Niger's Tuareg community seeks stability

Niger's Tuareg community held a festival on Tuesday to honour 22 years of peace with the government. But tribal leaders meeting in the northwestern region of Tahoua warn that poverty and armed groups have to be tackled to guarantee stability.

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    Niger's Tuareg community held a festival on Tuesday to honour 22 years of peace with the government.

    But tribal leaders meeting in the northwestern region of Tahoua warn that poverty, drought and armed groups have to be tackled to guarantee stability.

    Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports.


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