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Ethiopia's War Marked By 'Extreme Brutality': UN Report

Nov 03, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

The conflict that erupted in Ethiopia's Tigray region has killed thousands of people since the government of Nobel Peace Prize-winning Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed allowed soldiers from neighboring Eritrea to invade Tigray and join Ethiopian forces

Airstrike In Ethiopia's Tigray Kills 10, Including Children

Oct 29, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

While Ethiopia's government asserted that the latest airstrikes have been confined to military targets, the Tigray forces have asserted that civilian facilities including factories and a clinic have been targeted instead.


US NSA Heads To Egypt As Israel-Hamas Tensions Flare Up

The Biden administration is leaning heavily on Egypt, which has long played a role as mediator between Israel and Hamas, for help in maintaining stability in the region.

At UN, Turmoil In Haiti, Ethiopia Draws Global Concern

Sep 26, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

Haiti Prime Minister Ariel Henry didn't shy away from addressing his country's turmoil following a major earthquake and the assassination of its president, Jovenel Moise, in recent months — alluding to but not directly addressing reports that may implicate Henry himself in the murder.


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United States' Rajeev Ram, playing with Jack Sock, returns the ball to Italy's Lorenzo Musetti and Fabio Fognini during their Davis Cup men's doubles Finals tennis match at the Pala Alpitour in Turin, Italy.

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Serbia's Novak Djokovic serves against Austria's Dennis Novak during a Davis Cup group F match between Serbia and Austria in Innsbruck, Austria.

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Afghan fans looks on during a friendly buzkashi match in Herat Afghanistan. Buzkashi is a traditional and the national sport of Afghanistan, where players compete to place a goat carcass into a goal circle.

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China's Lin Gaoyuan, left, looks on as Liang Jingkun, right, returns a volley during a men's doubles match on the fourth day of the 2021 World Table Tennis Championships in Houston.

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Hong Kong's Kwan Kit Ho, left, looks on as Chun Ting Wong, right, returns a volley during a men's doubles match on the fourth day of the 2021 World Table Tennis Championships in Houston.

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Australia winning the T20 World Cup for the first time has been timely as they host the next edition at their own backyard in 2022.

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Education In India During Covid-19: Challenges Faced And Solutions For A Post-Pandemic Era

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