Egypt 'is not calling for war over Ethiopia's Nile dam'

Bo Wilson
June 2013
Evening Standard;6/11/2013, p25
EGYPTIAN President Mohammed Morsi has warned that he will keep "all options open" over a giant hydroelectric dam that Ethopia is building on the Blue Nile but is "not calling for war".


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