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Lubefu was established as a government station by the Belgian colonial administration, lying on the Lubefu River about 100 miles (160 km) upstream from Bena Dibele, a town on the Sankuru just below the point where it is joined by the Lubefu.
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- X. Blaes. "Découpage administratif de la République Démocratique du Congo". PNUD-SIG. Retrieved 2011-12-05.
- Hilton-Simpson, M.W. (1911). Land and Peoples of the Kasai; Being a Narrative of a Two Years' Journey Among the Cannibals of the Equatorial Forest and Other Savage Tribes. Constable. p. 65.
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