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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
Christianity
Maverick Citizen: Rebel Music – Bob Marley turns 75
“When … Bob Marley wailed Get up, stand up, stand up for your rights , or when Peter Tosh sang I need equal rights and justice , my friends and I were startled by the directness and fearlessness of the messages. Then we were stirred into action. Some went into exile to fight.
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In ‘Nina Simone: Four Women,’ the singer, the song, the outrage
In the play “Nina Simone: Four Women,” which opens Wednesday at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre in Lowell, the singer and her fictional counterparts from the song — Aunt Sarah, Sephronia, and Sweet Thing — converge on the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., in the aftermath of the horrific Ku Klux Klan bombing in September 1963.
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Universities bracing for virus revenue hit
The coronavirus outbreak could wipe 10 per cent off the Australian National University's total revenue, Chancellor Julie Bishop has warned. Ms Bishop said about 5000 Chinese students are enrolled for this year, but only 1000 were already in Australia when the travel ban was put in place.
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Republican candidates for the 7th Congressional District debate ahead of special election
WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAW) -- Thursday, the republican candidates for the 7th Congressional District went head to head sharing their stance on a wide array of topics important to north central Wisconsin voters. The live debate took place over the airwaves at Wisconsin Public Radio in Wausau with Shereen Siewert and Robin Washington moderating.
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Gore couple fear they will never live in flood-damaged home again
Hokonui Breakfast radio host Luke Howden and his partner now fear their Ontario St home is damaged beyond repair after floodwaters filled the house up to knee-height. Only photos and a TV hurriedly placed up high were saved as clothes, carpets and furnishings were destroyed and a smudgy waterline....
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Mzee Moi's last journey
Mzee’s last journey will be on a gun carriage along city streets. 07th Feb 2020 03:00:00 GMT +0300 Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua (right) flanked by Chief of Defense Forces Samson Mwathethe (2nd right), DCDF Robert Mwathethe Kibochi (2nd left), Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai....
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Prophet Freddy courts controversy with ‘drag queen’ role
Mthabisi Tshuma, Showbiz Correspondent. CAN someone please present gospel musician, Prophet Freddy, with his award for Most controversial gospel musician as he has already hogged the limelight again after appearing as a drag queen on his Zvakwana music video.
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Universities bracing for virus revenue hit
The coronavirus outbreak could wipe 10 per cent off the Australian National University's total revenue, Chancellor Julie Bishop has warned. Ms Bishop said about 5000 Chinese students are enrolled for this year, but only 1000 were already in Australia when the travel ban was put in place.
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Universities bracing for virus revenue hit
The coronavirus outbreak could wipe 10 per cent off the Australian National University's total revenue, Chancellor Julie Bishop has warned. Ms Bishop said about 5000 Chinese students are enrolled for this year, but only 1000 were already in Australia when the travel ban was put in place.
Read more...
 
Universities bracing for virus revenue hit
The coronavirus outbreak could wipe 10 per cent off the Australian National University's total revenue, Chancellor Julie Bishop has warned. Ms Bishop said about 5000 Chinese students are enrolled for this year, but only 1000 were already in Australia when the travel ban was put in place.
Read more...
 
Universities bracing for virus revenue hit
The coronavirus outbreak could wipe 10 per cent off the Australian National University's total revenue, Chancellor Julie Bishop has warned. Ms Bishop said about 5000 Chinese students are enrolled for this year, but only 1000 were already in Australia when the travel ban was put in place.
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