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  • Ages of anxiety 06 Jul 2020 03:02 The Dawn “I AM dying of a broken heart … my heart has become exceedingly troubled, heartbreak has seized me, I have become exceedingly afraid.” The feelings expressed in these words, familiar as they are to those who have suffered from or have any experience of …
  • The Nile River is African and Ethiopia is its hub 05 Jul 2020 23:17 Ze Habesha Part one of five  By Aklog Birara, PhD “ዓምላካችን ያበረከተላትን ይህን ኃብቷን (አባይን) ለሕዝቦቻቸው ሕይወትና ደህንነት በማዋል እንዲጠቀሙበት ከጎረቤት ወዳጂ አገሮች ጋር በለጋስነት በጋራ ለመካፈል ዝግጁ ብትሆንም፤ ይህን የውሃ ንብረቷን በቁጥር እየጨመረ ለሚሄደው ሕዝቧና በማደግ ላይ ላለው ኢኮኖሚ ጥቅም እንዲውል ማድረግ የኢትዮጵያ ተቀዳሚና የተቀደሰ ግዴታዋ ነው።” ቀዳማዊ …
  • Israeli Ambassador to UN Danny Danon: Don’t call it annexation 05 Jul 2020 18:22 Jerusalem Post In a few weeks, Israel’s government will begin discussing extending Israeli law over parts of Judea and Samaria. Those who refer to this as “annexation” often decry it as an egregious violation of international law, one that is sure to end any prospect for …
  • DragonKing Dark: The most ancient of civilizations 05 Jul 2020 12:23 f4wonline.com This week on DragonKing Dark, host Karl Stern returns to the topic of ancient civilizations and tries to unpack the question -- what is actually the most ancient organized civilization we know of? Most of us know of the Sumerians, and ancient Egypt of …
  • Justice Patrick Tabaro on retirement 05 Jul 2020 11:41 Monitor By Derrick KiyongaThere are two hardly told Ugandan stories that sound like myths but they are real and he uses them to hammer his point home. First, his signature laugh, and then he tells the story of a male Ugandan, who has since passed on, but he still …