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NIGER-MALI/SECURITY
RTS1JJV6
November 12, 2017
Boubacar Diallo, president of the livestock breeders association of north Tillaberi on the Mali border,...
Niamey, Niger
Boubacar Diallo, president of the livestock breeders association of north Tillaberi, attends an interview...
Boubacar Diallo, president of the livestock breeders association of north Tillaberi on the Mali border, goes through a list of over 300 Fulani herders killed by Tuareg raiders in the lawless region, during an interview with Reuters in Niamey, Niger October 31, 2017. Picture taken October 31, 2017. TO MATCH INSIGHT NIGER-MALI/SECURITY REUTERS/Tim Cocks
MALI-SECURITY/
RTS1GGQ9
October 14, 2017
A Tuareg man waves on a street in Gao, Mali, October 14, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
Gao, Mali
A Tuareg man waves on a street in Gao
A Tuareg man waves on a street in Gao, Mali, October 14, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
MALI-TALKS/
RTX22XSI
January 18, 2016
Bilal Agh Cherif (C), secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), attends...
Algiers, Algeria
Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), attends the...
Bilal Agh Cherif (C), secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), attends the peace talk meeting in Algiers, Algeria, January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-TALKS/
RTX22XSH
January 18, 2016
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (L) welcomes Bilal Agh Cherif (R), secretary general of The...
Algiers, Algeria
Foreign Minister of Algeria Lamamra welcomes Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination...
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (L) welcomes Bilal Agh Cherif (R), secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), before the opening of the peace talk meeting in Algiers, Algeria, January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-TALKS/
RTX22XRE
January 18, 2016
Foreign Minister of Mali Abdoulaye Diop (L) talks to his Algerian counterpart Ramtane Lamamra (R) and...
Algiers, Algeria
Foreign Minister of Mali Diop talks to his Algerian counterpart Lamamra and Saleh Annadif of Chad, a...
Foreign Minister of Mali Abdoulaye Diop (L) talks to his Algerian counterpart Ramtane Lamamra (R) and Mahamat Saleh Annadif of Chad, a U.N Special Representative for Mali and Head of the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) during the opening of the peace talk meeting in Algiers, Algeria, January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-TALKS/ 
RTX22XQI
January 18, 2016
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (L) smiles as he talks to his Malian counterpart Abdoulaye...
Algiers, Algeria
Foreign Minister of Algeria Lamamra smiles as he talks to his Malian counterpart Diop before the opening...
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (L) smiles as he talks to his Malian counterpart Abdoulaye Diop before the opening of the peace talk meeting in Algiers, Algeria, January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-TALKS/ 
RTX22XQH
January 18, 2016
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (L) and his Malian counterpart Abdoulaye Diop joke with journalists...
Algiers, Algeria
Foreign Minister of Algeria Lamamra and his Malian counterpart Diop joke with journalists before the...
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (L) and his Malian counterpart Abdoulaye Diop joke with journalists before the opening of the peace talks meeting in Algiers, Algeria, January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-TALKS/ 
RTX22XQG
January 18, 2016
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (L) listens to his Malian counterpart Abdoulaye Diop before...
Algiers, Algeria
Foreign Minister of Algeria Lamamra listens to his Malian counterpart Diop before the opening of the...
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (L) listens to his Malian counterpart Abdoulaye Diop before the opening of the peace talk meeting in Algiers, Algeria, January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-TALKS/
RTX22XPK
January 18, 2016
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (R) talks with Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The...
Algiers, Algeria
Foreign Minister of Algeria Lamamra talks with Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination...
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (R) talks with Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), before the opening of the peace talk meeting in Algiers, Algeria January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-TALKS/
RTX22XPH
January 18, 2016
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (R) welcomes Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination...
Algiers, Algeria
Foreign Minister of Algeria Lamamra welcomes Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination...
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (R) welcomes Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), before the opening of the peace talk meeting in Algiers, Algeria January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-TALKS/
RTX22XPG
January 18, 2016
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (C) jokes as he welcomes Bilal Agh Cherif (L), secretary...
Algiers, Algeria
Foreign Minister of Algeria Lamamra jokes as he welcomes Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination...
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra (C) jokes as he welcomes Bilal Agh Cherif (L), secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), before the opening of the peace talk meeting in Algiers, Algeria January 18, 2016. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels held talks in Algiers on Monday aimed at advancing a peace agreement brokered last year to end decades of separatist fighting. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
USA-VOLKSWAGEN/
RTX1RRBN
September 21, 2015
A Volkswagen 2016 Touareg TDI is seen at a VW dealership in the Queens borough of New York, September...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Volkswagen 2016 Touareg TDI is seen at a VW dealership in the Queens borough of New York
A Volkswagen 2016 Touareg TDI is seen at a VW dealership in the Queens borough of New York, September 21, 2015. Volkswagen shares plunged more than 20 percent on Monday, their biggest ever one-day fall, after news that the German carmaker had rigged U.S. emissions tests, and Germany said it would investigate whether data had been falsified in Europe too. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-VOLKSWAGEN/
RTX1RRBM
September 21, 2015
A Volkswagen 2016 Touareg TDI is seen at a VW dealership in the Queens borough of New York, September...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Volkswagen 2016 Touareg TDI is seen at a VW dealership in the Queens borough of New York
A Volkswagen 2016 Touareg TDI is seen at a VW dealership in the Queens borough of New York, September 21, 2015. Volkswagen shares plunged more than 20 percent on Monday, their biggest ever one-day fall, after news that the German carmaker had rigged U.S. emissions tests, and Germany said it would investigate whether data had been falsified in Europe too. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA
RTX1QC20
August 31, 2015
A boy dances in front of Chinese peacekeepers in Gao, Mali, August 11, 2015. The United Nations has deployed...
Gao, Mali
Boy dances in front of Chinese peacekeepers in Gao, Mali
A boy dances in front of Chinese peacekeepers in Gao, Mali, August 11, 2015. The United Nations has deployed 10,000 peacekeepers and poured more than $1 billion into Mali but its efforts to end a three-year conflict are threatened by the reemergence of a centuries-old rivalry between Tuareg clans. Picture taken August 11. To match Insight MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA REUTERS/Emma Farge
MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA
RTX1QC1W
August 31, 2015
Bullet holes are seen in a police station in Gao, Mali, August 11, 2015. The United Nations has deployed...
Gao, Mali
Bullet holes are seen in a police station in Gao, Mali
Bullet holes are seen in a police station in Gao, Mali, August 11, 2015. The United Nations has deployed 10,000 peacekeepers and poured more than $1 billion into Mali but its efforts to end a three-year conflict are threatened by the reemergence of a centuries-old rivalry between Tuareg clans. Picture taken August 11. To match Insight MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA REUTERS/Emma Farge
MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA
RTX1QC1L
August 31, 2015
A Dutch peacekeeper speaks with Malian gendarmes and police in Gao, Mali, August 11, 2015. The United...
Gao, Mali
Dutch peacekeeper speaks with Malian gendarmes and police in Gao, Mali
A Dutch peacekeeper speaks with Malian gendarmes and police in Gao, Mali, August 11, 2015. The United Nations has deployed 10,000 peacekeepers and poured more than $1 billion into Mali but its efforts to end a three-year conflict are threatened by the reemergence of a centuries-old rivalry between Tuareg clans. Picture taken August 11. To match Insight MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA REUTERS/Emma Farge
MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA
RTX1QC1G
August 31, 2015
Dutch peacekeepers sit at their military base in Gao, Mali, August 11, 2015. The United Nations has deployed...
Gao, Mali
Dutch peacekeepers sit at their military base in Gao, Mali
Dutch peacekeepers sit at their military base in Gao, Mali, August 11, 2015. The United Nations has deployed 10,000 peacekeepers and poured more than $1 billion into Mali but its efforts to end a three-year conflict are threatened by the reemergence of a centuries-old rivalry between Tuareg clans. Picture taken August 11. To match Insight MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA REUTERS/Emma Farge
MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA
RTX1QC1C
August 31, 2015
Secretary-General of Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA), Bilal Ag Acherif (R), leads his men in prayer...
ANEFIS, Mali
Secretary-General of Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA), Bilal Ag Acherif, leads his men in prayer...
Secretary-General of Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA), Bilal Ag Acherif (R), leads his men in prayer outside Anefis, Mali, August 26, 2015. The United Nations has deployed 10,000 peacekeepers and poured more than $1 billion into Mali but its efforts to end a three-year conflict are threatened by the reemergence of a centuries-old rivalry between Tuareg clans. Picture taken August 26. To match Insight MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA REUTERS/Souleymane Ag Anara
MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA
RTX1QC16
August 31, 2015
A fighter from the Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA) stands on his vehicle covered in mud for camouflage...
ANEFIS, Mali
Fighter from the Coordination of Azawad Movements stands on his vehicle covered in mud for camouflage...
A fighter from the Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA) stands on his vehicle covered in mud for camouflage outside Anefis, Mali, August 26, 2015. The United Nations has deployed 10,000 peacekeepers and poured more than $1 billion into Mali but its efforts to end a three-year conflict are threatened by the reemergence of a centuries-old rivalry between Tuareg clans. Picture taken August 26. To match Insight MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA REUTERS/Souleymane Ag Anara
MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA
RTX1QC0W
August 31, 2015
Fighters from the Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA) eat food at a location outside Anefis, Mali,...
ANEFIS, Mali
Fighters from the Coordination of Azawad Movements eat food at a location outside Anefis, Mali
Fighters from the Coordination of Azawad Movements (CMA) eat food at a location outside Anefis, Mali, August 26, 2015. The United Nations has deployed 10,000 peacekeepers and poured more than $1 billion into Mali but its efforts to end a three-year conflict are threatened by the reemergence of a centuries-old rivalry between Tuareg clans. Picture taken August 26. To match Insight MALI-VIOLENCE/MILITIA REUTERS/Souleymane Ag Anara
MALI-REBELS/DEAL
RTX1HESV
June 20, 2015
Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati of the Coordination of Movements for Azawad signs a peace agreement in Bamako,...
Bamako, Mali
Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati of the Coordination of Movements for Azawad signs a peace agreement in Bamako...
Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati of the Coordination of Movements for Azawad signs a peace agreement in Bamako, Mali, June 20, 2015. An alliance of Tuareg-led rebels and the Malian government signed a peace deal on Saturday meant to draw a line under a 2012 uprising and allow the authorities to focus on tackling Islamist militants in the desert north. REUTERS/Stringer
MALI-REBELS/DEAL
RTX1HESU
June 20, 2015
Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati of the Coordination of Movements for Azawad signs a peace agreement in Bamako,...
Bamako, Mali
Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati of the Coordination of Movements for Azawad signs a peace agreement in Bamako...
Sidi Brahim Ould Sidati of the Coordination of Movements for Azawad signs a peace agreement in Bamako, Mali, June 20, 2015. An alliance of Tuareg-led rebels and the Malian government signed a peace deal on Saturday meant to draw a line under a 2012 uprising and allow the authorities to focus on tackling Islamist militants in the desert north. REUTERS/Stringer
MALI-SECURITY-PEACE
RTX1CXYG
May 14, 2015
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra congratulates Bilal Agh Cherif (C, R), secretary general...
Algiers, Algeria
Lamamra congratulates Cherif after he signed a preliminary peace agreement in Algiers
Foreign Minister of Algeria Ramtane Lamamra congratulates Bilal Agh Cherif (C, R), secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), after Cherif signed a preliminary peace agreement in Algiers, Algeria May 14, 2015. Mali's Tuareg-led rebels signed up to a preliminary peace agreement with the government on Thursday as a step to ending decades of separatist fighting, but said they would need more guarantees before signing a final aaccord. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-SECURITY/
RTX1CXYC
May 14, 2015
Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), signs a preliminary...
Algiers, Algeria
Cherif signs a preliminary peace agreement in Algiers
Bilal Agh Cherif, secretary general of The Coordination of the Movements of Azawad (CMA), signs a preliminary peace agreement in Algiers, Algeria May 14, 2015. Mali's Tuareg-led rebels signed up to a preliminary peace agreement with the government on Thursday as a step to ending decades of separatist fighting, but said they would need more guarantees before signing a final aaccord. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MALI-TALKS/
RTR4Q3W3
February 18, 2015
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA drive in the desert near Tabankort, February 15,...
TABANKORT, Mali
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA drive in the desert near Tabankort
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA drive in the desert near Tabankort, February 15, 2015. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels resumed U.N.-sponsored peace talks in Algeria on Monday in pursuit of an accord to end uprisings by separatists seeking more self-rule for the northern region they call Azawad. Picture taken February 15, 2015. REUTERS/Souleymane Ag Anara (MALI - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
MALI-TALKS/
RTR4Q3UZ
February 18, 2015
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA take shade under a tree in the desert near Tabankort,...
TABANKORT, Mali
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA take shade under a tree in the desert near Tabankort...
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA take shade under a tree in the desert near Tabankort, February 15, 2015. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels resumed U.N.-sponsored peace talks in Algeria on Monday in pursuit of an accord to end uprisings by separatists seeking more self-rule for the northern region they call Azawad. Picture taken February 15, 2015. REUTERS/Souleymane Ag Anara (MALI - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
MALI-TALKS/
RTR4Q3Q8
February 18, 2015
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA drive in the desert near Tabankort, February 15,...
TABANKORT, Mali
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA drive in the desert near Tabankort
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA drive in the desert near Tabankort, February 15, 2015. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels resumed U.N.-sponsored peace talks in Algeria on Monday in pursuit of an accord to end uprisings by separatists seeking more self-rule for the northern region they call Azawad. Picture taken February 15, 2015. REUTERS/Souleymane Ag Anara (MALI - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
MALI-TALKS/
RTR4Q3Q6
February 18, 2015
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA walk in the desert near Tabankort, February 15,...
TABANKORT, Mali
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA walk in the desert near Tabankort
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA walk in the desert near Tabankort, February 15, 2015. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels resumed U.N.-sponsored peace talks in Algeria on Monday in pursuit of an accord to end uprisings by separatists seeking more self-rule for the northern region they call Azawad. Picture taken February 15, 2015. REUTERS/Souleymane Ag Anara (MALI - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
MALI-TALKS/
RTR4Q3PD
February 18, 2015
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA drive in the desert near Tabankort, February 15,...
TABANKORT, Mali
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA drive in the desert near Tabankort
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA drive in the desert near Tabankort, February 15, 2015. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels resumed U.N.-sponsored peace talks in Algeria on Monday in pursuit of an accord to end uprisings by separatists seeking more self-rule for the northern region they call Azawad. Picture taken February 15, 2015. REUTERS/Souleymane Ag Anara (MALI - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
MALI-TALKS/
RTR4Q3NS
February 18, 2015
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA take shade under a tree in the desert near Tabankort,...
TABANKORT, Mali
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA take shade under a tree in the desert near Tabankort...
Fighters from the Tuareg separatist rebel group MNLA take shade under a tree in the desert near Tabankort, February 13, 2015. Mali's government and Tuareg-led rebels resumed U.N.-sponsored peace talks in Algeria on Monday in pursuit of an accord to end uprisings by separatists seeking more self-rule for the northern region they call Azawad. Picture taken February 13, 2015. REUTERS/Souleymane Ag Anara (MALI - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
MALI-UN/PROTESTS
RTR4N7SN
January 27, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

An injured man receives treatment...
Gao, Mali
An injured man receives treatment in the main hospital in Gao
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

An injured man receives treatment in the main hospital in Gao, January 27, 2015. United Nations peacekeepers in the northern Malian town of Gao killed at least three people on Tuesday when they used live rounds to disperse protesters there, witnesses said, but a U.N. spokesman said only warning shots were fired. Violence erupted as peacekeepers were meeting local leaders angry over a plan to create a buffer zone in the north that would force pro-Bamako militia in the area to disarm while Tuareg separatist rebels to the north would be less affected. REUTERS/Stringer (MALI - Tags: CIVIL UNREST)
MALI/
RTR3YT4P
July 15, 2014
Prisoners released by the Malian government before peace talks stand at the military airfield before...
Bamako, Mali
Prisoners released by the Malian government before peace talks stand at the military airfield before...
Prisoners released by the Malian government before peace talks stand at the military airfield before being transported to the north of the country, in Bamako July 15, 2014. Peace talks between Mali government officials and Tuareg rebels, who are seeking greater autonomy for the north and were not targeted by the French intervention, are due to open in Algeria on Wednesday. REUTERS/Adama Diarra (MALI - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MALI/
RTR3YT4O
July 15, 2014
Prisoners released by the Malian government before peace talks walk at the military airfield before being...
Bamako, Mali
Prisoners released by the Malian government before peace talks walk at the military airfield before being...
Prisoners released by the Malian government before peace talks walk at the military airfield before being transported to the north of the country, in Bamako July 15, 2014. Peace talks between Mali government officials and Tuareg rebels, who are seeking greater autonomy for the north and were not targeted by the French intervention, are due to open in Algeria on Wednesday. REUTERS/Adama Diarra (MALI - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
MALI/
RTR3YT4L
July 15, 2014
Prisoners released by the Malian government before peace talks walk at the military airfield before being...
Bamako, Mali
Prisoners released by the Malian government before peace talks walk at the military airfield before being...
Prisoners released by the Malian government before peace talks walk at the military airfield before being transported to the north of the country, in Bamako July 15, 2014. Peace talks between Mali government officials and Tuareg rebels, who are seeking greater autonomy for the north and were not targeted by the French intervention, are due to open in Algeria on Wednesday. REUTERS/Adama Diarra (MALI - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
LIBYA-ELECTION/
RTR3VO0V
June 25, 2014
Tuareg voters leave a school that serves as a polling station in Ghat, south western Libya, June 25,...
Ghat, Libya
Tuareg voters leave a school that serves as a polling station in Ghat, south western Libya
Tuareg voters leave a school that serves as a polling station in Ghat, south western Libya, June 25, 2014. Libyans vote for a new parliament on Wednesday, an election officials hope will ease the chaos that has gripped the OPEC oil producer since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi three years ago. REUTERS/Ali Alhmdani Aghali (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
LIBYA-ELECTION/
RTR3VNMH
June 25, 2014
Tuareg women gather in a school that serves as a polling station to vote in Ghat, south western Libya,...
Ghat, Libya
Tuareg women gather in a school that serves as a polling station to vote in Ghat, south western Libya...
Tuareg women gather in a school that serves as a polling station to vote in Ghat, south western Libya, June 25, 2014. Libyans vote for a new parliament on Wednesday, an election officials hope will ease the chaos that has gripped the OPEC oil producer since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi three years ago. REUTERS/Ali Alhmdani Aghali (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
LIBYA-ELECTION/
RTR3VNM9
June 25, 2014
A Tuareg man poses while casting his ballot in a school that serves as a polling station in Ghat, south...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg man poses while casting his ballot in a school that serves as a polling station in Ghat, south...
A Tuareg man poses while casting his ballot in a school that serves as a polling station in Ghat, south western Libya, June 25, 2014. Libyans vote for a new parliament on Wednesday, an election officials hope will ease the chaos that has gripped the OPEC oil producer since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi three years ago. REUTERS/Ali Alhmdani Aghali (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MALI-FIGHTING/ C
RTR3QVS8
May 26, 2014
MALI-FIGHTING/ - Map of Mali locating towns under the control of the MNLA. At least 50 Malian soldiers...
Mali
MALI-FIGHTING/ C
MALI-FIGHTING/ - Map of Mali locating towns under the control of the MNLA. At least 50 Malian soldiers were killed this week in renewed fighting with Tuareg rebels. (SIN04)
MALI-SLAVES/
RTR3KX58
April 11, 2014
A Bella woman stands behind her Tuareg master at a camp for Malian refugees in Goudebou, Burkina Faso...
GOUDEBOU, Burkina Faso
A Bella woman stands behind her Tuareg master at a camp for Malian refugees in Goudebou
A Bella woman stands behind her Tuareg master at a camp for Malian refugees in Goudebou, Burkina Faso April 5, 2014. Half a million people fled the conflict in Mali, some crossing the border to neighbouring Burkina Faso. Fleeing Tuaregs took with them their livestock and servants from the Bella ethnic group, a marginalised people who for centuries have been kept in slave-like conditions throughout Mali, Niger and Mauritania. To match story MALI-SLAVES/ Picture taken April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (BURKINA FASO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
MALI-SLAVES/
RTR3KX4P
April 11, 2014
A Tuareg child pushes away a Bella girl (L) at a camp for Malian refugees in Goudebou, Burkina Faso,...
GOUDEBOU, Burkina Faso
A Tuareg child pushes away a Bella girl at a camp for Malian refugees in Goudebou
A Tuareg child pushes away a Bella girl (L) at a camp for Malian refugees in Goudebou, Burkina Faso, April 5, 2014. Half a million people fled the conflict in Mali, some crossing the border to neighbouring Burkina Faso. Fleeing Tuaregs took with them their livestock and servants from the Bella ethnic group, a marginalised people who for centuries have been kept in slave-like conditions throughout Mali, Niger and Mauritania. To match story MALI-SLAVES/ Picture taken April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (BURKINA FASO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MALI-SLAVES/
RTR3KX4D
April 11, 2014
A Tuareg metal smith shows his handy work at a camp for Malian refugees in Goudebou, Burkina Faso April...
GOUDEBOU, Burkina Faso
A Tuareg metal smith shows his handy work at a camp for Malian refugees in Goudebou
A Tuareg metal smith shows his handy work at a camp for Malian refugees in Goudebou, Burkina Faso April 5, 2014. Half a million people fled the conflict in Mali, some crossing the border to neighbouring Burkina Faso. Fleeing Tuaregs took with them their livestock and servants from the Bella ethnic group, a marginalised people who for centuries have been kept in slave-like conditions throughout Mali, Niger and Mauritania. To match story MALI-SLAVES/ Picture taken April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (BURKINA FASO - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
Conflict
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Mali Divided - 13 Mar 2013
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NIGER/
RTX1895W
February 05, 2014
A Tuareg man attends a conference held by multiple civil society organizations in Agadez, September 23,...
Agadez, Niger
Tuareg man attends conference held by multiple civil society organizations in Agadez
A Tuareg man attends a conference held by multiple civil society organizations in Agadez, September 23, 2013. Picture taken September 23, 2013. To match Special Report NIGER-AREVA/ REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
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February 05, 2014
Former Tuareg rebel Ahmed Wagaya speaks to a journalist at a civil society conference in Agadez, September...
Agadez, Niger
Former Tuareg rebel Wagaya speaks to a journalist at a civil society conference in Agadez
Former Tuareg rebel Ahmed Wagaya speaks to a journalist at a civil society conference in Agadez, September 23, 2013. Picture taken September 23, 2013. To match Special Report NIGER-AREVA/ REUTERS/Joe Penney (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
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RTX16ZZ1
January 02, 2014
Camels graze in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360...
Ghat, Libya
Camels graze in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat
Camels graze in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 30, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX16ZYU
January 02, 2014
A Tuareg boy stands next to a camel in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism,...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg boy stands next to a camel in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism,...
A Tuareg boy stands next to a camel in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 30, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ANIMALS)
LIBYA/
RTX16ZYK
January 02, 2014
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about...
Ghat, Libya
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 30, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX16ZYH
January 02, 2014
A Tuareg band performs folkloric songs in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism,...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg band performs folkloric songs in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism,...
A Tuareg band performs folkloric songs in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 30, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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January 02, 2014
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about...
Ghat, Libya
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 30, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ANIMALS)
LIBYA/
RTX16ZXF
January 02, 2014
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about...
Ghat, Libya
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 30, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX16ZXA
January 02, 2014
A Tuareg band performs folkloric songs in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism,...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg band performs folkloric songs in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism,...
A Tuareg band performs folkloric songs in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 30, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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RTX16ZX8
January 02, 2014
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about...
Ghat, Libya
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat
Tuareg men ride camels in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 30, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 30, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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January 01, 2014
A Tuareg band performs a traditional dance during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat,...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg band performs a traditional dance during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat...
A Tuareg band performs a traditional dance during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 29, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
LIBYA/
RTX16Z4Q
January 01, 2014
A Tuareg band performs a traditional dance during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat,...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg band performs a traditional dance during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat...
A Tuareg band performs a traditional dance during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 29, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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RTX16Z4O
January 01, 2014
A Tuareg man rides a camel in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat,...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg man rides a camel in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism
A Tuareg man rides a camel in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 29, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY ANIMALS)
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RTX16Z4I
January 01, 2014
A Tuareg man dances during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg man dances during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism
A Tuareg man dances during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 29, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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RTX16Z4F
January 01, 2014
A Tuareg band performs a traditional dance during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat,...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg band performs a traditional dance during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism
A Tuareg band performs a traditional dance during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 29, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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RTX16Z43
January 01, 2014
A Tuareg band performs traditional songs, during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat,...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg band performs traditional songs, during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism
A Tuareg band performs traditional songs, during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 29, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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RTX16Z41
January 01, 2014
A Tuareg man prepares tea in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat,...
Ghat, Libya
A Tuareg man prepares tea in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism
A Tuareg man prepares tea in the desert during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 29, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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RTX16Z34
January 01, 2014
A Murzuq band performs a popular song, during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat,...
Ghat, Libya
A Murzuq band performs a popular song, during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat
A Murzuq band performs a popular song, during the 19th Ghat Festival of Culture and Tourism, in Ghat, about 1,360 km (845 miles) south of Tripoli December 29, 2013. In the annual event, Tuareg tribes from the region and tourists meet to celebrate Tuareg traditional culture, folklore and heritage. Picture taken December 29, 2013. REUTERS/Esam Omran Al-Fetori (LIBYA - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
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