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What is the world's longest river?

Africa's Nile River is the world's longest at 4,160 miles (6,695 kilometers) long.

The Blue Nile begins in the highlands of Ethiopia and the White Nile begins at Lake Victoria. The two branches of the Nile merge at Khartoum, the capital of Sudan.

 

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