Yabus River

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The Yabus River (or Khor Yabus) rises in the far west of Ethiopia, in Asosa Zone, flows west into Sudan past the town of Yabus, then enters South Sudan.[1] At the town of Boing it turns south west and enters the Machar Marshes,[2] where it loses its identity.

The river is sometimes confused with the Dabus River, a tributary of the Blue Nile, also known as the Yabus River. The sources of the two rivers are close to each other.

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  1. ^ "Voluntary Repatriation of Sudanese Refugees from Gambella, Ethiopia to Blue Nile State, Sudan: Mission Report" (PDF). UNMCR. October 2005. Retrieved 2011-07-22.  Annex: Map of Water Availability in Southern Blue Nile
  2. ^ Sutcliffe, J.V.; Parls, Y.P. (1999). "The Sobat Basin and the Machar Marshes". The Hydrology of the Nile (PDF). Retrieved 2011-07-22.  page 112

Coordinates: 9°52′N 33°35′E / 9.867°N 33.583°E / 9.867; 33.583