Lake Malawi talks collapse as public unhappy of government handling of dispute

From Face of Malawi Mon Nov 19 2012, 00:01:37

It was perhaps only inevitable that Malawi and Tanzania would hit a dead end in the bid to resolve their long running dispute over Lake Malawi through negotiations. And so it has happened that the two countries have failed to reach a compromise, forcing them to explore other channels such as taking up the matter [...]

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