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Thembisa Fakude The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) continues to create political tensions between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia. The GERD is a $four billion hydroelectric mission on the Blue Nile, within the Benishangul-Gumuz Area of Ethiopia, about 15 kilometres east of the border with Sudan. The development of the dam began in 2011. Ethiopia has began filling the dam because the nation prepares to totally utilise it. Most water for the dam might be sourced from the Blue Nile, which has been the bone of competition and the supply of dispute between Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia. The Nile flows from
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