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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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As Senate runoffs draw near, Pompeo warns Georgia students of Chinese...
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned an audience at Georgia Institute of Technology on Wednesday of the vulnerability of America’s college campuses to Chinese influence and accused some liberal higher education institutions of being bought by Beijing.
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1 dead, 3 others hurt in West Virginia chemical facility explosion
A West Virginia chemical facility erupted into flames after an explosion Tuesday night, killing one person and leading to a 2-mile shelter in place order for area residents before the fire was under control and the order was lifted, officials said. Four people in all were hurt in the blast, which happened just after 10 p.
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Nelson Santa Parade exceeding expectations, 60 floats on board
The Santa Parade in Nelson this year is exceeding expectations of the organisers with about 60 floats expected to take part on Sunday. Hayden Rose, alongside long-serving event MC Murray Leaning, stepped in to revive the event after it was cancelled by the Nelson City Council in October.
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The Mix: Music Box Theatre sing-along, Andrew Bird in concert, Pasion Latina and more things to do Dec. 10-16
Holiday classics. As we’re learning this holiday season, a virus can’t get in the way of tradition. With that in mind, two favorite holiday movie classics are transitioning to drive-in experiences this season. The Music Box Christmas Shows — “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “White Christmas” — will receive four screenings each (Dec.
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Agencies Join Forces to Protect Farmworkers
Many things have changed since COVID-19 reached Santa Barbara County in March 2020, but one thing remains constant – whether you are driving from Carpinteria to Goleta, along the 246, or up the 101 towards Santa Maria, farmworkers can be seen out in the fields tending to and harvesting our food.
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The top places to see Christmas lights and other holiday displays in Dallas-Fort Worth
Driving around looking at Christmas lights is a great way to stay socially distant and catch some cheer. So it’s a good thing that the holidays in Dallas-Fort Worth are always bright with sparkling light displays. Old favorites are returning — some with upgrades — and there’s a handful of new drive-through displays.
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How a billionaire mogul you’ve never heard of owns thousands of popular songs as we look at stars who sold their hits
WITH billions of pounds of rights at stake, investing in music has become a booming global industry – with some of the best known hits ever written changing hands and delivering huge returns. Some of the industry’s biggest players now boast portfolios worth in excess of £1billion – with Merck....
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TRIBUTE: Dawn Lindberg – The Light has gone out
Hers was a life in theatre and entertainment that moved from tiny make-do halls, to great theatrical successes, and on to the creation of South Africa’s most important theatre awards programme. Then Dawn Lindberg died on 7 December, yet another casualty of a year – and a disease – that has cost the....
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Utah Rep. Rob Bishop suffers mild stroke, is recovering in Washington, D.C. hospital
Just days before retiring from Congress, Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, 69, suffered what he says was a mild stroke on Monday evening. He told his former spokesman Lee Lonsberry, the host of KSL Newsradio’s “Live Mic,” that he had blurry vision, trouble with his balance and pain on his right side as the stroke hit.
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GOP holds big money advantage in Georgia Senate runoff races
With spending in Georgia’s twin Senate runoffs rocketing toward record levels, Republicans appear to be gaining a significant advantage on the state’s airwaves as heavy spending by outside groups finances a flood of mostly negative ads. The Republican edge marks a sharp reversal from the general....
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As Senate runoffs draw near, Pompeo warns Georgia students of Chinese influence on U.S. campuses
The Chinese Communist Party "know[s] that left-leaning college campuses are rife with anti-Americanism and present easy targets for their anti-American messaging," Pompeo said, claiming that was a reason China has set up Confucius Institutes on U.S. campuses, which bill themselves as language and....
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