Kasai River

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The Kasai River (called Cassai in Angola) is a tributary (left side) of the Congo River, located in Central Africa.wikipedia
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Congo River

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The Kasai River (called Cassai in Angola) is a tributary (left side) of the Congo River, located in Central Africa.
Among these ecoregions, the Lower Congo Rapids alone has more than 300 fish species, including approximately 80 endemics while the southwestern part (Kasai Basin) alone has more than 200 fish species, of which about a quarter are endemic.

Ilebo

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From Ilebo, between the confluences with Lulua river and Sankuru river, the Kasai river turns to a westerly direction.
Ilebo, formerly known as Port-Francqui, is a town in Kasai province in the Democratic Republic of Congo, lying at the highest navigable point of the Kasaï River.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

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The river begins in central Angola and flows to the east until it reaches the border between Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where it turns north and serves as the border until it flows into the DRC.
Major tributaries include the Kasai, Sangha, Ubangi, Ruzizi, Aruwimi, and Lulonga.

Kwamouth

Kwamouth Territory
The lower stretch of the river from the confluence with Fimi river, is known as the Kwa(h) River, before it joins the Congo at Kwamouth northeast of Kinshasa.
The town lies at the mouth of the Kwah River, the last stretch of the Kasai River after it has been joined by the Fimi River, where it enters the Congo River.

Kwango River

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It is the largest left bank tributary of the Kasai River in the Congo River basin.

Loange River

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The Loange River (or Luangué, Luange) is a tributary of the Kasai River.

Kwilu River

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The Kwilu River is a major river that originates in Angola and flows north through Bandundu Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to the city of Bandundu, where it joins the Kwango River just before this stream enters the Kasai River.

Fimi River

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It flows from Lake Mai-Ndombe to the Kasai River, which in turn empties into the Congo.

Kasai River disaster

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The Kasai River disaster occurred on 29 July 2010 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), when an overloaded passenger ferry capsized on the Kasai River in Bandundu province, east of Kinshasa.

Sankuru River

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From Ilebo, between the confluences with Lulua river and Sankuru river, the Kasai river turns to a westerly direction.
Its approximate length of 1,200 km makes it the longest tributary of the Kasai River.

Tributary

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The Kasai River (called Cassai in Angola) is a tributary (left side) of the Congo River, located in Central Africa.

Central Africa

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The Kasai River (called Cassai in Angola) is a tributary (left side) of the Congo River, located in Central Africa.

Angola

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The river begins in central Angola and flows to the east until it reaches the border between Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where it turns north and serves as the border until it flows into the DRC.

Henry Morton Stanley

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Henry Morton Stanley reached the confluence on 9 March 1877, calling the river Nkutu, a "powerful and deep river", but recognizing it as originating from David Livingstone's Kwango.

Confluence

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Henry Morton Stanley reached the confluence on 9 March 1877, calling the river Nkutu, a "powerful and deep river", but recognizing it as originating from David Livingstone's Kwango.

David Livingstone

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Henry Morton Stanley reached the confluence on 9 March 1877, calling the river Nkutu, a "powerful and deep river", but recognizing it as originating from David Livingstone's Kwango.

Cimbebasia

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Its borders in the north were the Kunene River, the lower Kasai River and the western reaches of the Zambezi River.

Kananga

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The city lies near the Lulua River, a tributary of the Kasai River and the Ilebo-Lubumbashi railway.

Bena Makima

It is on the right bank of the Kasai River, a few kilometers downstream from the point where the Lulua River enters the Kasai.

Apostolic Prefecture of Kwango

Prefecture Apostolic of Kwango
The Kwango River flows into the Kassai River, which itself is a tributary of the River Congo.