Friday, August 7, 2009

A Growing Thirst for the Nile

Originally published August 7, 2009 | BBC News | by Yolande Knell

Although the Nile River has lost some of its religious significance, it remains an important resource. The ever increasing need for water supply and climate change are daunting problems in and of themselves, but it's the lack of agreement on how much of the Nile resources belong to the six "Nile states" that seems to be the most annoying problem. The following article chronicles the current news about the Nile River and includes some lines describing it's long history to the people who depend upon it.

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