Sulima, Sierra Leone
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Sulima is a town in the extreme south east of Sierra Leone, lying at the mouth of the Moa River. Originally a trading post in the nineteenth century, it has a large population of refugees from Liberia.
In 2013, Sulima is the proposed site of a new port for the export of iron ore from Tonkolili.
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