Revolutionary Liberation Army of Azawad

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Revolutionary Liberation Army of Azawad (in French: Armée Revolutionnaire de Libération de l'Azawad), a Tuareg militant rebel group in northern Mali. ARLA surged as a dissident group opposing the Tamanrasset Accords. In December 1991 ARLA joined the United Movements and Fronts of Azawad (MFUA), which unitedly signed the National Pact peace treaty.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Togo, Theodore (2002). "The Rebellion In The North Of Mali". Peacebuilding: A Caritas Training Manual. Caritas Internationalis. pp. 232–235. 
  2. ^ Jean Sebastian Lecocq. That desert is our country: Tuareg rebellions and competing nationalisms in contemporary Mali (1946-1996). Universiteit van Amsterdam, (2002).
  3. ^ Jean-Marc Balencie, Arnaud de La Grange. Mondes rebelles: guerres civiles et violences politiques. Michalon, (1999) ISBN 978-2-84186-091-3 p.264-5