#Africa: Food security failing in the Nile River Valley; & What is to be done? Gregory R Copley, @Gregory_Copley, editor and publisher of Defense & Foreign Affairs
The majestic Nile River flows north from the headwaters in Burundi to the Mediterranean Sea, a distance of 6,650 kilometres. This makes it the longest river in the world. The shape of the Nile River Valley resembles a lotus flower, the ancient Egyptian symbol for the regeneration of life.