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Likati River is a river of northern Democratic Republic of the Congo, a tributary of the Itimbiri River.It flows through Aketi Territory in Bas-Uele District. It was referenced in Congo Shadows by John B. Franz. At Libongo, northwest of the town of Likati, the river is crossed by a mixed-use road and railway bridge.As of 2014 the bridge was defective and dangerous for road users.The railway, now defunct, was a branch of the Vicicongo line built by the Société des Chemins de Fer Vicinaux du Congo.

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  • Likati River is a river of northern Democratic Republic of the Congo, a tributary of the Itimbiri River.It flows through Aketi Territory in Bas-Uele District. It was referenced in Congo Shadows by John B. Franz. At Libongo, northwest of the town of Likati, the river is crossed by a mixed-use road and railway bridge.As of 2014 the bridge was defective and dangerous for road users.The railway, now defunct, was a branch of the Vicicongo line built by the Société des Chemins de Fer Vicinaux du Congo.
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  • Likati River is a river of northern Democratic Republic of the Congo, a tributary of the Itimbiri River.It flows through Aketi Territory in Bas-Uele District. It was referenced in Congo Shadows by John B. Franz. At Libongo, northwest of the town of Likati, the river is crossed by a mixed-use road and railway bridge.As of 2014 the bridge was defective and dangerous for road users.The railway, now defunct, was a branch of the Vicicongo line built by the Société des Chemins de Fer Vicinaux du Congo.
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