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    Ethiopia Dam Construction Continuesi
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    July 11, 2013 10:52 AM
    Ethiopia and Egypt have been in a diplomatic dispute for weeks over the construction of what will be Africa’s largest hydro-electric dam - impacting the waters of the Nile River. But with Egypt facing political turmoil at home, attention has also been diverted from this controversial project. Marthe van der Wolf visited the dam site and reports for VOA from Addis Ababa.

    Ethiopia Dam Construction Continues

    Published July 11, 2013

    Ethiopia and Egypt have been in a diplomatic dispute for weeks over the construction of what will be Africa’s largest hydro-electric dam - impacting the waters of the Nile River. But with Egypt facing political turmoil at home, attention has also been diverted from this controversial project. Marthe van der Wolf visited the dam site and reports for VOA from Addis Ababa.


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