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Death on the Nile

As Ethiopia diverts the river to build a dam, we examine the impact on water supply for Egypt’s growing population. The River Nile has been a source of life for millions over the centuries. Now Ethiopia is diverting water to …

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Cameron To Crack Down On Preachers Of Hate

David Cameron is to attempt to launch a crackdown on the preachers of hate blamed by the Government for the extremism that led to the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich. The Prime Minister’s fightback will come with the …

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French soldier stabbed in neck outside Paris

Soldier loses considerable amount of blood after being stabbed, but his condition is reportedly not life threatening. A French soldier patrolling a business neighbourhood west of Paris has been stabbed in the neck by a man who quickly fled the …

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Five tourists rescured from danger in Iceland

The five had erected a folding table and chairs and settled down to enjoy their lunch when the piece of ice they had chosen suddenly separated from the land. It was floating in the freezing seas around the Fjallsárlón glacial …

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Egyptian police block border crossings

Police impede border crossing with Israel and crossing into Gaza to push state to help free kidnapped colleagues. Egyptian police angered by the kidnapping of seven of their colleagues by armed fighters in the Sinai Peninsula, have blocked a commercial …

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Jordan eyes role in Israeli-Palestinian talks

Prime minister says involvement in final settlement discussions will aim at guaranteeing rights of Palestinian refugees. Jordan hopes to play a role in the negotiations for a final settlement in the long-running conflict between Palestinians and Israelis, the kingdom’s prime …

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