The Toshka Project in Egypt : News Photo

The Toshka Project in Egypt

TOSHKA, EGYPT - MARCH 15: Water security is a major issue in the future of Egypt. A security camera watches the high damn with Lake Nasr backed up behind it, March 15, 2012. (Photo by David Degner/Getty Images)
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TOSHKA, EGYPT - MARCH 15: Water security is a major issue in the future of Egypt. A security camera watches the high damn with Lake Nasr backed up behind it, March 15, 2012. (Photo by David Degner/Getty Images)
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March 15, 2012
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151077408
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Water security is a major issue in the future of Egypt A security... News Photo 151077408Agriculture,Aswan,Cairo,Construction,Economy,Egypt,Future,Horizontal,Human Interest,Irrigation Equipment,Major,Middle East,Outdoors,Rural Scene,Security,Social Issues,WaterPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2012 David DegnerTOSHKA, EGYPT - MARCH 15: Water security is a major issue in the future of Egypt. A security camera watches the high damn with Lake Nasr backed up behind it, March 15, 2012. (Photo by David Degner/Getty Images)