Tuareg

Premieres

Bombino, the World's Best Guitarist™, Shares New Song "Tehigren"

The international star announces a new record called 'Deran' on May 18 via Partisan Records.
Zachary Lipez
3.6.18
war and conflict

Displaced in Libya (Extra Scene from 'Libya's Quiet War')

VICE News heads to remote southwest Sahara, where members of the indigenous Tuareg tribe have fled from fighting in the nearby oasis town of Ubari.
VICE News
3.8.16
africa

ICC to Decide If Malian Teacher Will Face Charges for Destroying Timbuktu Artifacts

Malian citizen Ahmad al-Faqi al-Mahdi will appear at a hearing on Tuesday to determine whether he will become the first person to be charged at the International Criminal Court with destroying cultural artifacts.
VICE News and Reuters
2.29.16
Libya

Libya's Quiet War: The Tuareg Of South Libya

VICE News travels to south Libya’s remote Sahara desert, where the Tuareg are fighting for their land and rights.
VICE News
2.17.16
war and conflict

Libya’s Quiet War (Trailer)

Coming soon: VICE News travels to south Libya’s remote Sahara desert, where the Tuareg are fighting for their land and rights.
VICE News
2.11.16
war and conflict

In a Southern Libya Oasis, a Proxy War Engulfs Two Tribes

For the indigenous southern Tuareg and Tebu tribes, politically used and marginalized by Qaddafi, this is a local battle about historical grievances, Libyan identity, and who belongs to the land.
Rebecca Murray
6.7.15
africa

UN Condemns Its Own Peacekeepers for Killing Three Protesters in Mali

The actions of members of a UN unit in northern Mali, which left four wounded in addition to the three that died, were deemed a "grave violation" of UN directives.
Samuel Oakford
4.2.15
africa

UN Peacekeeper Among Three Killed in Rocket Attack on Base in Northern Mali

Unknown attackers showered a UN base with 30 shells Sunday in the latest attack against foreign forces stationed in the West African nation.
Liz Fields
3.8.15
africa

Three Killed As Protesters Try to Storm Headquarters of UN Peacekeeping Mission in Mali

A large crowd hurled stones and Molotov cocktails at UN peacekeepers in northern Mali, where a dispute over the UN's response to the Tuareg insurgency has raised tensions.
Pierre Longeray
1.28.15
africa

Tuareg Refugees Must Choose Between Hunger and Violence

About 12,000 refugees displaced from Mali by two years of conflict find themselves in Burkina Faso, facing violence, famine, and disease.
Hannah Strange
7.2.14
africa

Rebel Assault Deals Blow to Mali Peace

Troops escorting the country's prime minister to the country's restive northern region clashed violently with a Tuareg separatist group.
Laura Burke
5.20.14