Ethiopia

Who owns the Nile? It’s more complicated than you think

Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan this week agreed to share the water of the Nile. But why the discord in the first place?

Mohsin Ali, Barry Malone | | Ethiopia, Egypt, Middle East, Sudan, Energy

Correction, 25/3/2015: An earlier version of this graphic said that the White Nile was Ethiopia's tributary of the Nile. That is incorrect. It is the Blue Nile. The White Nile originates in Uganda. 
Who owns the Nile? It's more complicated than you think

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