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The GERD dispute: More than water

“What is the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam [GERD] really about? Is it just about water, electricity, and agriculture or is it about the regional political weight of the disputing countries?

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How to build a digital strategy

When developing a website for an organisation, audience reach, and engagement are some of the key factors that are considered.

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GERD: Relentless diplomacy

Hopes have nearly evaporated for a binding agreement on the filling and operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) in less than six weeks,

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Worlds apart: Egypt's credibility and Ethiopia's lies

Ethiopia is accustomed to lying, lying is as easy as breathing to them.

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The endangered River Nile

For untold centuries, the Nile River has been the quiet and enduring lifeline of millions of people who have throughout the ages inhabited its banks,

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Nile tensions spill over

In an unusually abrasive statement, the Foreign Ministry of Ethiopia slammed Sudan for allegedly changing its position on the impact of the GERD on Sudan’s water security during the flood season

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GERD: Last chance wasted

“Did not make any progress and did not result in an agreement”: the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ terse judgement on the outcome of the latest three-day round of tripartite talks

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Egypt's Pharaohs Golden Parade: Story of the 22 royals

The long-awaited 'Pharaohs' Golden parade' will be held on Saturday, where the transfer of 22 royal mummies will take place from their display at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir

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Ten things to know about Egypt’s Golden Parade

On Saturday Evening, Cairo’s streets are going to witness the unprecedented Pharaohs Golden Parade. Here is everything you need to know about it:

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Egypt: A tough line on the GERD

This week, President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi made his toughest statement yet on the crisis surrounding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) since his ascent to power in 2014.

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Luxor African Film Festival: Southern comforts

The new round of the Luxor African Film Festival (LAFF, 26 March-1 April) was held under the slogan “Ten years of imagination”.

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Climate change and rigid policies

Amid the current global challenges, at the top of which is the Covid-19 pandemic and its repercussions, climate change is a major priority.

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