Ubangi River geographical name
River, central Africa. Formed by the Bomu River and the Uele River on the northern border of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, it flows west and south, forming part of the boundary with the Central African Republic and with the Republic of the Congo. It then empties into the Congo River. It is 700 mi (1,126 km) long; with its longest headstream, it is double that length.
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