Origin of Tuareg
Examples from the Web for tuareg
Three times in the past two decades, Mali's army fought separatist fighters from the local Tuareg people to a draw.
Azawad being the Tuareg name for the northern half of Mali, which is said to be around the size of Texas.No Quick Fix For Mali: French Troops Can’t End Crisis|William Lloyd George|January 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The mix of al Qaeda in the Maghreb, Ansar al Dine, and the Tuareg rebels is combustible.
The combustible mix of AQIM, Ansar al Dine, and Tuareg rebels is complex and dangerous.Al Qaeda’s Arab Comeback: Capitalizing on Chaos in Syria, Mali|Bruce Riedel|July 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Lankester said that many of his Tuareg employees have left Timbuktu, Gao, and the surrounding cities.
Subsequently, under the control of Moorish, Tuareg and Fula invaders, the importance of the city greatly declined.
Finally the Tuareg stood away and motioned for Bob to follow him up the path.
A man owed alliance to his immediate family, to his clan, his tribe, then to the Tuareg confederation—in decreasing degree.Black Man's Burden|Dallas McCord Reynolds
Further back and in the form of a crescent were possibly two or three hundred Tuareg of all ages and both sexes.Border, Breed Nor Birth|Dallas McCord Reynolds
Meanwhile the Tuareg had jumped in surprise at the sound of the gun and was now looking at his benefactor thankfully.