Abara River

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This article is about the river in South Sudan. For the Nile tributary in Sudan and Ethiopia, see Atbarah River.

The Abara River, also known as Abara Khawr, is a stream in Jonglei, South Sudan. It is a tributary of the Agwei River. The Abara meets the Kongkong River to form the Agwei just east of Bongak. The stream is a wadi, or ravine, that may run dry during the dry season but quickly becomes a watercourse due to heavy rainfall during the wet season.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 7°27′00″N 33°14′00″E / 7.45°N 33.2333°E / 7.45; 33.2333