Dictators of the Horn and the great Lakes have started Damming the Nile waters to death

The Nile reperian dictators are damming and preparing to use for commerical farms of their grabbed lands which well lead to the drying  and salination of the Nile water.

Read the following article of the Egyptian  share modeling in the very near future …

 

 

Egypt has long held unrivaled “historic rights” over nearly all of the Nile River’s resources. But now all that could be changing as upstream states like Ethiopia and Burundi seize on Egypt’s post-revolution political uncertainty to finally wrest at least some control of the world’s longest river. The result could be mean dire food and water shortages for Egypt, and maybe another revolution.

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Egypt nile grip 2012 4 6
Political uncertainty in post-revolution Egypt is allowing other Nile states to wrest control of the world’s longest river.
A 1959 colonial-era treaty brokered by Great Britain gave Egypt, and to a lesser extent Sudan, unrivaled “historic rights” over nearly all of the Nile River’s resources. But now all that could be changing as upstream states like Ethiopia and Burundi seize on Egypt’s post-revolution political uncertainty to finally wrest at least some control of the world’s longest river.
- ERIN CUNNINGHAM
Egypt nile water shortages 2012 4 6
As Egypt loses its grip on the Nile and its population soars, food and water scarcity are becoming a serious problem.
- ERIN CUNNINGHAM
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Ethiopia, at Egypt’s expense, plans massive projects to make use of its 900-mile-long section of the Blue Nile.
- BEN SOLOMON
Egypt unrest nile water protests 2012 4 6
Will Egypt’s impending food and water crisis spark another uprising?
- ERIN CUNNINGHAM
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Ethiopians hope to finally wrest some control of the Nile, and its life-giving water, from Egypt.
- BEN SOLOMON
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