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Kibish River is a river of southern Ethiopia, which defines part of that country's border with South Sudan. It flows towards Lake Turkana, although some years it does not have enough volume to reach it, as C.W. Gwynn discovered in 1908.
- C. W. Gwynn, "A Journey in Southern Abyssinia", Geographical Journal, 38 (August 1911), p. 125
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