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Sota, tributaries, border, Togo, boundary

The Oueme and Kouffo rivers drain most of southern Benin, and the Mono River, which forms part of the border with Togo, drains the southwest. The main rivers of northern Benin are the Niger, which forms part of the boundary with the republic of Niger, and its tributaries, the Sota, Mekrou, and Alibori rivers.



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