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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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Polish LGBT people leaving as post-vote mood grows hostile
WARSAW, Poland (AP) When a right-wing populist party won the right to govern Poland five years ago, Piotr Grabarczyk feared “bad things” might happen to gay men like him and other LGBT people. He sometimes considered leaving the country, but waited. Friends and a job bound Grabarczyk to Warsaw, the relatively liberal capital city.
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Polish LGBT people leaving as post-vote mood grows hostile
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — When a right-wing populist party won the right to govern Poland five years ago, Piotr Grabarczyk feared “bad things” might happen to gay men like him and other LGBT people. He sometimes considered leaving the country, but waited. Friends and a job bound Grabarczyk to Warsaw, the relatively liberal capital city.
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Polish LGBT people leaving as post-vote mood grows hostile WARSAW, Poland (AP) — When a right-wing populist party won the right to govern Poland five years ago, Piotr Grabarczyk feared “bad things” might happen to gay men like him and other LGBT people. H
© Provided by Associated Press Piotr Grabarczyk and his boyfriend Kamil Pawlik, right, from Poland, wait for a taxi outside the airport after Grabarczyk arrived in Barcelona, Spain, early Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Like them, many LGBT people are choosing to leave Poland amid rising homophobia....
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Beirut explosion: anger at officials grows after missed warnings
Anger and dismay has been building in Beirut as officials admitted that a massive port explosion that killed at least 135 people, injured thousands and left many more homeless was foreseeable and had been the subject of repeated warnings. With Lebanon’s capital still smouldering, an emerging paper....
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Beirut explosion: anger at officials grows after missed warnings - The Guardian
Anger and dismay has been building in Beirut as officials admitted that a massive port explosion that killed at least 135 people, injured thousands and left many more homeless was foreseeable and had been the subject of repeated warnings. With Lebanon’s capital still smouldering, an emerging paper....
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The Stars: When Moi met Machiavelli
On ce again it is the season for reviewing one of Kenya’s national tragedies and analysing its lasting impacts on the country. I refer of course to the failed coup attempt of August 1, 1982. And no doubt it was a major turning point. In his earlier career as a political leader President Daniel arap....
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Cameroon closes church that claims COVID-19 is a hoax
This music is played on loudspeakers by a group of seven members of the Tabernacles of Freedoms Ministries in Cameroon’s capital Yaounde. The four women and three men move from house to house and street to street calling themselves end time evangelists. Thirty-two-year-old Prudence Mayah, the group leader is referred to by church members as sister.
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Polish LGBT people leaving as post-vote mood grows hostile
WARSAW, Poland (AP) — When a right-wing populist party won the right to govern Poland five years ago, Piotr Grabarczyk feared “bad things” might happen to gay men like him and other LGBT people. He sometimes considered leaving the country, but waited. Friends and a job bound Grabarczyk to Warsaw, the relatively liberal capital city.
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Polish LGBT people leaving as post-vote mood grows hostile
WARSAW, Poland -- When a right-wing populist party won the right to govern Poland five years ago, Piotr Grabarczyk feared “bad things” might happen to gay men like him and other LGBT people. He sometimes considered leaving the country, but waited. Friends and a job bound Grabarczyk to Warsaw, the relatively liberal capital city.
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Election aftermath: LGBT emigres don’t wait to see 2nd term
WARSAW, Poland (AP) When a right-wing populist party won the right to govern Poland five years ago, Piotr Grabarczyk feared “bad things” might happen to gay men like him and other LGBT people. He sometimes considered leaving the country, but waited. Friends and a job bound Grabarczyk to Warsaw, the relatively liberal capital city.
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Election aftermath: LGBT emigres don’t wait to see 2nd term
WARSAW, Poland - When a right-wing populist party won the right to govern Poland five years ago, Piotr Grabarczyk feared “bad things” might happen to gay men like him and other LGBT people. He sometimes considered leaving the country, but waited. Friends and a job bound Grabarczyk to Warsaw, the relatively liberal capital city.
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