Lol River

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The Lol River, also spelled Loll, is a stream in northern South Sudan that feeds the Bahr al-Arab, known locally as the Kiir River. It meets the larger river in Warrap state, south of the disputed Abyei Area and roughly 100 kilometers west of Bentiu.

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Coordinates: 9°13′00″N 28°59′00″E / 9.21667°N 28.9833°E / 9.21667; 28.9833