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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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Beirut blast: 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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Election aftermath: LGBT emigres don't wait to see 2nd term
Friends and a job bound Grabarczyk to Warsaw, the relatively liberal capital city. He trusted that Poland's membership in the European Union would protect his community. Yet his dwindling faith finally fell away as President Andrzej Duda campaigned for reelection on an anti-LGBT platform - and won.
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Election aftermath: LGBT emigres don't wait to see 2nd term
1 of 13 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 promoted by President Andrzej....
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'He gave us the platform, the pathway': the life of John Hume is applauded by the town he loved so well Nobel Laureate and “Ireland’s greatest” John Hume made peace visible for others even in the darkest moments. Mourners at his funeral heard that the for
Nobel Laureate and “Ireland’s greatest” John Hume made peace visible for others even in the darkest moments. Mourners at his funeral heard that the former SDLP leader and peacemaker saved the lives of others through his vision and work. During his funeral at St Eugene’s Cathedral in Derry, Mr Hume....
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The Latest: Australia pledges $1.4M for Beirut relief effort
Prime Minister Scott Morrison told reporters Thursday that the aid will be provided to the World Food Program and to the Red Cross for food, medical care and essential items. He says his country is considering another round of support. Morrison says some Australian Embassy personnel were injured but....
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The Latest: Australia pledges $1.4M for Beirut relief effort
11:30 p.m. Germany has dispatched dozens of search and rescue specialists to Lebanon to help in the race to find survivors trapped beneath rubble following Tuesday’s explosion in Beirut. About 50 staff of Germany’s THW civil protection organization flew out of Frankfurt late Wednesday with search....
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Steve T. Garchar 1928-2020
Steve was born Nov. 12, 1928, in Struthers, a son of George and Mary Benzala Garchar. He was raised in Struthers and graduated in 1947 from Struthers High School. Steve started playing the accordion at the age of 10 and was self taught, and later studied accordion with Frank Sainato at Strouss’ Music Center.
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A “whole generation of kids” go off to college and hear “Israel is bad, America is bad, Christians are bad”
Marilyn Stern and Gary C. Gambill. Robert Nicholson, executive director of the Philos Project, spoke in an extended interview to Middle East Forum Radio host Gregg Roman on May 6 about his organization’s mission to promote positive Christian engagement in Middle Eastern cultures.
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The Latest: Australia pledges $1.4M for Beirut relief effort
BEIRUT (AP) — The Latest on the explosion in Beirut (all times local): 6 a.m. Thursday. The Australian government has pledged an initial 2 million Australian dollars ($1.4 million) to the relief effort in Lebanon following the deadly blast that ripped across the capital Beirut.
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The Latest: Australia pledges $1.4M for Beirut relief effort
He says his country is considering another round of support. Morrison says some Australian Embassy personnel were injured but “they are safe and accounted for and we wish them a speedy recovery.” He also thanked the U.S. Embassy officials in Beirut for their support. Tuesday's blast killed 135 people and injured about 5,000 others.
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The Latest: Australia pledges $1.4M for Beirut relief effort
BEIRUT (AP) — The Latest on the explosion in Beirut (all times local): 6 a.m. Thursday. The Australian government has pledged an initial 2 million Australian dollars ($1.4 million) to the relief effort in Lebanon following the deadly blast that ripped across the capital Beirut.
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