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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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The Latest: Ontario province to begin vaccinations next week
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says a small number of doses are expected to arrive in the province in the coming days. Canada's health regulator approved the vaccine by U.S. drugmaker Pfizer and Germany's BioNTech vaccine on Wednesday. Ford says health care workers in long-term care homes and other....
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The Latest: US tops 3,000 daily deaths, more than 9/11
GREENVILLE, S.C. — Vice President Mike Pence has traveled to South Carolina to talk about coronavirus vaccines, as cases are rising in the state. Pence participated in a roundtable discussion with Gov. Henry McMaster and local leaders about two vaccines, both likely to receive FDA approval for use in the next week.
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The Latest: Pence talks vaccines in SC as virus cases rise
Pence says the government's virus task force has “cut no corners in the development of this vaccine. We have cut red tape.” State health officials plan to give vaccines first to health care workers and nursing home patients. Federal officials hope to have the vaccine available to the general public by the end of June.
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The Latest: Pence talks vaccines in SC as virus cases rise
Pence participated in a roundtable discussion with Gov. Henry McMaster and local leaders about two vaccines, both likely to receive FDA approval for use in the next week. Pence says the government's virus task force has "cut no corners in the development of this vaccine. We have cut red tape.
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The Latest: US tops 3,000 daily deaths, more than 9/11
MISSION, Kan. — As FDA officials discuss approval of a COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, the U.S. set records for deaths and hospitalizations. The U.S. recorded 3,124 confirmed deaths on Wednesday, the highest one-day total yet, according to Johns Hopkins University. That’s more than the toll of 2,977 killed on Sept.
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The Latest: US tops 3,000 daily deaths, more than 9/11
Up until last week, the peak was 2,603 deaths on April 15, when New York City was the epicenter of the nation’s outbreak. The pandemic has killed more than 290,000 people in the U.S, with more than 15 million confirmed infections. THE VIRUS OUTBREAK: U.S. experts are convening to decide whether to approve the Pfizer vaccine.
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The Latest: US tops 3,000 daily deaths, more than 9/11
MISSION, Kan. — As FDA officials discuss approval of a COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, the U.S. set records for deaths and hospitalizations. The U.S. recorded 3,124 confirmed deaths on Wednesday, the highest one-day total yet, according to Johns Hopkins University. That’s more than the toll of 2,977 killed on Sept.
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The Latest: US tops 3,000 daily deaths, more than 9/11
MISSION, Kan. — As FDA officials discuss approval of a COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, the U.S. set records for deaths and hospitalizations. The U.S. recorded 3,124 confirmed deaths on Wednesday, the highest one-day total yet, according to Johns Hopkins University. That’s more than the toll of 2,977 killed on Sept.
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Graham Admits GOP Is 'Screwed' if Loeffler, Perdue Don't Win Ga. Runoffs
South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham acknowledged potential legislative challenges ahead for Republicans if their party's candidates lose the upcoming runoff elections in Georgia next month. Addressing the significance of January's runoffs during a Wednesday appearance on The Mike Gallagher Show ,....
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The Latest: US tops 3,000 daily deaths, more than 9/11
More than 106,000 Americans are hospitalized. Up until last week, the peak was 2,603 deaths on April 15, when New York City was the epicenter of the nation’s outbreak. The pandemic has killed more than 290,000 people in the U.S, with more than 15 million confirmed infections. THE VIRUS OUTBREAK: U.S.
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The Latest: US tops 3,000 daily deaths, more than 9/11
The U.S. recorded 3,124 confirmed deaths on Wednesday, the highest one-day total yet, according to Johns Hopkins University. That's more than the toll of 2,977 killed on Sept. 11, 2001. More than 106,000 Americans are hospitalized. Up until last week, the peak was 2,603 deaths on April 15, when New....
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