Nile deal deadline passes with three countries yet to sign up

Guardian: Egypt and Sudan have refused to put in place an agreement that would secure the future of the Nile river, which is the backbone of agriculture for nine north African countries, leaving the river's future in limbo. But there are signs that the new government in Egypt could adopt a more co-operative stance and open the way for countries such as Ethiopia and Kenya to further their economic development using Nile water. The deadline for the signing of the proposed Nile Basin agreement passed without......

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