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Kidepo River

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Subject: Narus River, Uganda, List of rivers of South Sudan, White Nile, Eastern Equatoria, Toposa people
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Kidepo River

Kidepo River
Name origin: "to pick" in Karamajong
Countries Uganda, South Sudan
 - right Narus River
Source Pirre
 - elevation 1,300 m (4,265 ft)
 - coordinates
Mouth White Nile

The Kidepo River is a seasonal river along the Kidepo Valley in the Karamoja region of Uganda, and in East Equatoria area of South Sudan.

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