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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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News24.com | Covid-19 wrap: Global cases cross 36.18m, UK considering further curbs, Germany sees 'worrying jump'
Keeping you up to date on the latest novel coronavirus (Covid-19) news from around the world. FOLLOW LIVE | Covid-19: What we know about vaccine hesitancy in South Africa Worldwide coronavirus cases cross 36.18 million, death toll at 1 052 974. More than 36.
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Dennis Mattinson’s Weather for Thursday and Friday
AREA FORECAST: The Owens Valley / Town of Mammoth Lakes THU OCT 08 2020 WEATHER DISCUSSION: A pattern interrupting storm system is headed our way by the weekend. This should bring a taste of Fall by Sunday, with brisk overnight lows, in Mammoth and the Owens Valley.
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Community exercise vs terrorism next week
AS PART of Davao City’s continued campaign on "Culture of Security," Task Force Davao will test how Dabawenyos cooperate with authorities and react to terrorism incidents in the upcoming community exercise. The community exercise will happen anytime next week and is aimed at evaluating the....
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Drunken family feud leaves 2 dead in Kapoeta North
Two family members died of gunshot wounds last Sunday after a misunderstanding ensued while they were drinking in Lokwamor village, Riwoto Payam of Kapoeta North County in Eastern Equatoria State. The director of police in the now-defunct Kapoeta State, Anthony Adil Juma, told Radio Tamazuj that the....
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Heat map reveals the 200 towns and cities with high Covid-19 infection rates
Cabinet divisions led to a delay in the introduction of the new three-tier system, with the overhaul originally set to be introduced today. Chancellor Rishi Sunak and other 'hawks' alarmed about the impact on the economy clashed with 'doves' Matt Hancock and Michael Gove over elements of the plan.
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Journalists wounded in second attack on Ghazanchetsots Church in Shushi
According to BILD reporter Paul Ronzheimer, journalists were inside the church to film the attack. “New attack on church in Shushi just now, several journalists were inside to film destruction of first attack when this happened. We don’t know yet it there are injured people,” he said on Twitter. © 2013-2020 Public Radio of Armenia.
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Covid: Ministers seek to calm concerns about new restrictions
At the meeting the chief medical officer presented evidence that a "significant proportion" of exposure to coronavirus happens in the hospitality sector - but nothing more was presented on the scope, severity, timing or precise location of any new restrictions.
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Death Notices Thursday 8th October, 2020
Josephine also known as Josie Coyne nee Shiel. Rakerin, Gort. Mass for Josie Coyne will take place on Saturday at 1 in St. Colomba’s Church, Kilbeacanty. Funeral afterwards to Rakerin Cemetery. Flowers welcome. Donations, if desired to Gort Cancer Support.
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Russia's daily Covid-19 case tally nears peak May levels - latest updates
Central Moscow on October 7, 2020. (AFP) Thursday, October 8, 2020. Russia's new daily case tally near May peak. Russia has reported 11,493 new cases, just short of the most confirmed in a single day during the pandemic, pushing the overall total to 1,260,112. Officials said 191 people had died in the last 24 hours.
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Still Falling for It
On any other Friday evening, it would have been an unremarkable choice. Though not a critical success in its own time, the 1957 film, written by Budd Schulberg and directed by Elia Kazan, has since been heralded as a masterpiece, praised by François Truffaut and preserved by the National Film Registry.
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Women in Kenya Are Using Knitting Needles to End Their Pregnancies. Blame Donald Trump.
On a rainy morning in May 2019, Dr. John Nyamu was attending to patients on the cluttered first floor of an office building in downtown Nairobi when he heard raucous shouts from down the street. A caravan of protesters was winding toward him, a few hundred people teeming in the streets, bellowing through loudspeakers, and stopping traffic.
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