The dam that divides Ethiopians

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A major hydro-electric dam project in Ethiopia will help provide the region with much-needed energy and income, but could have serious implications for tribes living in the area.

The BBC's Peter Greste travelled to the site of the latest part of the project - the still-to-be-completed Gibe III dam - and met some of the tribes living downstream.

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