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- The Beauty in Eritrean Religious Ceremoniesby Shabait on 20 Gennaio 2021 at 14:55
[Shabait] It was 8 in the morning and I was rushing to get to my work place. I was running by the streets of Harnet Avenue. I decided to take a rest as I was panting. While I was taking a rest I took my phone out of my pocket to check if I could make it to work before 8.20 a.m. That’s when I realized it was the 19th of January. “Wow, it has already been a year!” I started to reminisce about the past. I looked around and found myself around Bahti Meskerem. That place suddenly made me nostalgic because last year at th
- Outgoing U.S State Department’s Top Africa Official Cites ‘Significant’ Achievementsby allAfrica on 19 Gennaio 2021 at 22:28
[allAfrica] Washington, DC — At the end of his tenure as the top Africa policymaker in the State Department, Assistant Secretary Tibor Nagy says the legacy of the outgoing administration includes a number of ‘concrete achievements’ that have strengthened U.S. ties to Africa. Nagy, who assumed the post in June 2018 nearly two decades after retiring as a career foreign service officer, which included ambassadorial tours in Guinea and Ethiopia under Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, was interviewed by AllAfrica’s Reed Kram
- Mental Illness and Disorders – a Snapshotby Shabait on 16 Gennaio 2021 at 19:42
[Shabait] Mental illnesses (also sometimes referred to as mental disorders) are conditions that affect an individual’s thinking, feelings, moods, and behaviors. They are associated with distress and/or problems functioning in social, work, or family activities. Ranging in duration from temporary or occasional to long-lasting (which is called chronic), mental illnesses can impact an individual’s ability to function, substantially interfere with or limit major life activities, or affect how one relates to and interact
- Killing of Respected Ex-Foreign Minister Needs International Investigationby African Arguments on 16 Gennaio 2021 at 10:08
[African Arguments] Seyoum Mesfin, who was killed in Tigray this week at the age of 71, was Ethiopia’s longest-serving foreign minister. His untimely death robs Ethiopia of a man who exemplified the country’s tradition of enlightened and progressive patriotism.
- Announcement From the Ministry of Healthby Shabait on 14 Gennaio 2021 at 14:22
[Shabait] Two hundred nine patients have been diagnosed positive for COVID-19 in tests carried out today at Quarantine Centers and OPD Services in the Central, Gash Barka, and Southern Regions.