Which Country Does the River Nile Start in?

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River Nile starts from Burundi in Central Africa. The Nile River is 6,695 kilometres long and it is said to be the longest river in the world. It touches eight countries: Ethiopia, Zaire, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and Sudan.
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