Schools close or send pupils home due to coronavirus fears
Schools across the UK have closed to protect against coronavirus, despite health officials recommending that they should stay open. At least eight have closed, while others have sent pupils home amid fears they may have been exposed to coronavirus during trips to northern Italy.
Read more...
 
Schools close or send pupils home due to coronavirus fears
Schools across the UK have closed to protect against coronavirus, despite health officials recommending that they should stay open. At least eight have closed, while others have sent pupils home amid fears they may have been exposed to coronavirus during trips to northern Italy.
Read more...
 
Will Mike Bloomberg's big spending help him win Alabama?
With only 52 pledged delegates to the Democratic convention — a fraction of California's 415 — this Deep South state is far from the biggest prize on Super Tuesday, March 3, when 14 states with about 40% of the total delegates are up for grabs. But Michael R.
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Trump allies' battle over Senate seat prompts Republican jitters
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump so far hasn't been able to head off a drawn-out Republican brawl for a U.S. Senate seat in Georgia that pits two candidates he's praised against each other and triggered jitters within the party about potentially losing the seat in November. The conflict's been brewing since Georgia's GOP Gov.
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Prince George and Charlotte's school hit by coronavirus fears as pupils isolated
PHE has confirmed it is not advising schools to shut in an attempt to stem the spread of coronavirus. The organisation's medical director Paul Cosford told Radio 4's Today programme: "Schools have to take difficult decisions given the complexity of issues that they are facing. "What I would say is that our general advice is not to close schools.
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Local News South Buffalo pastor authors songs in response to Catholic Church scandals Ed Reilly 2:21 PM, Feb 26, 2020
But the scandals involving the Catholic Church have now inspired him to release an album of songs and prayers that he wrote in response to the church crisis. "I said this is either the worst possible time to do songs about the priesthood or the best possible time; if it is offering encouragement to people - which is my prayer," said Fr.
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Pupils at Prince George and Princess Charlotte's school isolated over coronavirus fears
Pupils at Prince George and Princess Charlotte's school are in self-isolation at their homes over fears they may have coronavirus. Reports say four pupils from Thomas's Battersea in southwest London have been sent home awaiting test results for Covid-19. Two of the children reported flu-like symptoms following a trip to northern Italy.
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Pope Francis: Put down your phones and turn off the TV this Lent
The Pope has urged Catholics to put down their phones and turn off the TV this Lent. In a world “polluted by too much verbal violence”, Pope Francis warned of the “offensive and harmful words” being amplified online in a speech to a general audience on Ash Wednesday.
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