The Newsmakers

Nile Dam Dispute: Can Egypt and Ethiopia Strike a Deal?

The Grand Renaissance Dam on the River Nile will have cost almost $5 billion dollars once construction is completed. Ethiopia believes the dam will revive its economy, and pull millions of people out of poverty. But Sudan and Egypt are concerned. Cairo fears if Ethiopia fills the dam too quickly, they’ll be left without enough water. For years Egypt and Ethiopia have held tense talks over the issue but have failed to reach a solution. Now, Ethiopia says it’s going to start filling the dam next month with or without a deal. So, could this spat over water lead to war? Guests: Gedion Asfaw Chairman of the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Negotiating Team Ashok Swain UNESCO Chair of International Water Cooperation Mostafa Ragab Founder of the UK Egyptian Association

Ethiopia Dam Dispute: Dam dispute spills over to

Ethiopia Dam Dispute: Dam dispute spills over to

Africa's water war: Fighting for survival

Africa's water war: Fighting for survival

Nile Dam Dispute: Sudan hosts talks to try and break a deadlock

Nile Dam Dispute: Sudan hosts talks to try and break a deadlock

Egypt-Sudan water wars

Egypt-Sudan water wars

Zimbabwe Arrests

Zimbabwe Arrests

Beirut’s Explosive Fallout

Beirut’s Explosive Fallout

Beirut Blast: Political Aftermath

Beirut Blast: Political Aftermath

Belarus Elections

Belarus Elections

Ending The Nuclear Era?

Ending The Nuclear Era?

Disarming A Nuclear World

Disarming A Nuclear World

Kashmir Under Lockdown

Kashmir Under Lockdown

Duterte’s Report Card

Duterte’s Report Card

Where is 'Dutertismo' Headed?

Where is 'Dutertismo' Headed?

Trump's Troops

Trump's Troops

Federal Forces v US Protesters

Federal Forces v US Protesters

Tunisia: New PM, New Era?

Tunisia: New PM, New Era?

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