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    Who Built the Giza Pyramids? Part 3

    Who Built The Great Pyramids? The greatest architect in the history of mankind is Hemiounou, the one who designed the pyramid of Khufu, with less than 1% error. The pyramids are not aligned with the 3 stars in the middle of the constellation Orion as argue by Bauval. The star Alnitak falls 150 meters beyond […]

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    The Construction of the Pyramids part 2

    The Construction of the Pyramids We are now in 2560 BC. First of all we must identify the construction site. They examine the Giza plateau. Then, they measure the amount of clay-limestone. Depending on the volume of the limestone, they determined the size of the pyramid. Here in Giza, there is white and dark clay-limestone. […]

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    The Great Pyramids part 1

    The GreatPyramids The History of humanity as it is written in the books is wrong. Written and presented by Fehmi Krasniqi Hello, many of you have watched the Great Pyramid k2019 movie. Here is the written version of the documentary. I warmly thank Nurea TV, Edition Fractale, and Aprenti-Sage, the only media who relayed the […]

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    President-elect Joe Biden and VP-elect Kamala Harris Announce Additional Members of the National Security Council

    Today, President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris announced additional members of the White House National Security Council (NSC). The NSC’s primary role is to advise and assist the President on national security and foreign policies, and to coordinate those policies across government agencies. The staff members announced today will, under the direction of […]

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    Bringing Traditional Healing Under the Microscope in South Africa

    Traditional and mainstream medicine have long been at odds. But Covid-19 may be driving a new, evidence-based reckoning. Top: Traditional healer and national coordinator of the Traditional Healers Organisation (THO) of South Africa, Phephisile Maseko, treats patients with a mix of cannabis and other herbs. BY SARAH WILD12.30.20200 COMMENTS IN JUNE, Artemisia afra was in high demand on […]

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    Turkey extends a helping hand to African nations to combat the pandemic

    Daily Sabah Turkey has helped its African partners to better combat the coronavirus since the early days of the pandemic, whether supplying ventilators to Somalia, sending fabric and sewing machines for mask-making to Mozambique and Eswatini, or solving transportation problems for Ugandan health workers in remote areas. Despite battling the COVID-19 outbreak at home, Turkey […]

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    Lessons in the Decline of Democracy From the Ruined Roman Republic

    Historian Edward Watts argues that violent rhetoric and disregard for political norms was the beginning of Rome’s end. Smithsonian Magazine by Jason Daley The U.S. Constitution owes a huge debt to ancient Rome. The Founding Fathers were well-versed in Greek and Roman History. Leaders like Thomas Jefferson and James Madison read the historian Polybius, who […]

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    Easter Island: A Popular Theory About Its Ancient People Might Be Wrong

    by Sarah Sloat, Pocket Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui, is a 63-square-mile spot of land in the Pacific Ocean. In 1995, science writer Jared Diamond popularized the “collapse theory” in a Discover magazine story about why the Easter Island population was so small when European explorers arrived in 1722. He later published Collapse, […]

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    Start Doing These Things for Yourself to Transform Your Life in Less Than a Year

    Your life is your signature creation. It is your duty to live true to yourself. Pocket, by Thomas Oppong You and I have one thing in common: We want to constantly improve our lives and be the best version of ourselves. But unfortunately, many people have lived their lives pretty much the same way for […]

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    Global media’s reports on law enforcement operation purposely biased, negative

    The Ethiopian herald  Not Surprisingly, most major international media outlet’s coverage of the federal government’s law enforcement operation in Tigray state has been biased, negative, and one-sided. Besides the continuous distortion of facts on the ground, these media outlets have been engaged in falsification and negativism in their framing of the issue. The major fact […]

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    Africa’s Peace and Prosperity Begin at Home

    project-syndicate by ABIY AHMED For too long, Africa has been a strategic plaything of world powers. By bolstering its internal cohesion and economic integration, the continent can become a strong geopolitical force with an independent and unified voice on important global issues. ADDIS ABABA – Africans must take responsibility for our continent’s affairs. We have […]

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    The great power struggle between Washington and Beijing takes an unexpected turn in Ethiopia.

    POLITICO By SIMON MARKS ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — For the past four years, Welibuw Buzenehe watched as China built a new national sports stadium in the heart of the Ethiopian capital. Located deep in Addis Ababa’s commercial center, the soon-to-be-finished structure towers some 130 feet above the ground, and will have a capacity of 62,000 people. “China […]

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    Abiy and Ramaphosa reset relations

    Abiy’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning reforms offer incidental benefits for both Ethiopia and South Africa. Daily Maverick, BY PETER FABRICIUS Apart from the obvious benefits Ethiopian President Abiy Ahmed Ali’s reforms have brought to his own country and the region, they have also created the opportunity to revive rather dormant relations between Ethiopia and South Africa. That […]

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    Ethiopia and Eritrea eye socioeconomic integration

    Xinhua The Ethiopian and Eritrean leaders on Thursday vowed to cement recent gains in the rapprochement of bilateral ties as the two former arch-rivals seek to deepen socio-economic integration. This came on Thursday as the visiting Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki arrived in Ethiopia, accompanied by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, and laid a foundation stone […]

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    Tears and laughter at Nobel ceremony

    Tears and laughter at Nobel ceremony News in English The Norwegian Nobel Committee’s carefully orchestrated Peace Prize ceremony dissolved into laughter on Tuesday when the committee’s leader almost forgot to award this year’s prize. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali received it in end, though, as some members of the audience wiped away tears and […]

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    The way forward is a unification

    The Ethiopian Herald By Teshome Though starting from the 4th EPRDF conference there was a call for unification this burning issue was put on the backburner till it started fructifying yesterday. Since 1991 the time EPRDF started leading the country grabbing the reign of power the four sister parties namely TPLF, ADP, ODP, and SEPDM […]

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    The coming election may unlikely to be a strictly top-down nationwide affair like the past five polls.

    Open Democracy, by René Lefort Local bosses may fill the party-sized hole in Ethiopia’s next election Ethiopia has traditions of local self-government – could they induce voters to look at independent candidates for Parliament?René Lefort25 October 2019 Next year’s elections in Ethiopia will be unlike the previous five polls. The ruling coalition, the Ethiopian People’s […]

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    Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed wins 2019 Nobel Peace Prizef

    CNBC By Vicky McKeever He was awarded the prize Friday for his “efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation and for his decisive initiative to resolve the border conflict with neighboring Eritrea.” Ahmed worked with Eritrea’s President Isaias Afwerki on the peace agreement. “An important premise for the breakthrough was Abiy Ahmed’s unconditional willingness to […]

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    ‘These elections belong to the Ethiopian people.’ US Ambassador Michael Raynor

    Ethiopia’s success in conducting the upcoming elections in a credible and safe manner will be a critical step in the reform process By Michael Raynor, US Embassy It’s a great pleasure and honor for me to be here today to highlight the importance of Ethiopia’s ambitious and essential political reforms – and especially the upcoming […]

Business

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    Ethio-Telecom to invest in the financial sector

    Mobile money within sight Capital Ethiopia By Muluken Yewondwossen The Council of Ministers amends the establishment of Ethio Telecom establishment regulation to boost the telecom giant’s operation besides its traditional telecom service. Sources close to the case told Capital that the regulation amendment mainly targets to allow the state telecom operator to invest in the financial […]

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    Huawei eyes Ethiopia’s telecom sector

    China’s biggest tech firm has a long-term approach to Africa, which represents 5% of its global revenue Business Live Huawei Technologies is positioning itself to get more business in Ethiopia, as the East African economy opens up its telecommunications sector. “Ethiopia is rising and becoming much more important for the future,” Loïse Tamalgo, Huawei’s head […]

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    Textile Designer Hana Getachew On The Power Of Intentional Home Decor

    By Alisha Acquaye Black women have long been overlooked and underserved across all industries, an injustice that is finally being brought to the forefront, with Black women leading the movement against racial inequality. To honor just how truly essential Black women are, Unbothered has partnered with Target to share the stories of those who are fighting for […]

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    Siemens Gamesa seal its first wind farm project in Ethiopia

    APO Group The 100 MW wind farm will help power over 400,000 Ethiopian households The company will deliver 29 SG 3.4-132 wind turbines to state-owned utility Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) for the Assela project; the 100 MW wind farm will help power over 400,000 Ethiopian households; the wind farm is set to be commissioned by […]

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    Ethiopian-DHL, AeTrade Group Partner to Transport Historical Parcels Under AfCFTA

    Air101 Ethiopian Airlines-DHL and African Electronic Trade Group partner to transport historical parcels in the African Continental Free Trade Area. The partnership is meant to invoke the start of trading of the African Continental Free Trade Area market and the operations of the African E-Commerce Platform in the continent.   The first batch of the goods […]

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    Ethiopia’s Gold mining sees record growth despite Covid-19

    The Africa Report By Samuel Getachew, High gold prices are boosting Ethiopia’s mining revenue and attracting more investor interest in a sector that is largely dominated by artisanal and smaller players. Coronavirus-linked border closures have pushed miners back into the arms of the formal sector; a welcome boost for Ethiopia’s central bank, who has been in […]

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    Huawei Eyes Ethiopia Growth as Telecoms Industry Opens Up

    Bloomberg By Leanne de Bassompierre China’s biggest tech firm will likely move its regional office Mobile carriers see Ethiopia as a last frontier for growth Huawei Technologies Corp. is positioning itself to get more business in Ethiopia, as the East African economy opens up its telecommunications sector. “Ethiopia is rising and becoming much more important for […]

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    Airbus awards Ethiopian for its agility and resilience During the COVID–19

    Air Cargo News   Ethiopian Airlines Group, the largest Aviation Group in Africa, announced that Airbus, the largest aircraft manufacturer, has awarded Ethiopian for the unique agility and resilience that it displayed amid the COVID 19 global crisis.  In connection with the award, Mr. Tewolde GebreMariam, Ethiopian Group CEO remarked, “We at Ethiopian are immensely delighted […]

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    Cainiao teams up with Ethiopian Airlines to launch cold chain service for vaccine transportation

    By Helen Norman Cainiao Smart Logistics Network, the logistics arm of Alibaba Group, has announced a partnership with Ethiopian Airlines to launch a cold chain air freight service for the transportation of temperature-controlled medicines from Shenzhen Airport, China’s first medical cross-border cold chain facility. Temperature-controlled medicines will be distributed twice a week from Shenzhen to […]

Travel

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    Homage to Entoto Park How the Old “Town in the Forest” is turning into a newly flowering tourist hub

    Ethiopan Herald, by Mulugeta Gudeta  Entoto is the name of a chain of hills north of the capital Addis Ababa. Entoto evokes not only the image of any hill. It is rather a name that is exclusively attributed to a chain of hills that look like a gateway to the Ethiopian capital in the distance. Entoto […]

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    This Is What It’s Like Trekking the Hottest Place on Earth

    Fodors by Wendy Watta A pungent smell choked the air and breathing into a ruched-up scarf pressed firmly over the nose barely offered any respite. Liquid in unearthly luminous yellow-and-green hot springs scattered around the vicinity spluttered and hissed like simmering cauldrons of puke as sulfur and iron mixed, eyes watering from the emissions. We […]

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    Enigmatic Ethiopia: Africa’s (still) hidden jewel in the crown?

    Daily Maverick, by John Battersby Addis Ababa, a seething and rapidly developing African metropolis, is a regular transit stop for north-south travellers and a destination for officials connected to the African Union and its many commissions. While transit travellers benefit from the cheaper rates of Ethiopian Airlines – Africa’s largest and most globally connected national […]

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    Ethiopia’s Tourism sector is on the rise

    Africa News Room Ethiopian Airlines was announced winner of the Selling Travel Agents Choice Awards for “Airline to Africa Ethiopia participated at the 40th World Travel Market (WTM), which took place from Monday 4th November – Wednesday 6th November at ExCeL in London. WTM is the largest business-to-business travel event in the UK and attracts a 50,000-strong crowd […]

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    The Nile Could Be a Window Into the Underworld

    GIZMODO Byy Ryan F. Mandelbaum Some scientists think the Nile river might be revealing the mysteries of the mantle beneath it. There’s been debate over the age of the Nile—whether it formed from a river redirecting around 5 million years ago or whether a proto-Nile has flowed through the area for 30 million years. If […]

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    Enqutatash (እንቁጣጣሽ); An Ethiopian New year

    Enqutatash is an Ethiopian (Amharic)word, which represents the Ethiopian New Year. It is called Ri’se Awde Amet (“Head Anniversary”) in Ge’ez, the term preferred by the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. It occurs on September 11th in the Gregorian Calendar; except for the year preceding a leap year, when it occurs on September 12th. The Ethiopian Calendar Year 2011 Amätä […]

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    Scientists reveal the face of our oldest direct ancestor who roamed Ethiopia millions of years ago

    Independent The 3.8-million-year-old cranium was almost completely preserved meaning scientists could identify never-before-seen facial features 3.8-million-year-old cranium belongs to an adult male who is an ancestor of ‘Lucy’ – one of the world’s most famous fossils The face of our oldest direct ancestor has been revealed for the first time, with scientists calling the 3.8-million-year-old ape-like […]

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    In the Ethiopian Mountains, Ancient Humans Were Living the High Life

    The New York Times, By Carl Zimmer Scientists have discovered what is by far the oldest evidence of human occupation at extreme altitudes: a rock shelter strewn with bones, tools and hearths 11,000 feet above sea level. People lived at the site, in the mountains of Ethiopia, as long as 47,000 years ago. The research, reported on […]

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    2020 Rough Guide ultimate Trarvel bucket list, 100 BEST PLACES ON EARTH

    Rough Guide If you need inspiration on where to travel in 2020, then look no further – Rough Guides’ new book reveals 100 of the most extraordinary places to visit in the world – the ultimate travel bucket list. The Rough Guide to the 100 Best Places on Earth is being published on 1st September and is […]

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    Behind the Scenes: Grueling Lifestyle Shoot on an Active Volcano in Ethiopia

    Peta pixel DL CADE Photographer Joey L. is known for pushing himself to capture stunning imagery. From his documentary work on the frontlines of the fight against ISIS, to A-list celebrity and commercial work, he never shies away from a physical or creative challenge. His most recent commercial shoot was both. The ad campaign featured the ZAAF Collection, a premium […]

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    A mosaic of 5000 history grows as Ethiopian Cultural Garden nears complition

    By Lynn Ischay, The Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio — From across the street, Ernesto “Ernie” Spinelli looks like a 20-something kid: black pant legs pulled up unevenly to the knees, ball cap on backward with curls spilling everywhere, well-defined calf muscles ending in fashionable work shoes. The 70-year-old on the scaffolding at Cleveland’s new Ethiopian Cultural Garden would laugh at that notion. […]

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    The other Lava Lake on Mount Michael, Ethiopia

    Earth observatory Even with modern scientific tools, there are still some parts of our planet that stay mostly hidden from human eyes. The crater floor of Mount Michael, an active volcano in the South Sandwich Islands of the South Atlantic Ocean, is one of those places. On most days the crater on Saunders Island is […]

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    Have you ever found yourself standing in a foreign land complaining about the excessive number of tourists?

    Life Hypocritical as this undoubtedly is, it masks an inconvenient paradox of modern travel – many of us would like to see the marvels of the world while avoiding the crowds of others who wish to do the same. This challenge has only become harder over recent decades as falling costs of flying, an expanding […]

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    Ten SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT ETHIOPIA

    By Taz Liffman, Interpid Travel Ethiopia may not be the first place you think of when booking your next holiday, but it should be. The country has been at peace for more than 15 years and its economy is one of the fastest growing in the world. Add to this a staggering diversity of landscapes, kaleidoscope […]

Africa

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    The State of frenemy

    Maintaining the status quo, playing the victim card: How border dispute defining Ethiopia, Sudan  The Ethiopian Herald BY DESTA GEBREHIWOT  In a move that is upping the ante in the Ethio-Sudan border dispute, Khartoum has continued to illegally encroach on the two countries’ borders, said the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs indicating that Ethiopia has […]

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    Africa is set to roll out its Single Passport this year

    Eturbo News African passport is the flagship project of the 2063 Agenda aiming to remove restrictions on Africans’ ability to travel, work and live within their own continent Apolinari Tairo – eTN TanzaniaJanuary 16, 2021 16:05 A single passport for all African nations is set to be introduced this year as the continent is forging its […]

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    Africa’s Infrastructure Ministers Validate Africa’s Infrastructure Priorities for 2021-2030

    Africa’s infrastructure Ministers convened virtually to discuss the Continent’s infrastructure priorities for 2021-2030 and to validate the outcome of the first extraordinary expert group meeting of the African Union Specialized Technical Committee on Transport, Intercontinental and Interregional Infrastructures, Energy and Tourism (STC-TTIIET) held on December 14, 2021. A large number of African Ministers and institutions […]

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    “Western countries may use their aid to compromise or undermine recipient countries’ sovereignty”, scholar

    Ethiopian Herald BY Girmachew Gashaw Aid has become the best tradable commodity for powerful nations. And, a cutting donation has already become a means to impose the will of the strongest nations. Aid in fact appears to be a bargaining chip in the relation between the strong and the weak. In fact, Aid policy, is […]

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    Three ways Africa’s digital economy can improve in 2021

    By Quentin Velluet An increase in Internet traffic during the pandemic, fiber optics, competition on the cloud… 2020 has seen many advances in connectivity but three major challenges remain. Africa’s digital economy will surely remember 2020 as some kind of huge pop quiz which received the following feedback: “Solid achievements to build on.” COVID-19 has indeed […]

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    A Black American Traveler Shares His Experience of Visiting Africa for the First Time

    Travel and Leisure In terms of African travel destinations, Morocco and Egypt were the only two that topped my must-see list for a long a time. But that recently changed following my first trip to Kenya. First, I should explain that I have a direct connection to Africa. My mother married my stepfather, who is from Freetown, Sierra Leone, and […]

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    AfDB president keen on working with Ethiopia

    The Ethiopian herald  The African Development Bank (AfDB) President, Akinwumi Adesina, has well appreciated the effort of the Ethiopian government to come up with a promising scheme for buttressing production and productivity and expressed willingness to work together. Akinwumi Adesina, who is also the former Honorable Minister of Agriculture, Federal Republic of Nigeria, and World […]

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    Sudan: The Flip-Flopper Reject AU Proposed Designated Experts

    Last week it was Egypt, this week is Sudan turn to reject the AU proposal. Negotiations between Ethiopia, Sudan, and Egypt, in a long-running dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on the Blue Nile, have reached a new impasse, after Sudan reject the proposal of AU designated experts. Last week, the three countries […]

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    AfCFTA Is The Stepping Stone To Continental Prosperity

    Ethiopian Herald, by Girmachew Gashaw ‘Merkato’, the largest open market in Ethiopia, is filled with products imported from China, India, Singapore, Italy, and Malaysia, among others. One can, sometimes, find produces locally secured. And the reason for the retailers to look outwards and import non-African goods is the fact that trade regulations and tariffs make […]

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    ECA Executive Secretary urges Africa’s private and public sectors to cooperate for success of AfCFTA

    ECA For the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to deliver on its promises, the private and public sectors on the continent must work together, said the Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Ms. Vera Songwe. At the virtual launch of trading on the AfCFTA today, Ms. Songwe said if done properly, […]

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    Cairo’s blame-shifting game in Ethio-Sudan border skirmishes

    Ethiopian Herald By Haile Demeke Egypt over the past days has been acting weirdly and trying to give the wrong impression of the recent tensions that unfolded along the Ethio-Sudan border. Ironically and in an act of blame-shifting, Cairo lately has falsely accused of Ethiopia interfering with its internal affairs without providing any evidence, a […]

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    Africa Growth Initiative’s top 5 figures of 2020

    Brookings, by Chris Heitzig Research Analyst – Africa Growth Initiative Each week, the Brookings Africa Growth Initiative team highlights figures related to African economic growth and development. These so-called “Figures of the Week” include visuals from recently published reports that reveal something significant or interesting about trends on the continent. In the last “Figures of the […]

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    Bringing Traditional Healing Under the Microscope in South Africa

    Traditional and mainstream medicine have long been at odds. But Covid-19 may be driving a new, evidence-based reckoning. Top: Traditional healer and national coordinator of the Traditional Healers Organisation (THO) of South Africa, Phephisile Maseko, treats patients with a mix of cannabis and other herbs. BY SARAH WILD12.30.20200 COMMENTS IN JUNE, Artemisia afra was in high demand on […]

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    Turkey extends a helping hand to African nations to combat the pandemic

    Daily Sabah Turkey has helped its African partners to better combat the coronavirus since the early days of the pandemic, whether supplying ventilators to Somalia, sending fabric and sewing machines for mask-making to Mozambique and Eswatini, or solving transportation problems for Ugandan health workers in remote areas. Despite battling the COVID-19 outbreak at home, Turkey […]

  • African Union Celebrates Outstanding Education Innovations Across Africa, Crowning 3 Winners

    African Union Celebrates Outstanding Education Innovations Across Africa and Crowned Winners

    African Union Three outstanding education innovations were awarded grants of USD 60,000, 40,000, and 20,000 at the Innovating Education in Africa Pitch Event 2020. The grants will be used to undertake pilot projects in collaboration with the African Union Member States. The innovations included: BAG – Building A Generation – A gamified platform that offers […]

World

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    Who Built the Giza Pyramids? Part 3

    Who Built The Great Pyramids? The greatest architect in the history of mankind is Hemiounou, the one who designed the pyramid of Khufu, with less than 1% error. The pyramids are not aligned with the 3 stars in the middle of the constellation Orion as argue by Bauval. The star Alnitak falls 150 meters beyond […]

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    The Construction of the Pyramids part 2

    The Construction of the Pyramids We are now in 2560 BC. First of all we must identify the construction site. They examine the Giza plateau. Then, they measure the amount of clay-limestone. Depending on the volume of the limestone, they determined the size of the pyramid. Here in Giza, there is white and dark clay-limestone. […]

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    The Great Pyramids part 1

    The GreatPyramids The History of humanity as it is written in the books is wrong. Written and presented by Fehmi Krasniqi Hello, many of you have watched the Great Pyramid k2019 movie. Here is the written version of the documentary. I warmly thank Nurea TV, Edition Fractale, and Aprenti-Sage, the only media who relayed the […]

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    President-elect Joe Biden and VP-elect Kamala Harris Announce Additional Members of the National Security Council

    Today, President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris announced additional members of the White House National Security Council (NSC). The NSC’s primary role is to advise and assist the President on national security and foreign policies, and to coordinate those policies across government agencies. The staff members announced today will, under the direction of […]

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