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Egypt: farmers fear water shortages from Ethiopian dam


Water wars between Egypt and Ethiopia recede slightly after talks reassuring Cairo that it will not be left high and dry. Next, Israel's Prime Minister says he can't afford to make the trip to Mandela's memorial service, but is this the real reason? Finally, we discover dark and foreboding paintings by Syrian artists taking refuge in Lebanon.

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