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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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Daily COVID-19 Cases Drop Below 400, Gov't Keeps Level 2 for Another Week
Anchor: The daily COVID-19 increase in South Korea fell slightly below 400 on Friday, but as big clusters linked to a church and a rally in Seoul further spread, the accumulated total in the capital area has surpassed that of the previous virus hotbed of Daegu.
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Identical twins turn 100 Identical twins turn 100 Sisters Kathleen and Dorothy will both clock up a very special milestone.
Twin sisters Kathleen and Dorothy are as close as ever having spent their lives doing things together. And now they have achieved the amazing feat of both reaching their milestone 100th birthday. From left, identical twins Kathleen and Dorothy are celebrating their 100th birthday.
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Kenosha updates: Small group continues protest, while police arrest some past curfew
7:30 p.m. Kenosha pastors want city known for its love of God, not violence. In a Kenosha park along Lake Michigan, Pastor Demetris Crum asked God for peace in a "dark and evil age." "We recognize Father that our city and our nation will only be restored by the love of God," said Crum, pastor of Second Baptist Church.
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Dozens Of Demonstrators, Journalists Detained In Minsk As Opposition Protests Continue
By RFE/RL's Belarus Service August 27, 2020. MINSK Belarusian police have detained dozens of protesters and journalists working for local and foreign media in the capital, Minsk, as demonstrations and strikes challenging the results of this month's presidential election continued for a 19th day.
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Faithful assured of the rebuilding of the Santo Niño de Pandacan Parish
The administration of the Santo Niño de Pandacan Parish in Manila is confident that through the help of the faithful, the historic church that was gutted by fire recently, will soon open its doors to churchgoers. Burnt parts of the Sto. Niño de Pandacan parish church seen in Manila on Saturday, July 11, 2020.
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Kenosha updates: Trump mentions Kenosha unrest in RNC acceptance speech Journal Sentinel reporters are in Kenosha in the aftermath of the police shooting of Jacob Blake and a fatal shooting during Tuesday protests. News | 46 mins ago
8:10 p.m. Gov. Evers stops in Kenosha for first time since shooting of Jacob Blake. Gov. Tony Evers visited Kenosha for the first time since Jacob Blake was shot by Kenosha police officer Rusten Sheskey. The shooting set off protests that included peaceful marching, but also looting vandalism that....
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Kenosha updates: Trump mentions Kenosha unrest in RNC acceptance speech; New foundation to help Kyle Rittenhouse with defense
8:10 p.m. Gov. Evers stops in Kenosha for first time since shooting of Jacob Blake. Gov. Tony Evers visited Kenosha for the first time since Jacob Blake was shot by Kenosha police officer Rusten Sheskey. The shooting set off protests that included peaceful marching, but also looting vandalism that....
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PM replies to religious leaders on vaccine
The prime minister has publicly responded for the first time to prominent religious leaders threatening to boycott a potential coronavirus vaccine. Scott Morrison, who is a practicing Christian, said his family would take the vaccine if it proves successful, despite scientists using cell lines from an electively-aborted foetus.
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Kenosha updates: New foundation to help Kyle Rittenhouse with legal defense, fees Journal Sentinel reporters are in Kenosha in the aftermath of the police shooting of Jacob Blake and a fatal shooting during Tuesday protests. News | 50 mins ago
8:10 p.m. Gov. Evers stops in Kenosha for first time since shooting of Jacob Blake. Gov. Tony Evers visited Kenosha for the first time since Jacob Blake was shot by Kenosha police officer Rusten Sheskey. The shooting set off protests that included peaceful marching, but also looting vandalism that....
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Stephenson crime scene: Posed, staged, message left
For the families of victims killed in unsolved murders, life has been at a standstill for a long time, even before the pandemic arrived. Over the next several weeks, The Enquirer will highlight a series of cold cases, summarized and analyzed by the journalists whose careers largely focus on unsolved murders: the creators of Cincinnati.
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PM replies to religious leaders on vaccine
The prime minister has publicly responded for the first time to prominent religious leaders threatening to boycott a potential coronavirus vaccine. Scott Morrison, who is a practicing Christian, said his family would take the vaccine if it proves successful, despite scientists using cell lines from an electively-aborted foetus.
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