What Countries Does the Nile Flow through?

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The countries that the Nile flows through include; Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda, DR Congo, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Egypt. It is a huge north flowing river based in Africa and is often regarded as the longest flowing river on planet earth. The river has two key tributaries; the White Nile and Blue Nile, the latter being the main source of Nile's water and fertile soil.
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