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Sixth-century Church Found by Circassian Village Near Mount Tabor

Sixth-century Church Found by Circassian Village Near Mount Tabor
Sixth-century Church Found by Circassian Village Near Mount Tabor
Sixth-century Church Found by Circassian Village Near Mount Tabor
Sixth-century Church Found by Circassian Village Near Mount Tabor

Move a rock in Israel, find an archaeological site. Now, ahead of building a playground for kiddies in the Circassian village of Kafr Kama, archaeologists conducting a “salvage excavation” have found the ruins of a 1,300-year-old church dating to the Byzantine period.

Genocide of Orthodox Christians and Minorities in Ethiopia

Various reports from Ethiopia state that various radical Oromo groups back in action, killing and murdering innocent non-Oromo ethnic population.

All began with the killing of the popular Oromo musician Haacaaluu Hundeessaa earlier this week. His murder unleashed the terror on non-ormo ethnic communities by Ormo radicals. The police detained a few people in response to the murder.

UNICEF: Future of 600 million children in South Asia at risk due to pandemic

The author of a new UNICEF report says that more than 600 million children in South Asia will see their life prospects diminished over the coming months unless urgent action is taken.

This week, the UN Children’s Agency, UNICEF warned that the Coronavirus pandemic is “unravelling decades of health, education and other advances for children across South Asia”.

UNICEF: Future of 600 million children in South Asia at risk due to pandemic

The author of a new UNICEF report says that more than 600 million children in South Asia will see their life prospects diminished over the coming months unless urgent action is taken.

This week, the UN Children’s Agency, UNICEF warned that the Coronavirus pandemic is “unraveling decades of health, education and other advances for children across South Asia”.

Churches of Coptic Orthodox Church in Cairo and Alexandria to remain closed until mid-July

Egypt’s Coptic Orthodox Church will postpone the reopening of its churches in Cairo and Alexandria until mid-July due to “high rates of infection,” as reported in an announcement, despite the government’s decision to allow today the reopening of places of worship.