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Lu·a·la·ba

 (lo͞o′ə-lä′bə)
A headstream of the Congo River, rising in southeast Democratic Republic of the Congo and flowing about 1,800 km (1,100 mi) north to the Boyoma (formerly Stanley) Falls, a series of seven cataracts southeast of Kisangani.
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Lualaba

(ˌluːəˈlɑːbə)
n
(Placename) a river in the SE Democratic Republic of Congo, rising in Katanga province and flowing north as the W headstream of the River Congo. Length: about 1800 km (1100 miles)
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Lu•a•la•ba

(ˌlu ɑˈlɑ bɑ)

n.
a river in the SE Democratic Republic of the Congo: a headstream of the Zaire (Congo) River. 400 mi. (645 km) long.
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In 2017, non-hot spot health zones along the Lualaba River, a tributary of the Congo, also started to report cases.
Among the major suppliers were the mini-states that mutineers from the armies of the Congo State had organized west of the Lualaba River, the main stream of the upper Congo River system, then out of reach of "Belgian" control.
At least 14 people died in September after their boat sank on an isolated stretch of the Lualaba river in the southern province of Katanga.