December 5, 2022
Orthodox devotees hold candles during celebrations on the eve of the Ethiopian Orthodox holiday of Meskel, in Addis Ababa. It is the first big festival of the Ethiopian religious year and marks the finding of the cross that Jesus was crucified on, according to Orthodox Christian tradition.

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Ethiopia Orthodox devotees hold candles during celebrations on the eve of the Ethiopian Orthodox holiday of Meskel, in Addis Ababa. It is the first big festival of the Ethiopian religious year and marks the finding of the cross that Jesus was crucified on, according to Orthodox Christian tradition 27 September EDUARDO SOTERAS / AFP

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