Monthly Archives: December 2013

Imaginary Exercise, Meditation

Stress is daily experience for everyone. The question is how often do you suffers from acute or chronic stress, which has ability to impair your routine function, academic performance, social and family relationships and your health in general. Well, your … Continue reading

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Revisting Zagwe Dynasty

By Netsanet K. Beginning from the late ninth century onwards, the political center of Aksumite Empire shifted from Kubar, in southern Tigrai, near the predominantly Agaw inhabited districts. It was from the Agaw region that the Zagwe dynasty emerged and … Continue reading

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“Do You Speak English?”

Given the dominance of the English language across the globe, is it time to make knowledge of it a human right? (Source: Rumy Hasan, Al Jazeera, qoute: For the first time in history, the world now is close to … Continue reading

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‘Legitimacy’ of ANRS Council’s Decision on Kemant’s Quest for Recognition and Self-Rule

በቅማንት ብሔረሰብ የማንነትና ራስ አስተዳደር ጥያቄ ላይ የአብክመ ምክር ቤት የሰጠዉ ዉሳኔ ህጋዊነት by Tilahun Jember 1. መግቢያ በኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ ከሚገኙት ብሔር ብሔረሰቦች መካከል አንዱ የቅማንት ብሔረሰብ ሲሆን ህዝቡም በአማራ ብሄራዊ ክልላዊ መንግስት በሰሜን ጎንደር ዞን በጎንደር ከተማ፣ በጎንደር ዙሪያ፣በላይ … Continue reading

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Ethiopia Somali Regional State, Jijiga Hosts Nations and Nationalities Day

President H.E. Ahmed Mohammed Mohamudin Jijiga to Ethiopian 8th Nations, nationalities and People’s Day (Photo obtained from Somalilandsun). Ethiopia’s 8th anniversary Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Day (NNPD) was celebrated on Sunday at the Capital of Jigjiga Somali Regional State, Jigjiga. … Continue reading

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