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African May 15
Ethiopia and Egypt successfully concluded negotiations. Congratulations
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African May 15
Ethiopia’s will be the largest Dam in Africa situated along the Nile and will take 15 years to fill up
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Giulio Terzi 10h
talk about speeding consultations on on River Nile.Egypt fears the $4.8 billion dam could reduce its share of all its freshwater. Ethiopia underlines the importance of this project for its economic development.
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Ben Parker Jan 5
UAE, Egypt and Eritrea allegedly align against Turkey, Sudan and Ethiopia? Are EPRDF making concessions before the storm?
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Karina Loren May 16
“Mediation meeting regarding t/ ended successfully. Waiting for t/ministers’ signatures on the meeting’s output document.” The doc itself was later published by Al-Youm7 with t/minister’s signatures on them.
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H A G O N O May 16
Damming The Nile: Egypt and Ethiopia Smooth Tensions Over Nile Dam
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Al-Monitor Sep 17
As Ethiopia admits to financial and administrative obstacles hindering the completion of the , Cairo is stepping up diplomatic efforts to complete the stalled negotiations
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Secular 19 Dec 15
Ethiopia seems to boil due to crushing of African Union seems to be content
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Máire O'Donoghue ☘️ 🐘 Sep 7
might release the truth in some future corrected statement <--> Here is Hoping anywhoo, 🙏
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Dr Frezer Haile 7 Aug 14
Karti on discussions between Sisi and Al-Bashir: "For the first time, I saw a new |ian stance on the ..."
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Ayman Hossam Fadel 7 Oct 15
Replying to @JonAsfaw13 @DALIAMALEK
if I ws , I wouldn't fear military intervention. Its army only works killing own ppl
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(((Orchid))) Mar 25
Absolutely fascinating geopolitical quandary. Who has greatest leverage? Who can best negotiate whatever leverage they have, or, is most willing to sell off their country's interest? Look at the modern implications of modifying the river once considered a god
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Neuroboros Aug 9
Juxtapose this along side the topic of 's that will negatively effect . This is a serious ramping up of today's water crisis and will dramatically increase chaos in the and .
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ETHIOPIAN BULLETIN 27 Nov 16
Average electric usage that's why Ethiopians are building the
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Middle East Monitor Dec 28
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry proposed the World Bank be included as a neutral and decisive party in the tripartite technical committee’s talks on the Grand Ethiopian
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Al-Monitor Mar 22
So far, disagreements have hindered studies on the 's impact and all three states have failed to agree on issues involving filling and operating the dam
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Frehiwot Negash 15 Aug 16
Dr @NkosanaDMoyo appreciated late PM of ➡ z funding of when z world closed z door prepared bond
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ALU School of Business Feb 27
It’s a pan-African affair! South African masterclass participants putting themselves in shoes of , , & , w/
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Al-Monitor Jan 15
Cairo's proposal to bring in the as a neutral intermediary in the negotiations with Ethiopia and Sudan is a serious attempt to overcome obstacles and influence the international community
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Kevin Wheeler 8 Jun 16
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