Over the last months, the PFDJ operatives have been complaining that some forces are forcing them to talk back. They
In an opposition member accepts and promotes all the values of the incumbent regime and adopts all its decisions and
I am sure you must remember Mahmmed Sherifo. Certainly, you remember the reformers. Were they reformers… or something else! And
It’s good when a culture encourages entertainment; it is bad when it spreads gloom. Entertainment makes you forget your pain.
[Reading time 9 minutes] Carlo was a driving school owner and trainer who was traveling to Keren in a bus
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Before pencils, fountain pens and dry pens were invented, writers used feathers that they dipped in a container of ink
The following is inspired by Gustav Le Bon’s book, The Crowd—the study of the popular mind. If you are walking
The history of WW! And WW2 is scary though what followed the wars might seem normal in comparison. But it
Sometimes, either out of respect, or traditional humbleness you sit on the edge of chairs when visiting other peoples’ houses.
Alzheimer’s, or dementia, a disease that causes memory loss, forgetfulness. What happens if a government has Alzheimer’s? God forbid, what
Comments reflect the commentators’ character. While some are insightful and they help sharpen one’s views, others are vulgar, uncouth, and
A friend told me a joke about someone who frequently climbed up a hill and prayed to win the lottery.
The last time I eulogized my friend Mebrahtu, I didn’t think I will do another one for a while. But
The Siddis-Ahbash in the Gujarat and Maharashtra regions of India are of African ancestry. They were brought to India by
Last Friday, Abiy Ahmed released a few prisoners of conscience who posed a risk to his control of power. The
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When a country faces a risk of war and invasion, the best precaution is to strengthen is national unity. But
Anyone who went through the miseries and cruelties of the successive Ethiopian occupation (Haile Selassie’s and Mengistu’s) followed by the