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Known as 'The Hendrix of the Sahara', Vieux Farka Toure was born in Niafunke, Mali in 1981.
One election official was killed in northern Niafunke, in Timbuktu region.
Au Musee national du Mali, une exposition de photos donnent a voir une triple facette de lui : le musicien, le cultivateur et le maire de Niafunke, ville du nord du Mali ou il avait une ferme et ou il a ete inhume.
He is from Niafunke, Mali, and is the son the late and genuinely iconic Malian guitar legend and Grammy winner Ali Farka Toure, who died in 2006.
"After the coup," Toure recalls, "nearly my entire family that normally lives in Niafunke in the north of the country moved down to the capital Bamako.
Ten percent of the sales of this disc go to fight malaria in Niafunke, the northern Malian home of Ali and Vieux.
Toure was first a farmer and, for a large part of his life, he dedicated his time and resources to better the agricultural and social situation in Niafunke, his home village in the semi-desert region in northern Mali.
Et pour gouverner et faire face a Soumaila Cisse, le candidat malheureux au second tour de la presidentielle qui est pressenti pour etre le chef de l'opposition parlementaire des qu'il a ete elu au premier tour dans sa circonscription de Niafunke, pres de Tombouctou.
After his father died while serving in the French army, the family moved south along the river to a home at Niafunke, one of the larger villages scattered around this sparse, arid semi-desert region of Mali.