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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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Freedom of the Press in Europe's Microstates: A Complex Situation
The first thing that is clear about the media sector in general, and particularly the freedom of the press in European microstates, is the lack of information. In its annual ranking, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) only analyses the situation in two of these countries: Liechtenstein and Andorra.
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Aces of Trades: Steve Rauch says a pastor must have a calling from God to serve others
LANCASTER - Steve Rauch said being a pastor is not an easy vocation. "Often, being a pastor is like having 450 adult children," the X Church pastor of groups, care and outreach said. "You worry about the things they worry about. You're afraid of some of the things they may be afraid of.
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Manila bishop attributes crisis in PH to alleged misgovernance, aside from 'pasaway' people
MANILA - In his first public Mass after recovering from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), Archdiocese of Manila apostolic administrator Bishop Broderick Pabillo said Sunday that the soaring virus cases in the country is not just because of people violating quarantine measures, but due to the decisions and policies of authorities as well.
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How Suffering Farmers May Determine Trump’s Fate
Jerry Volenec always wanted to become a farmer. “You couldn’t keep me out of the barn,” he said. “I was milking cows by myself by the time I was fourteen.” By the early nineties, when Volenec began farming full time, the New Deal policies had largely been dismantled.
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How Suffering Farmers May Determine Trump’s Fate
Jerry Volenec always wanted to become a farmer. “You couldn’t keep me out of the barn,” he said. “I was milking cows by myself by the time I was fourteen.” By the early nineties, when Volenec began farming full time, the New Deal policies had largely been dismantled.
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Hilton, Scaramucci clash over presidential politics
Good morning and welcome to Fox News First. Here's what you need to know as you start your day ... Steve Hilton, Anthony Scaramucci clash over Biden support in heated interview; Trump responds Anthony Scaramucci, who served in the Trump administration as the White House director of communications....
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OPINION: Nigeria: A personal encounter (1)
By Hope O’Rukevbe Eghagha. I encountered Nigeria very early. Age 4 or 5, I think. I remember they said Nigeria had become a Republic. We marched. Danced. Ate rice. Drank Fanta. Not that I knew what a republic meant. It did not matter. We celebrated with teachers. And adults. We danced lustily to songs which wording we corrupted.
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IDPs and returnees in Morobo still in dire need of aid
Hundreds of returnees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Morobo County of Central Equatoria State are still “in dire need for humanitarian assistance” despite aid deliveries, a community leader said. Ezidio Taban, the Morobo community chairperson, told Radio Tamazuj on Wednesday last week....
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My hope is that Kwame McCoy changes
As a guest on the Kaieteur Radio, I was asked to comment on the new Cabinet and I mentioned – Kwame McCoy. I would be lying if I say that his ministerial status did not surprise me. But I did say that people can change. McCoy was charged with criminal assault against me along with Jason Abdulla and....
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Andriy Derkach and his tapes. About one special operation to interfere in the US presidential election
The “Derkach tapes” were first spoken about after the press conference by Andriy Derkach, that took place on May 19. The deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine convened journalists to introduce them audio recordings of conversations between Joe Biden and Petro Poroshenko, allegedly attesting to a....
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The last of the Mohicans 51 mins ago
The death, this month, of African-American Congressman, John Lewis – the last surviving member of the youthful speakers at the iconic August 1963 March on Washington – marks the distinctive passing of a golden age of sacred struggle. This was the generation of determined, dedicated, and disciplined....
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