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Struggle Over the Nile
The Nile: Source of life, source of conflict
A look at different perspectives on the River Nile.
Last Modified: 22 Jun 2011 16:00

 The battle to control the life-giving waters of the River Nile has gone on for centuries [EPA]


Ethiopian monk: The Nile ... feeds heaven'

Terje Tvedt: History of a conflict

Abdul-Majid Mohamed and Moneer Beshir: 'They left everything behind'

Hussam Swailam, Egypt: 'It is a red line for Egypt's existence'

Farmer Lucy, Kenya: '...the water can be used by many more people'

Thomas Ogutu, Kenya: 'We don't have enough fish'

Frank Muramuzi, Uganda: Resources and conflict

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Al Jazeera
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