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the philippine military says all 96 people on board, one of its planes that crashed on sunday has been accounted for. 47 people died when the aircraft went down in sulu province. 49 of us survived the crush. hundreds of us can treat the flood into neighboring subjects, doll as the taliban continued to make gains in northern afghanistan. the group not controlled around the fed of all districts across the country. and assembly elected after month approaches in chile has begun meeting to draw a new constitution and indigenous put, a woman was elected to lead the process to grand for the say they're ready for these 5 talks with ethiopian government. a foreign troops withdraw from the state. they also won't be you went to investigate if you're a retreat and leaders for what they call crimes and crimes against humanity in c gray. those are headlines. it's i stories
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ah, ah ah, it will be one of the largest dams in the world when you complete providing water for millions of opium, but downstream egypt into dan say they'll suffer. and despite talks, the 3 countries can't agree on a deal. so what next? a military confrontation, this is inside storage. ah hello and welcome to the program. i'm how much i'm john. the african union has 4 months try to mediate between ethiopia, egypt and sudan. but despite its efforts,
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the dispute about addis ababa construction of a giant hydro electric dam on the blue nile remains unresolved, downstream cairo. and her tone, say the issue could threaten peace and security in the region and ask the un security council to intervene before the situation escalades. but the french envoy to the un says the world body lacks the legal expertise and there is little it can do. he's called on the 3 countries to go back to the negotiating table. so the security council does plan to meet next week to discuss the crisis. egypt relies and then i'll for up to 90 percent of his fresh water supply and fears the dam could affect the flow while sudan is worried. the multi $1000000000.00 project could damage its own reservoirs and water stations. if the o p. s, as the dam is crucial to its economic development, and will provide electricity to millions of ethiopian se, egypt and sudan are seeking a binding agreement on the fire, on the filling of the dam and its operations. well, if you will be plans to go forward with the 2nd filling of the reservoirs before any deal is reached, the dispute centers mainly on how quickly if the
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o p i should fill the dam and how much water it would release cairo and her to them have called on the u. s. and you to intervene and last month rallied, arab countries to support their bid at the un at a saba has rejected the involvement of mediators outside the african union. and was concerned about joint military drills carried out by egypt and sudan. in may, the dispute between egypt, sudan, and if you appear dates back to 2011 when you started building the damn. the 3 countries signed the declaration of principles in 2015. that takes into consideration concerns of the parties involved. but differences remain on technical issues. despite several rounds of talks. the african union got involved last year after you started the 1st phase of filling the damn. the latest a you led talks between egypt, if you will be answered in, in april ended with no progress made last month, cairo, and her to me called on the international community to intervene ahead of if you hope your 2nd filling of the dam ah.
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all right, let's bring in our guess. joining us on zoom from swindon, u. k. mohammed derma, a visiting lecturer at the university of ro, hampton, in cairo. now the noted dean, professor of soil sciences and water resources at cairo university. and then as far the sharpie, professor of engineering faculty at the university of hawthorne a warm welcome to you all. now did let me start with you today. so egypt and sudan of both asked the un security council to take up the issue of the grand ethiopian renaissance. damn. what is the likelihood at this stage that the un security council will actually be able to resolve this dispute? how do they get anything for you? and their number one in the international law of the united nation for around surveillance versus belongs to the nation, not african union. and number one, oil easy then?
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so then go to the un security council. number 2, the many any good at it is from if you will be in the international law of that on to us. and also you can see a cause of the hot, i'm not cause of the significant harm if you will be both today. and this is why easy to ask is the security council to discuss the complain about? would you be on the didn't john to them about with the regular it is from the international law or you but on to run your boss? how much let me ask you if it's well known, has not been too keen on the involvement of the un security council. they've
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rejected calls from either from sudan to involve mediators outside of the african union. what is the reason for that stance? first of all, thank you for your invitation. one of the reason is we are at this stage where the african union is common edge and the maturity mediating and being at the african. so if you're okay, i think there is no for the u. n or not african edges at this moment to inject themselves or to impose themselves on this issue. both egyptian and they are located in africa and they share the union so that you should be given a charge in order to be able to do this problem. that is good for the entity that is good. also, the african need us to come up with an african solution as far the why have african union sponsored talks failed to produce results so far?
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so i would like to give you the buffer station as b c. along which these negotiations when they get to the african union, we're not the whole there was never before asians, african union was love to leave and they were not having any plan that can they were sitting up again in the lumps isn't take any decisions or any and so this why we've got africa is sending to me
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they're saying is that they were asking. so the academics in the meetings love to give any opinion all comments on so you can say, i don't mean anything. and african williams is in his folder. so you all african union is not and will not be not carried out. neither egyptian president, for his cc has warned that all options are open when it comes to the dispute over the renaissance. damn. how likely is it that egypt would exercise and military options? it's very easy to insist as hard as you wish and never hear and 14 even will not if
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i'm willing to continue and confusion whatever. and so far we have more than any. so the theme, the new position, and it may take, so me develop the conflict to be a what the war this is will be the fed as to what the warranty was. because it doesn't want to give any guarantee or guarantee any amount of water. what you're going to then we will ask you to get the lawyer where you show in, you know, you buy a 50 cubic meter a year. what's after the auction over some to them. busy or how much you will, you tend to get on for each time. so then from this is 49000000000 you need or if you say nothing, you can afford even
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a 40 fire the think nothing and the system. with that, that means if you wanted to go out and under control everything with the blue line or thought, i'm not guaranteed for egypt for a moment or a was thought of. or if you would show all the sick that needs to walk in each country in both city and also and, and so many problem between then and so then in one, sorry, and you've been in other sites more, no guarantee. any amount of water, no, of the brain to for or how much water you may feel. and how many are we? we may also make a dealing with that and how much water we will be deducted
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from the lion water. we don't know anything you want to control everything. how much is there any chance at this stage that some kind of a roadmap for further negotiations could be drawn up before if it goes ahead and fills the reservoir for the 2nd time? first of all, let me address this is a military comment. my call you can use estimate. i think both you and don should be wise enough to avoid that kind of military vision to that because it is very unlikely that anybody would get something that they did not get through negotiation by military innovation. as far as the position is going to 7 days, your government has pirate again, a nation that these projects does not hire the the, the other countries who are sharing benign,
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including the egypt. so it's your p also the country that produces a more than 85 percent of the night water has the right to, to work to, to development and to different these down. so that then any kind of roadmap could be a draw. and depending on the political real, from the, from these 3 countries, basically, i think that needs to be kind of openness rather done not stretching the argument, especially in the conversation to a different kind of extreme would not end any put the delivery that a saw, the if the o, p and officials have said that they are in full accordance with the 2015 declaration of principles when it comes to the damn, one of its terms is that any call for 3 international players are sorry for international players to mediate that that would have to be agreed to by all 3 countries. in that sense, when you factor that into consideration,
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doesn't it sort of become pointless to involve the un security council at this stage? well, i would like to say fell out of that for me. should say, but of the building that association in this, then if it was a share in that sense they, if you look at them over all, be glad to see if you did not see any obligations concerning the study for the safety or any study sending things and the vision of love lane into that since you get, why was he getting mine starting from the last?
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but let me see used to they love alone me and then why the boundary. the other thing is that you don't like when they say so that any unseal all the night and what the status of the fact you get has 100 number more than 1000000. you can comes to late for the vision of the so they use want the dyna ration was all the sum of all actually what remains from the rainfall it to so that so
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why they don't lie you. busy love having any ship unless it's you be a long come this amount of the used to come. you give you all that so i think. all right, so you get thinking the negotiation was what the share share. i guess you guys are ready, ball or any i want to keep this all that she's in the african union and they don't like any other nice other african union we we have seen south, i'm sorry to, i'm sorry to interrupt you. let me get back to you about the point that you're
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starting to make about the african union because we are starting to run out of time . i wanted to ask, not there, because you had expressed in your last answer, you know, concern, which is the egyptian point of view of you know, how quickly the dam will be filled and how that would affect egypt. so, you know, without a binding agreement on filling an offer on, on filling and operating the damn with sudan and egypt. if, if, if you go ahead and fill the damn for a 2nd time, what happens next for the 2nd feel was on the, on the obvious you side only use a good even to egypt. and so then, for example, a desire to feel about 17500000000 cubic meter. this is enough to get by with the 1000000 in carbon easier. and that means that you 1000000 over the cultivated land will be affected. and about 15000000,
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some work in the city median will be affected also. and this is what, what will go. this is a southerly zone with a good evening because the make sure that easy to have another source to are you in the state of the point 5 of the 2nd to feel of the shown to them or not. if we have enough all are in 100 them, this will be good but, but she doesn't know that. and that's what we see. we should have a good evening very each of you feel and it is not likely to to be nice. you'll be on site design and only back we should have an agreement and one of the so then also it, we will have much luck with walter. moving to do these
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higher mileage over the water, some point 5000000000 cubic meter. and even though there's a lot of them so much you on august the what exactly the take i thought a 1030. ready one, he'll be, i believe, the in so much bye the need them is a citizen of what is all the for you. and the, another one in you with them in your body is only to be and but if you will be plenty to, to store 75000000000 cubic meter in been shown to them matters of water. and this is so much and so then to the, to be fully on the end the that, that we should make it these along the die and for any more example. and we should
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also make an agreement and we should listen to that and how much water you need during these years, and how much of the water will answer then. but that is not, this is not someone did very well, and it is only need to be in the fall, or this is john. and he said this year we will meet the storage of the fire. the or the, the pipe was, was that would be the agreement. now that is not, i'm sorry to interrupt you as well, but i do want to throw a question how much way, how much, you know, i want to talk for a 2nd about some of the complicating factors for the open prime minister. obey mad because, you know, things seem to be further complicated by all the international pressure that he's under because of the conflict in to try. how much more difficult does that make all
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of this? is that make this dispute over the renaissance? damn the fact that this conflict is going on and the fact that he's under so much pressure the problem are. 3 they and this them problem and it's europe. yeah. and then the addition on fisher that is coming from the international community. also the negotiation of the dom pas are kind of devilish fixed. probably sometimes opposite effects on the local. if you have the on politics, especially with regards to the prime minister for one year on our united when it comes to the dom. regardless of the domestic politics which is very much polarized in park, the more pressure comes from the international community from, from other powers on that dom it is sort of a pocket that drives more support don't support the ballistic i lead to the
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european prime minister. so i think the did the problem is that is that what is from the population that edge of to might use the internet, the facility for it's on advantage by sort of supporting the, the rebellious element within the politic studies and what that is. no kind of tangible, concrete evidence for the other done does. yes, they did. did the frazier about these coming from the, from denial of politics might a little bit, but it has got also its own advantage as something let me ask you, what about the, this border dispute between sudan and e. c o p, a. how much is that complicating the overall situation when it comes to negotiations over the damn thing? this is the issue that they have some few last
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you know, trying to t all by controlling the fact that they are not even to the child. he's old very close the size of them using any formation of the month or the month what they have last year when they kept this a lot because it was a lot for an addition. and now, because we had to, we don't know, what did you get going to do on the wall? so then so i don't know what's in love that
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i think it is love on the chain high. this important information about the and that the amount of gaining any negotiation meaning concerning your other question. i think that was love. it's remember the older and if it's you leaving, when we can in the media, we should all be bound days from the colonial as allies we have shown that we
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will be longing to so them. so if you're, if you have the month of june, i think that it's that it's not much used to come to. so and we used to ring 9 and they focus it on. and then later on, after a b o, when there was a huge amount of people can say, i mean it's still social that was welcoming all the people coming from me and then these people were installed. and then sometimes they said there was the she was a guy who used to still want to leave the long so my so that is
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that is not this feels well if so who use this use? this is what is happening industries. ringback used by they. ready want to ship. all right, we run our times are going to have to leave our conversation there. thanks so much to all of our guessing. have gramma now they're noted in and sobbing sharpie and thank you to for watching. you can see the program again. any time visiting our website, delta 0 dot com, and for further discussion, go to our facebook page at facebook dot com forward slash ha. inside story. you can also join the conversation on twitter. handle is add a j inside story for me, how much i'm doing the whole team here. bye for now. the
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