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The '''Yarkand River''' is a [[river]] in the [[Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region]] of western [[People's Republic of China|China]]. It is one of the headstreams of the [[Tarim River]]. It is approximately 9701097&nbsp;km (600&nbsp;mi) in length, with an average discharge of {{convert|330210|m3/s|cuft/s|abbr=on}}.
 
The river originates in the [[Karakoram]] range in the south of the [[Kashgar Prefecture]]. A notable tributary of the upper Yarkand River is the [[Shaksgam River]], which is also known in its lower course (before falling into the Yarkand) as the Keleqing River ({{zh|c=克勒青河|p=Kèlèqīng Hé|links=no}}).
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