While I was about two years premature with Part I, it appears that predictions about Ethiopia's hydro-electric developments on the Blue Nile have panned out with increased rhetoric and the potential for war in the region. Egypt's President has recently stated plainly that he is prepared to defend its water rights, keeping military conflict open as an option.
|The Nile River supports the lives |
of more than 100 million Africans.
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