Beni, Democratic Republic of the Congo
|Ville de Beni|
Part of Nationale 2, main road in Beni
|Country||Democratic Republic of the Congo|
|• Mayor||Nyonyi Bwanakawa Masumbuko|
|Time zone||UTC+2 (Central Africa Time)|
It is home to a market, an airport and the Christian Bilingual University of Congo (UCBC). As of 2013 it had an estimated population of 231,952. Beni contains four communes, or municipalities: Beni, Bungulu, Ruwenzori and Muhekera.
Between October 2014 and May 2016 over 500 people died in a series of attacks on Beni and its surrounding area that have been attributed to Ugandan Islamist rebels. The Beni massacre occurred here in August 2016.
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