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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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India sets global record in coronavirus cases: Live news
07:40 GMT - Hungary's daily virus infections tally hits new record at 718. Hungary reported 718 new coronavirus cases on Friday, the highest daily tally to date, the government said. The country has reported 10,909 coronavirus cases with 631 deaths so far.
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Getting Wise to Fake News
Lindsay Dina wasn’t fooled by a photo on Facebook that supposedly showed masses of dolphins frolicking in the canals of Venice. Ms. Dina, 75, ventured onto the social media platform roughly a decade ago, and has developed some savvy. She mostly shares information from established news organizations.
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Sterling Magee, blues man known as ‘Satan,' dies in Gulfport
Sterling Magee, the blues singer and guitarist who rode waves of resurgence from recording with legends to busking on a sidewalk for change before being rediscovered in his 50s as half of the unlikely duo Satan and Adam, died Sept. 6 in Gulfport. He was 84. Mr. Magee’s family said he died in Hospice care of complications from COVID-19.
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Tipperary deaths - Friday, September 11, 2020
The late Liam Reddan. The death has occurred of Liam Reddan late of Coolaholiga, Nenagh, Tipperary and formerly of O'Rahilly Street, Nenagh. Funeral Arrangements Later. The late Sr. Patrick Joseph Leamy. The death has occurred of Sr. Patrick Joseph (Jodie) Leamy late of Roskeen, Drombane, Thurles,....
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League One 2020/21 Season Preview: A guide to all of Plymouth Argyle's rivals
With eight former Premier League clubs in League One this season, the third tier of English football promises to be more competitive than ever in 2020/21. It all starts this weekend with the first round of matches, with pre-season title favourites Sunderland hosting Bristol Rovers at the Stadium of Light.
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Emerging Europe this week
Central Europe. Poland’s planned criteria for assessing the risk of telecoms equipment providers are political and may be aimed at excluding Huawei from developing the country’s 5G network, the Chinese company said on Wednesday. The United States says Huawei’s equipment could be used by the China....
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Michael C. (Mickey) Vaughan – Galway and New York
Monibea, Athenry, Co. Galway and New York. Reposing at his home (Eircode H65 FN36) on Saturday 12th September from 4pm to 9pm. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Church Ryhill, Monibea on Sunday at 12pm. A maximun of 50 people allowed in the Church. Burial afterwards in Tober Padraig Cemetery, Ryhill, Monibea.
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Sweet Bassist Steve Priest Dead at 72
Steve Priest, founding bassist and singer for “Ballroom Blitz” glam rock band Sweet, died Thursday at the age of 72. Priest’s family confirmed his death on social media Thursday. No cause of death was revealed, but guitarist Andy Scott — the last surviving member of the band’s classic lineup — said “his health was failing” recently.
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Aberdeen minister says it has been ‘great privilege’ to serve the community
A minister who is to leave his post after 14 years at an Aberdeen church says it has been a “great privilege” to serve the community. Woodside Parish Church stalwart, Reverend Markus Auffermann, has been a minister in the community for 14 years, and said the decision to leave was made “with a heavy heart”.
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First Holy Communion will be celebrated in Templemore this weekend
First Holy Communion. The girls of St. Joseph’s Primary School will celebrate their First Holy Communion next Saturday at 12 noon. In light of Covid-19 we ask that you keep with the guidelines of face coverings, social distancing and limited numbers at the ceremony. We thank you for your understanding and co-operation.
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Trump Has Chosen Photo Ops Over Substance in Encounters With Black Leaders - The New York Times
On Martin Luther King’s Birthday in January 2017, Donald J. Trump, then the president-elect, welcomed a group of civil rights leaders, led by Dr. King’s eldest son, into his office in Trump Tower. After a tour of Mr. Trump’s celebrity curio collection (Shaquille O’Neal’s sneakers, size 22, were a....
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