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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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Democratic debate kicks off with questions of who Russia wants for president - updates
Follow along with our live coverage of the Democratic debate. Steyer warns Democrats risk of re-electing Trump. Tom Steyer said Democrats are taking a huge gamble if they nominate Bernie Sanders or Michael Bloomberg to take on Donald Trump in November.
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Democratic debate kicks off with questions of who Russia wants for president - updates
Follow along with our live coverage of the Democratic debate. Warren hits Bloomberg for giving money to "right wing" Republicans. Elizabeth Warren revived her attacks on Michael Bloomberg in the Charleston debate, this time with an emphasis on the money he has given to "right-wing" Republican candidates.
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Democratic debate: Who does Russia want for president?
Follow along with our live coverage of the Democratic debate. Biden hits Bernie on gun control voting record Former Vice President Joe Biden hit Sen. Bernie Sanders on his record on guns, especially his votes against the Brady Bill, which established background checks and waiting periods for handgun purchases.
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Democratic debate kicks off with questions of who Russia wants for president - updates
Follow along with our live coverage of the Democratic debate. Biden hits Bernie on gun control voting record Former Vice President Joe Biden hit Sen. Bernie Sanders on his record on guns, especially his votes against the Brady Bill, which established background checks and waiting periods for handgun purchases.
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Desperate to stop virus’s spread, countries limit travel
A culture of long days at the office in Japan came to terms with the outbreak, with the government urging employers to allow workers to telecommute and have more flexible hours, simple moves Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed hope could help control the spread.
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links between its chief executive and Jeffrey Epstein
In 1821 the poet John Keats was buried in the Protestant cemetery in Rome. He requested these words on his headstone: Here lies One Whose Name was writ in Water; in 1839 the Grand Liverpool Steeplechase was held at Aintree, and is regarded as the first Grand National.
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Chino Valley in Brief: Job fair, Perkinsville Road construction and more
Perkinsville Road bridge under construction until April 30. Technology Construction, Inc., in conjunction with Yavapai County, will be performing bridge work on Perkinsville Road Timber Bridge eight miles east of Highway 89 in the Chino Valley area through Thursday, April 30.
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Bloomberg Continues Stumbling Over Constitution And Rights
By Larry Keane. Michael Bloomberg’s disdain for gun owners is well documented, but that didn’t stop him from reminding voters how he loathes the idea of Americans exercising freedom. Bloomberg, the billionaire presidential candidate for the Democratic nomination, denounced the notion that free men....
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Sturgeon chairs resilience meeting on coronavirus as preparations stepped up
Health Minister Jeane Freeman was among those in attendance and said those present are “expecting an outbreak and are working hard to ensure we have plans in place to contain it as best we can”. Her comments came after Scotland’s Chief Medical Officer said people could be banned from gathering in....
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Desperate to stop virus' spread, countries limit travel
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Officials scrambled Tuesday to halt the spread of the burgeoning new virus, from northern Italy where troops were dispatched to enforce quarantines and schools were shuttered, to South Korea, where some neighborhoods in a city of 2.5 million were brought to a near standstill.
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Sturgeon chairs resilience meeting on coronavirus as preparations stepped up
Nicola Sturgeon has chaired a Scottish Government resilience meeting as preparations for a coronavirus outbreak in Scotland accelerate. The First Minister led the meeting to discuss preparedness in Scotland, following outbreaks in northern Italy and elsewhere.
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