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Crisis in Tigray: Ethiopia sends more troops to the Tigray region in what the army’s deputy chief calls a ‘surprise war’

“Our country has entered an unwanted war. War will not come to the center. It will end there, ”at Tigray, deputy commander of the Ethiopian National Self-Defense Force, Birhanu Jula, said on state television. A statement issued by the regional government on Tigray television claimed government fighters had bombed the suburbs of the region’s capital, Mekele, but such reports could …

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Hogan says Trump is undermining the Democrats’ progress

Maryland Republican Governor Larry Hogan took to Twitter to condemn the comments Trump made during his press conference Thursday night, saying “there are no measures” about the president “undermining the Democratic process. we.” “America is counting the votes, and we have to respect the results as we always have before,” he said. “No elections or people are more important than …

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Ancient skeletons found in Germany provide clues to prehistoric times

German researchers are reassembling the life of a prehistoric woman who died more than 5,000 years ago in the Neolithic, after her skeleton was found during wind turbine excavation. “Lady of Bietikow”, as she was named, was found near a village of the same name in the Uckermark region of northeastern Germany. The skeleton is buried in a squat settlement, …

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Why did Ethiopia suddenly break out civil war?

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) – Ethiopia suddenly appeared on the brink Civil war, which threatens the stability of one of the most strategic regions in the world, the Horn of Africa, and the disintegration of one of Africa’s most populous and powerful nations. But the crisis in Ethiopia, an important US security ally, has been built up for months, and “it’s …

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Eta was en route to Cuba, killing more than 50 people in Central America

The hurricane has now returned to the Caribbean and is forecast to pass through Cuba from Saturday night to Sunday morning. It is expected to head towards Florida after that. Guatemala President Alejandro Giammattei said at least 50 people died in Guatemala from landslides and floods caused by typhoons. The expatriate scenes are heartbreaking. People leave their flooded homes, walk …

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Pope Francis stripped his right to invest from the scandalous Foreign Minister

Pope Francis has made another important decision in the ongoing financial reform process of the Vatican. He stripped the State Secretariat of the State Secretariat’s authority to administer and administer all real estate and financial funds, and transferred this task to the office of the Roman Curia, which deals with Co. Regulatory Authority of the Apostolic Court (APSA) and serves …

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The final votes confirm New Zealand will not legalize cannabis

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) – New Zealand won’t legalize marijuana after the final votes are counted on Friday in a referendum that failed to topple the results from election night – although it is close. The referendum to legalize the drug ended with 48% in favor and 51% against, a tightening rate from election night of 46% in favor and …

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