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As seasonal rains fall, dispute over Nile dam rushes toward a reckoning
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As seasonal rains fall, dispute over Nile dam rushes toward a reckoning

After a decade of construction, the hydroelectric dam in Ethiopia, Africa’s largest, is nearly complete. But there’s still no agreement with Egypt, which calls the structure a national security threat.
For thousands of years, Egypt controlled the Nile. A new dam threatens that
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For thousands of years, Egypt controlled the Nile. A new dam threatens that

Ethiopia is staking its hopes on its $4.5 billion hydroelectric dam. Egypt fears it will cut into its water supplies. President Trump is mediating.
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