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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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Five new cases of Covid in community; Hipkins urges kids to return to school 1 hour ago
There are nine new Covid cases in New Zealand today - four in MIQ and five in the community. Three of the community cases are linked to the Mt Roskill church and the others are household contacts of previously confirmed cases. There are 28 close contacts identified of the Tokoroa health professional who is in hospital.
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Officials quash plan, for now, to develop Philippines’ biggest copper mine
SOUTH COTABATO, Philippines — Officials in the southern Philippines have canceled a $5.9 billion project to exploit Southeast Asia’s largest known undeveloped copper and gold reserves, but have left open the possibility of the venture being revived. The municipal council of Tampakan, home to 40,000....
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Covid-19 coronavirus: Nine new cases today - five in community and four in MIQ
There are nine new Covid cases in New Zealand today - four in MIQ and five in the community. Three of the community cases are linked to the Mt Roskill church and the others are household contacts of previously confirmed cases. There are 28 close contacts identified of the Tokoroa health professional who is in hospital.
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Holy mass in honor of front liners to be held today
Archdiocese of Manila Apostolic Administrator Bishop Broderick S. Pabillo enjoins the faithful to join the Eucharistic celebration in honor of all front liners today, August 31, to coincide with the observance of National Heroes Day. Pabillo will preside over the holy mass which will be streamed....
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The Latest: Victoria, Australia records 41 new virus deaths
A six-week lockdown in the state capital Melbourne, Australia’s second-largest city, is due to be relaxed on Sept. 13. But the state government has not said how it will be relaxed or given any assurances that it won’t be extended. Australia’s Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said on Monday he disagreed....
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The Latest: Victoria, Australia records 41 new virus deaths
The death toll eclipses the previous record of 25 set on Aug. 17. The tally of new infections is the lowest since 67 new cases were recorded on June 30 in the early weeks of the second wave of the pandemic. A six-week lockdown in the state capital Melbourne, Australia’s second-largest city, is due to be relaxed on Sept.
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KRYK: Jaguars self-purged a Super Bowl-worthy defence
Article content continued. Yeah. That’s how badly Ngakoue wanted out of Jacksonville. He had been unhappy with Jaguars management since long-term contract negotiations fell apart last summer. In four seasons in Jacksonville, Ngakoue missed only one game while forcing 14 fumbles — including a....
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The Latest: Utah State University to test 300 students
LOGAN, Utah — Utah State University plans to test nearly 300 students for COVID-19 after wastewater samples from four dormitories showed elevated levels of the coronavirus, school officials said Sunday. The 287 students who will be tested Sunday and Monday live in the Rich, Jones, Morgan and Davis dorms on the campus in Logan.
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Chadwick Boseman's hometown community mourns
Chadwick Boseman, an Anderson County, South Carolina, native , former T.L. Hanna High School student and internationally known movie star, died on Friday. Here are some of the ways his hometown community is remembering the legacy Boseman gave us. Anderson Mayor Terence Roberts.
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Sept. 2, 1945: A day of broncs, fires and world peace
The rodeo at the Missoula County Fairgrounds was preceded by a parade through downtown. Neither had to do with the war, though there must have been an extra shot of exuberance that day. It was Sunday, Sept. 2, 1945. Technically speaking, Japanese officials had signed surrender papers aboard the U.S.
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The Latest: Temple University halts in-person classes
A ship company worker, wearing a face mask to protect against the spread of the new coronavirus, checks passengers' health questionnaires prior to their boarding, at the port of Piraeus, near Athens, Sunday, Aug. 30, 2020. Greek health officials said Friday that they are expanding for another two....
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