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EGR European Gospel Radio

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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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AP PHOTOS: From memorial to protest, the power of prayer
The full moon rises behind the Byzantine-era Hagia Sophia, in the historic Sultanahmet district of Istanbul, early Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020. Worshipers held the first Muslim prayers in 86 years inside the Istanbul landmark that served as one of Christendom's most significant cathedrals, a mosque and a....
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AP PHOTOS: From memorial to protest, the power of prayer
The full moon rises behind the Byzantine-era Hagia Sophia, in the historic Sultanahmet district of Istanbul, early Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020. Worshipers held the first Muslim prayers in 86 years inside the Istanbul landmark that served as one of Christendom's most significant cathedrals, a mosque and a....
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AP PHOTOS: From memorial to protest, the power of prayer
The unidentified man cast a solitary silhouette in the window of his home in Srinagar, the capital of disputed, Indian-controlled Kashmir, as he offered evening prayers. Half a world away, Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller knelt on the field and pressed a fist solemnly to his bowed forehead after a game against the Atlanta Falcons.
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AP PHOTOS: From memorial to protest, the power of prayer
The unidentified man cast a solitary silhouette in the window of his in Srinagar the capital of disputed, Indian-controlled Kashmir, as he offered evening prayers Half a world away, Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller knelt on the field and pressed a fist solemnly to his bowed forehead after a game against the Atlanta Falcons.
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AP PHOTOS: From memorial to protest, the power of prayer
The unidentified man cast a solitary silhouette in the window of his home in Srinagar, the capital of disputed, Indian-controlled Kashmir, as he offered evening prayers. Half a world away, Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller knelt on the field and pressed a fist solemnly to his bowed forehead after a game against the Atlanta Falcons.
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Former ambassador Harri Tiido: Belarus as a national project
The national movement of Belarus is younger than many of its counterparts. It got its start somewhere toward the end of the 19th century or rather even after revolutionary events in Russia in 1905. For example, the national awakening of Ukraine took place some 50 years earlier, around the 1840s.
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Things to do – online and in-person – in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Oct. 1-8
EVENTS. Outside-In Tour of the Lanterman House: Docent-led tours of the historic bungalow-style house (listed on the National Register of Historic Places), 6 or 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 and 8. Admission $5; $3 seniors and ages 12-18. Reservations required from the website link here: lantermanhouse.brownpapertickets.
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Devotees told to brace for 'different' 2021 Black Nazarene feast
DEVOTION. Millions of devotees participate in the annual 'traslacion' or the procession of the Black Nazarene every January 9. Fr. Douglas Badong, parochial vicar of the Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene says on Thursday (Oct. 1, 2020) said devotees must prepare for a different way of celebrating....
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Iraqi archbishop lauded for rescuing civilians and ancient manuscripts as ISIS closed in on Mosul
An Iraqi archbishop who saved under-fire civilians and ancient manuscripts from ISIS fighters been nominated for the prestigious Sakharov Prize for his work in defending human rights. Najeeb Michaeel Moussa, the archbishop of Mosul, helped Iraqi Christians to flee in 2014 after ISIS took control of the city amid a week of fierce fighting.
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Iraqi archbishop lauded for rescuing civilians and ancient manuscripts as ISIS closed in on Mosul
An Iraqi archbishop who saved under-fire civilians and ancient manuscripts from ISIS fighters been nominated for the prestigious Sakharov Prize for his work in defending human rights. Najeeb Michaeel Moussa, the archbishop of Mosul, helped Iraqi Christians to flee in 2014 after ISIS took control of the city amid a week of fierce fighting.
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Visiting foreign priests bring fresh wind to Czech parishes
Emmanuel Onuma was ordained in his home country Nigeria and had never been outside of Africa before travelling to the Czech Republic. Today the 36-year-old priest lives in Plzen and is studying European culture at the Univesity of Bohemia. On weekends he serves at the Klatovy parish, helping to....
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