Agwei River

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The Agwei River or the River Agwei, also spelled Agvey, is a tributary of the Pibor River that flows through eastern South Sudan and western Ethiopia. Its own tributaries include the Abara and Kongkong rivers. The river 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.

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Coordinates: 7°48′N 33°03′E / 7.8°N 33.05°E / 7.8; 33.05