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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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Thammasat massacre exhibition a timely warning from history
Decades of silence surrounding the darkest day in Thailand’s modern history are being broken at a temporary museum on the site of the bloody October 6, 1976 massacre. Assembled at Thammasat University’s Tha Prachan campus, the museum mixes factual accounts with haunting exhibits to provide a....
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Mlalazi makes waves on Star FM
Society Reporter. It is often said records are meant to be broken. This is exactly what is happening at one of the country’s leading radio stations, Star FM. T he Zimpapers-owned station hosts a Sunday evening programme, Gospel Greats Top 20, which is popular with listeners.
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Collins has faith in upset NZ election win
Opposition leader Judith Collins has followed the lead of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and voted early in New Zealand's election, heading to the polls in Auckland on Sunday. Ms Collins said she voted ahead of election day, October 17, as "it becomes a bit of a circus" on the day.
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Collins has faith in upset NZ election win
Opposition leader Judith Collins has followed the lead of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and voted early in New Zealand's election, heading to the polls in Auckland on Sunday. Ms Collins said she voted ahead of election day, October 17, as "it becomes a bit of a circus" on the day.
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Collins has faith in upset NZ election win
Opposition leader Judith Collins has followed the lead of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and voted early in New Zealand's election, heading to the polls in Auckland on Sunday. Ms Collins said she voted ahead of election day, October 17, as "it becomes a bit of a circus" on the day.
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Collins has faith in upset NZ election win
Opposition leader Judith Collins has followed the lead of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and voted early in New Zealand's election, heading to the polls in Auckland on Sunday. Ms Collins said she voted ahead of election day, October 17, as "it becomes a bit of a circus" on the day.
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Collins has faith in upset NZ election win
Opposition leader Judith Collins has followed the lead of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and voted early in New Zealand's election, heading to the polls in Auckland on Sunday. Ms Collins said she voted ahead of election day, October 17, as "it becomes a bit of a circus" on the day.
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College cancel culture has no room for debate
B ack in 2006 I debated Richard Dawkins on RTE Radio. His bestselling book The God Delusion had just been published and was receiving massive coverage just about everywhere. It was a no-holds- barred attack on religion, so we had a bit of a donnybrook. You can still find it on YouTube. Dawkins rarely pulls his punches about anything.
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College cancel culture has no room for debate
B ack in 2006 I debated Richard Dawkins on RTE Radio. His bestselling book The God Delusion had just been published and was receiving massive coverage just about everywhere. It was a no-holds- barred attack on religion, so we had a bit of a donnybrook. You can still find it on YouTube. Dawkins rarely pulls his punches about anything.
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samoa P.M. Tuilaepa worried about public gatherings in N.Z. By Talaia Mika, 04/10/2020
Public gatherings in New Zealand amid Government-approved repatriation flights to return stranded Samoans home continues to be a worry for Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Dr. Sa'ilele Malielegaoi. Speaking in an interview with Radio Samoa’s Taito Taloto last Friday, Tuilaepa claimed that illegal church and....
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LDS General Conference addresses elections, racism, protests and pandemic
“Amid social distancing, face masks and Zoom meetings, we have learned to do some things differently, and some even more effectively,” 96-year-old church President Russell M. Nelson said during the faith’s second straight all-virtual General Conference. “Unusual times can bring unusual rewards.
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