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  • 13
  • Feb

Being a doctor is a noble profession to say the least. Life and death, joy and pain, screams and smiles all ride on the doctor’s capabilities, actions and knowledge.It is indeed a special profession and those who are doctors need to be treated with the appropriate level of special deference. Doctors go through years of study, internships, and specialized work in order to be licensed to practice and help people live better lives. It’s a triumph when a qualified doctor begins their work.

  • 06
  • Feb

Prior to the twenty-fourth ordinary session of the Executive Council of the African Union (AU), foreign ministers of the AU member states met from 24-26 January 2014 for their first ever ministerial retreat in Bahir Dar (a city in Amhara state) located on the southern shores of Lake Tana which is the largest lake in Ethiopia and the source of the Blue Nile.

  • 06
  • Feb

Blackness is in focus again during the month of February, which is officially celebrated as Black History Month in the USA. The origin of this month is well documented; it started way back in 1926 when African American historian, Dr Carter Godwin Woodson, chose the second week of February as “Negro History Week”. The week was later extended to the full month of February and renamed Black History Month.

  • 06
  • Feb

As we consider gender issues, let us consider this: Four people were crossing a river swollen with water after heavy rains. They urgently needed to get across to handle an emergency in another village.

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