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Template:Infobox settlement Goroumo is a village in the Central African Republic prefecture of Ouham-Pendé, close to the western border with Cameroon, that in 2008 was attacked by bandits who killed almost all the male inhabitants.[1][2] BBC reporter Mike Thomson wrote that many of the bandits were veteran fighters from past coups.[1]

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