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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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The Latest: Australia pledges $1.4M for Beirut relief effort
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. Prime Minister Scott Morrison told reporters Thursday that the aid will be provided to the World Food Program....
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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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A ripple of applause, then a man called out ‘thank you John’
As the final bars of The Town I Loved So Well drifted out of the cathedral door the first crackle of applause sounded. Stuttering at first, the instigators perhaps hesitant whether it was an appropriate response to such a moment, it quickly swept among all those congregated outside the church....
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Nairobi Wire
5 Aug 2020 - A man was presented before the Kibera Law Courts Tuesday for stealing Ksh430,000 from a businessman who had just withdrawn the money from a bank… 5 Aug 2020 - Roseline Nakhanu Waluke, the wife of convicted Sirisia MP John Waluke, says she has been subjected to ridicule and bashing ever....
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The Latest: Germany sends crews to find blast survivors
BEIRUT (AP) — The Latest on the explosion in Beirut (all times local): 11:29 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.
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A ripple of applause, then a man called out ‘thank you John’
As the final bars of The Town I Loved So Well drifted out of the cathedral door the first crackle of applause sounded. Stuttering at first, the instigators perhaps hesitant whether it was an appropriate response to such a moment, it quickly swept among all those congregated outside the church....
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Deadly explosion in Beirut: How to help to the victims in Lebanon
on their website. How nations are helping: France France says it is sending two planes with dozens of emergency workers, a mobile medical unit and 15 tons of aid. French President Emmanuel Macron’s office says the aid should allow for the treatment of some 500 victims.
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Ask a Freak
“Somehow I became respectable. I don’t know how,” writes John Waters in the opening lines of his new book Mr. Know-It-All: The Tarnished Wisdom of a Filth Elder. But the rest of us do. The world might have been scandalized by the sight of a 300-pound drag queen eating dog droppings in 1972’s Pink....
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In association with the University of Gloucestershire, these are the young businesspeople to watch in Gloucestershire
It’s been a tough year for businesses across the country but today we’re shining a light on young Gloucestershire stars who are an inspiration to us all. The second annual Gloucestershire Live 30 Under 30 list, sponsored by and in partnership with the University of Gloucestershire, showcases the best young talent on offer in the county.
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Overnight Defense: Esper says 'most believe' Beirut explosion was accident, contradicting Trump | Trump later says 'nobody knows yet' what happened in Lebanon | 61-year-old reservist ID'd as fourth military COVID death
’s assertion a day earlier that the explosion was an “attack.” Speaking at the Aspen Security Forum, Esper said U.S. officials are “still getting information on what happened,” but added that “most believe that it was an accident, as reported.” “We mourn for the dozens, if not hundreds, of Lebanese possibly killed and thousands hurt,” Esper said.
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Federal report accuses Georgia congressman of misusing funds
ATLANTA (AP) A U.S. House of Representatives report concludes that a Georgia congressman used campaign funds to pay for membership, green fees and meals at two exclusive golf courses. A separate taxpayer-funded account paid for holiday parties for U.S. Rep. Sanford Bishop’s staff over four years, investigators said.
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