Daga River (South Sudan)
|Countries||South Sudan, Ethiopia|
|9°32′N 33°24′E / 9.533°N 33.400°E / 9.533; 33.400Coordinates: 9°32′N 33°24′E / 9.533°N 33.400°E / 9.533; 33.400|
The Daga River (or Khor Daga) is a river in South Sudan. It rises in the mountains of the Mirab Welega Zone in Ethiopia, just east of the South Sudan - Ethiopia border, where it is known as the Deqe Sonka Shet. It flows west past the town of Daga Post and enters the Machar Marshes, where it loses its identity.
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