Karakoro River

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The Karakoro River is a small seasonal tributary of the Sénégal River that forms part of the Mauritania-Mali border. The source of the river is northeast of Kiffa in Mauritania. The river flows south in the flat sahel region of southern Mauritania, crossing a number of shallow depressions, before joining the Sénégal River on the left bank a few kilometres downstream of the small Malian town of Ambidedi.[1]

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Coordinates: 14°43′20″N 12°03′14″W / 14.72222°N 12.05389°W / 14.72222; -12.05389