On 28 November, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali announced that the country's National Defense Forces (ENDF) had gained full control of the Tigray region’s capital of Mekelle.
According to his team, the presumed president-elect got the slight injury after slipping on Saturday, and was to be examined by an orthopedist on Sunday afternoon, just to be sure that everything is okay.
Earlier, media reported that the Trump administration is set to include Chinese chip maker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp and China National Offshore Oil Corp in its list of companies which allegedly have ties to the military.
The prospect of Netanyahu becoming Israel's president is regarded as problematic by the country's media, primarily because that position should be filled by a person with a stainless reputation, not by somebody who has been indicted in a series of graft probes.
The campaign from the Danish Women's Society, which features footage of women hitting their men in the face and laughing about it, has been slammed for sexism. The organisation insisted that the message was that domestic violence was never acceptable and that it was completely misunderstood by the public.
The report comes amid speculation that the Trump administration will try to reinforce its policies in the region during what is presumed to be the last days of Trump in office before the next president swears upon the Bible.
"The king of pop" Michael Jackson died on 25 June 2009 at the age of 50 from a cardiac arrest, leaving three children behind - Prince Jackson, Paris Jackson, and Blanket Jackson.
According to Johns Hopkins University, the global death toll from COVID-19 has surpassed 1.45 million, over 62.6 million cases have been registered, and more than 40 million people have already recovered.