Timbuktu has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'War News Updates' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Timbuktu had the highest popularity figure in August, 2016.
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[...] in Africa in cultures and communities that most of my countrymen couldn’t find on a map. Timbuktu was the cradle of science and culture for hundreds of years. The great Christian thinkers that [...]
[...] world including New York, Sydney, Tokyo, London, Dacca, Stockholm, Toronto, Bogota, Agra, and Timbuktu. Same as other paper artworks from the French artist, these cityscapes are also built in toilet [...]
[...] settle in Angola 1581 The Moroccans begin to expand across the Sahara 1590 The Moroccans capture Timbuktu 1591 The Moroccans destroy the Empire of Songhai 1652 The Dutch conquer South Africa 1700 The [...]
[...] , Istanbul, Miami, Kyoto, and Venice on the one hand and Chamonix, the Zambesi and the Okavango, Timbuktu, the East African Rift Valley, and the Karakoram highway on the other hand. The book is [...]
[...] posters) of sufi leaders in West Africa and North Africa. In Senegal, Mauretania, Nigeria, Mali (Timbuktu) and other West African countries, sufi leaders or sufi tok gurus are like rock stars among [...]
[...] , who released Planet Murk last fall. Now the trio of Backburner affiliated artists Chokeules, Timbuktu, and Savilion are back once again with their strongest album to date, Pray To Science. Title: [...]
[...] an Islamist militant has been sentenced to nine years in prison for destroying historic sites in Timbuktu; and the Americas have rid themselves of a deadly virus, which is no measly thing. Snapshot [...]