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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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How religion is playing a role in the spread of coronavirus in Korea
Religion is at the center of many lives in Korea. Now it’s at the center of a rapidly spreading contagion. The largest number of Covid-19 infections outside of China is now in Korea. Health officials there have confirmed more than 1,000 cases and the virus has so far killed 11 people.
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Residents of Sunyani assaulted for defying funeral dress code
Angry palace executioners and some police officers at the Sunyani traditional area in the Bono Region have been caught in a video assaulting some residents for defying funeral orders in the area. The residents following the death of their late queen mother, Nana Yaa Nyamah were expected to comply....
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Melvyn Bragg’s Diary: The battle for the BBC, the teacher who changed my life, and “the greatest novelist of all”
On 5 March I’ll be speaking in a debate in the House of Lords. Lord Young of Norwood Green has proposed a debate on the subject, “This House takes note of the role of the BBC and public service broadcasting to the United Kingdom’s economy and creative culture.” It will last for two and a half hours.
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Residents of Sunyani assaulted for defying funeral rites orders
Angry palace executioners and some police officers at the Sunyani traditional area in the Bono Region have been caught in a video assaulting some residents for defying funeral orders in the area. The residents following the death of their late queen mother, Nana Yaa Nyamah were expected to comply....
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Coronavirus: Tenerife desperately tracks missing hotel users fearing major Europe outbreak BOSSES at the Tenerife hotel hit by a coronavirus outbreak are being asked for the...
Regional health chiefs have asked the H10 Costa Adeje Palace to hand over a list of names of guests who were at the hotel after February 17, the date the four Italians who have the virus checked in. A spokesman for the regional health authority said: “The hotel has been asked for a list of the names....
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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 six 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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Faces of the floods: Shock, sandbags and a sleepless night in Snaith
They have never seen anything like it. After a sleepless night, the town of Snaith remains underwater. The River Aire peaked at its highest ever level on Wednesday, along with the anxiety of the town's residents. They looked helplessly on at as further flooding is expected.
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The town remains underwater, with more devastation expected
They have never seen anything like it. After a sleepless night, the town of Snaith remains underwater. The River Aire peaked at its highest ever level on Wednesday, along with the anxiety of the town's residents. They looked helplessly on at as further flooding is expected.
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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 six 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
Schools across the UK have closed to protect against coronavirus, despite health officials recommending that they should stay open. At least six 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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Greek islanders strike as migrant camp row intensifies
For a second day, protesters on Lesbos faced off against riot police near the town of Mantamados, close to the site of a planned camp for up to 7,000 people. Small groups of protesters threw stones and firebombs at the police, who responded with tear gas and flash grenades.
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