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Amazigh Tuareg people forced to take arms

Niger's Tuareg population say that the benefits of uranium mining are not being distributed fairly, and a military campaign against the government is their only option. See the video brodcasted by Aljazeera TV on 14 of July 2008


Date : 2008-08-08 12:05:00


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