Brian Stewart: Egypt's other existential crisis - the Nile
Astronaut Chris Hadfield's Nile, on the left, snaking through the Sahara Desert north through Egypt.
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#1 Jul 16, 2013
Mr Stewart, what if you invest your time preaching peace, what if you browse and know the fact before you rash to lie,
shame on the site to accept your baseless job.
God bless the world
#2 Jul 16, 2013
People like this fake journalists are out to provoke war between Ethiopia and Egypt and then could sell a lot of weapons. Africans are not as na´ve as before, we see what the motives are of such writers. If Egypt change her foreign policy of Mubarak's time we will have a brotherly relationship. Permanent destabilization of Ethiopia apparently doesn't work. So Egypt should change to constructive levels.
#3 Jul 16, 2013
There is a reason why people call those wicked people white devils. Right now they are being embarrassed by the revelations about NSA and may want to divert attention.
Fortunately they will not succeed as all people know about their evil nature and no one trusts or even pays attention to what they say.
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