FILE - This April 2, 2013, file photo, shows construction work on a dam, in the Asosa Region of Ethiopia. (AP Photo/Elias Asmare, File)
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The leaders of Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan will meet on Monday in a bid to break a deadlock in negotiations over a hydroelectric dam Addis Ababa is building along its share of the Nile river, two official sources said Sunday.Cairo -- solely dependent on the Nile for its water -- is at odds with Ethiopia over the construction of the Grand Renaissance Dam, which it fears could reduce waters cascading down from Ethiopian highlands and through the deserts of Sudan to its fields and reservoirs.Ethiopia says the $4 billion-dam will have no such impact.
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