Music helps unite West Africa's Taureg community

The Tuareg community in the West African country of Mali has been divided by years of conflict. Many are living in exile or as refugees.

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    The Tuareg community in the West African country of Mali has been divided by years of conflict. Many are living in exile or as refugees.

    But one thing that binds them together is the sound of the Tehardent.

    Al Jazeera’s Mohamed Vall reports.


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