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Appeal for 'fresh start' as Nile dam talks resume

04 April, 2021

Foreign ministers from Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan kicked off negotiations in Kinshasa on over Addis Ababa's contested giant dam on the Nile, officials said.

Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan resume dam talks amid tensions

03 April, 2021

The three-day African Union-mediated talks between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan to resolve a dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam have begun in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

Saudi-Israeli ties would bring region 'tremendous benefit': FM

02 April, 2021

Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan said normalisation with Israel would depend on 'progress with the peace process'.

Egypt, Sudan hold 'Nile Eagles 2' joint air exercise

02 April, 2021

The Egyptian Air-force participated in drills with the Sudanese air forces in Merowe airbase in Sudan, next to the Ethiopian border.

Congo to host Nile Dam talks amid rising tensions

01 April, 2021

Amid military drills and escalatory rhetoric, Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia will hold reconciliation talks in Kinshasa to revive stalled negotiations.

IMF grants $174m emergency loan to South Sudan

01 April, 2021

The IMF has given millions in a loan to South Sudan

Libyan coastguard intercepts 138 migrants at sea

31 March, 2021

An inflatable boat carrying 138 migrants was intercepted off Libya's western coast.

Sudan pays $335 million to victims for terror delisting

31 March, 2021

Sudan has paid an agreed-upon $335 million to compensate victims of past anti-US attacks as part of a deal for removal from the US terror blacklist.

In stark warning, Egypt leader says Nile water ‘untouchable'

31 March, 2021

President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi has warned Ethiopia not to take Egypt’s share of the Nile water when building the giant Renaissance Dam.

Egypt's Sisi warns Ethiopia dam risks 'unimaginable instability'

30 March, 2021

The dispute over the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has been simmering for around a decade and mediation attempts with downstream Egypt and Sudan have repeatedly failed.

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