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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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Protests in Poland Over Abortion Law Continue for Sixth Day - The New York Times
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Poland’s cities for a nationwide strike on Wednesday to protest a top court’s decision to ban nearly all abortions, even as the nation’s leading politician called on his conservative supporters to “defend Poland.
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Pandemic doesn't keep church from celebrating 150th years
But just a couple months later, 2020 came to signify more than a major anniversary. Karen Fuchs-Archambault, Trinity Lutheran choir director, said even though COVID-19 is the worst pandemic she’s lived through, the church “hasn’t skipped a beat.” If anything, the church’s technological advantages have broadened its outreach more than ever before.
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Biden to air 90-minute radio programs targeting Black voters
Democratic presidential nominee plans to air 90-minute radio programs on gospel stations across the country this weekend urging Black voters to head to the polls in a final sprint of early voting before Tuesday’s elections. The Biden campaign will pay about $109,000 to air the programs on 29 radio....
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Calgary Catholic school increases COVID safety precautions after district's 'explosion' of cases
UPDATE: As of Oct. 28, a total of 76 students and 6 staff members have confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 2,925 students and 207 staff are currently in isolation. St. Francis High School has had 14 cases (13 students and 1 teacher) and has 300 students and 18 staff members currently isolating.
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Protests in Poland Over Abortion Law Continue for Sixth Day - The New York Times
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Poland’s cities for a nationwide strike on Wednesday to protest a top court’s decision to ban nearly all abortions, even as the nation’s leading politician called on his conservative supporters to “defend Poland.
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My View: Sale closing opens waves of memories
The closing of the sale of the family lake cottage of more than 50 years also was an opening, an opening of memories that were like the waves of our beloved Lake Erie. Some were calming ripples. Others like the whitecaps that caused laughter or apprehension as we dove into them or rode them into shore.
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Poles Strike Over Abortion Law as Government Threatens Crackdown
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Poland’s cities for a nationwide strike on Wednesday to protest a top court’s decision to ban nearly all abortions, even as the nation’s leading politician called on his conservative supporters to “defend Poland.
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Biz Buzz: Camping World expanding its footprint with new store
The Pocatello location has an additional 2,800-square-feet of space, making it much larger than the Idaho Falls store. Sharp says the completed project will have room for about 200 RV’s on-site. The inside of the store will have 10,000-square-feet for RV accessories, along with hunting, fishing and camping gear for customers.
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Protests in Poland Over Abortion Law Continue for Sixth Day
Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Poland’s cities for a nationwide strike on Wednesday to protest a top court’s decision to ban nearly all abortions, even as the nation’s leading politician called on his conservative supporters to “defend Poland.
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In Zimbabwe, the alliance of democratic forces is overdue!
In power politics, there are two key ingredients in a successful nonviolent revolution. These are receptivity of the regime to change and opposition unity. No single individual or group by itself can effect political change - it takes an alliance of democratic forces.
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Holiday hunger: Tory MPs, councils, peers and bishops pile pressure on Boris Johnson over school meals Pressure is mounting on Boris Johnson to find a solution to “holiday hunger” for English schoolchildren, as peers, bishops, Conservative backbenchers, T
Pressure is mounting on Boris Johnson to find a solution to “holiday hunger” for English schoolchildren, as peers, bishops, Conservative backbenchers, Tory councils and the prime minister’s own food tsar queued up to say the government must do more. © Provided by The Independent.
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