Commune and village
|Elevation||774 ft (236 m)|
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Banibangou is a village and rural commune in Niger. It was the site of attacks on Fula pastoralists by Zarma people in December 2008, resulting in the rustling of over 20,000 cattle and the deaths of approximately 235 Fulas.
- Loi n° 2002-014 du 11 JUIN 2002 portant création des communes et fixant le nom de leurs chefs-lieux[permanent dead link]. Includes list of 213 communes rurales and seats, 52 Communes urbaines and seats
- In French: Peul; in Fula: Fulɓe.
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