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EGR European Gospel Radio

Worldwide on Shortwave radio, streaming and satellite

Member Area

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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Leveraging social media to spur SMEs, business development
Three years after the initiative was birthed, the extent to which the programme has succeeded in addressing the challenge remains a subject of conjecture. Be that as it may, the soaring unemployment figures have forced thousands of Nigerian youths to take their fate into their hands, and resort to....
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Ethiopia sees war ending, EU complains of partisan aid access
Neither side gave proof for their assertions about the month-long war in the mountainous region bordering Eritrea, where phone communications have been down and access severely restricted both for media and aid workers. A senior European official chided the Ethiopian government over an agreement to....
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The Babangida in all of Us 5 mins ago Sunday Magazine
More than 27 years ago (Sunday, August 22, 1993) when this article was first published, it satirised deep national moral and political paralysis with their reflection on every facets of life in Nigeria. It’s being reproduced, first, to launch a new column, The Guardian CLASSICS which will henceforth....
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5 Dec 2020 - Interior CS Fred Matiang’i o shed his cloak of power as the most powerful Cabinet Secretary and assumed the role of a community elder… 5 Dec 2020 - In a statement, Kenya Power explained that a number of estates had been affected when their supply of electricity was disrupted… 5 Dec....
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Radio picks of the week
SUNDAY Words And Music (Radio 3, 5.30pm) This tribute to the late actor and inspired impressionist John Sessions, pictured, who died last month, offers another chance to hear his and Debra Stephenson’s classic vocal skits. World Book Club (World Service, 2pm) fields questions for the....
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Radio picks of the week
SUNDAY Words And Music (Radio 3, 5.30pm) This tribute to the late actor and inspired impressionist John Sessions, pictured, who died last month, offers another chance to hear his and Debra Stephenson’s classic vocal skits. World Book Club (World Service, 2pm) fields questions for the....
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It happened today – this day in history – December 6
343: Greek Bishop St Nicholas, model for the modern day Father Christmas, dies aged 73. 1240: Mongols under Batu Khan occupy and destroy Kiev – out of 50,000 people in the city only 2,000 survive. 1421: Henry VI is born in Windsor Castle. 1534: Quito, Ecuador, is founded by the Spanish.
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Tuning in – Music royalties are proving a hit for investors | Finance & economics
B EN STENNIS is a country-music songwriter from Nashville who has written hits for performers such as Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean. Earlier this year, as the music industry was stopped in its tracks by the coronavirus, a company called Royalty Exchange offered him the chance to raise some cash.
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Fred Sasakamoose, a Rare Indigenous N.H.L. Player, Dies at 86
Frederick Sasakamoose was born on Christmas Day 1933 in the Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation, in central Saskatchewan. He was one of 11 children, six of whom did not survive childhood. When he was 6, agents from the Canadian government came to the reservation and threw him and his brother Frank into a truck.
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The Trump dilemma: President casts long shadow over race to clinch the Senate
The US Election is not over. Democrats won the White House in round one. But round two is happening in Georgia. On January 5, a fortnight before Joe Biden is inaugurated, a pair of races in the Peach State will determine the balance of power in the US Senate.
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NAACP elections today in St. Paul, with a new way to vote
NAACP elections for the St. Paul branch will be held on Saturday, Dec. 5, to decide several positions including officers and at-large members of the St. Paul NAACP Executive Committee. The voting will take place from 12 to 4 p.m. at 781 Selby Ave. in St. Paul, according to the St. Paul branch of the NAACP.
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