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Ethnic group of West Africa; also known as Karakora.

The Karaboro primarily inhabit northern Côte d’Ivoire and southwestern Burkina Faso. They speak a Niger-Congo language and are closely related to the Senufo people. Approximately 100,000 people consider themselves Karaboro.


Subjects: African Studies.

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