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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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Kate's 5 fun things to do this weekend (Aug. 28 to 30)
, the forecast says. There's a chance of rain on Saturday, which may keep you indoors. If it does, it might be time to check out the first video from Digital Doors Open Guelph: a five-minute tour of the Hammond Radio Museum. Next Tuesday a new video will be posted featuring Catholic Hill.
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Coronavirus: What's happening around the world on Friday
The latest: South Korea tightens physical distancing restrictions in Seoul metropolitan area. Poll suggests pandemic has , pushed Americans apart. COVID-19 deaths to cross 317,000 in U.S. by Dec. 1, widely cited model projects. Havana announces curfew to curb new coronavirus peak. Britain to launch campaign encouraging people to return to work.
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Covid-19 Vaccine hesitancy is a growing concern for researchers, Health Official
As vaccine candidates advance closer to US authorization, health and industry officials want to make sure as many people as possible get vaccinated to reach the level, known as herd immunity, that would protect even people who aren’t immunized. Yet large percentages of Americans, including those at....
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5 Fibs Donald Trump And Republicans Told You This Week This week HuffPost UK’s ‘5 Fibs’ is a Republican National Convention special, due partly to the fact it was a pretty important event but mostly because the scale of deception on show was simply monume
This week HuffPost UK’s ‘5 Fibs’ is a Republican National Convention special, due partly to the fact it was a pretty important event but mostly because the scale of deception on show was simply monumental. To get an idea of the lengths Donald Trump’s party are going to in an effort to paint the....
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Archbishop Oscar Cruz, Philippine Critic of Graft and Gambling, Dies at 85
“Archbishop Cruz was a humble servant who lived out what he preached — justice, equality, and compassion for the needy,” he added. When Rodrigo Duterte was running for president in 2016, Archbishop Cruz said the famously foul-mouthed politician was dangerous and “worse than a dictator.” (Mr.
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Covid-19 Vaccine hesitancy is a growing concern for researchers, Health Official
Many Americans are reluctant or concerned about getting immunized against the coronavirus, including some at high risk of infection
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Kenosha updates: DOJ says Jacob Blake was tased twice, names two more Kenosha officers involved
A small group continued to protest in downtown Kenosha after curfew during the fifth night of protests. Kenosha's curfew went into effect at 7 p.m. Thursday. After nights of destruction and violence, it was a relatively quiet scene. Protesters made their way through the streets with stops at Library Park and the Civic Center Park.
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Kenosha updates: DOJ says Jacob Blake was tased twice, names two more Kenosha officers involved
A small group continued to protest in downtown Kenosha after curfew during the fifth night of protests. Kenosha's curfew went into effect at 7 p.m. Thursday. After nights of destruction and violence, it was a relatively quiet scene. Protesters made their way through the streets with stops at Library Park and the Civic Center Park.
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Passionate People, Passionate Places: the North East's 15 funniest comedians
Stan Laurel. Though born in Ulverston, Cumbria, Stan Laurel grew up mostly in the North East, attending King James I Grammar School in Bishop Auckland and the King’s School in Tynemouth. He became a popular musical hall entertainer at the start of the 20th century, before trying his luck in Hollywood.
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Two crime scenes in place after ‘bags of human bones’ discovered in river
Suffolk police were called shortly after 4.35pm on Thursday, August 27 to the river near Meadow Gates and Croft Bridge after the discovery of bags containing bones. Police believe the bones, discovered in bags near a submerged shopping trolley, are human remains.
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$5 virus test doesn't need special equipment
And in general, rapid tests like Abbott's are less accurate than lab-developed tests. The FDA said in a statement announcing the decision that negative results with Abbott's test may need to be confirmed with a lab test in some cases. The agency granted Abbott's test an emergency-use authorization....
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