Touré (author)

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Touré is the French transcription of a West African surname (the English transcription is Turay). Notable people with the name include:

  • Ahmed Touré (born 1987), Ivorian footballer (Lokeren)
  • Ahmed Sékou Touré (1922-1984), Guinean politician, first President of Guinea (1958-1984)
  • Aida Touré, Gabonese poet, artist and composer
  • Alhassane Touré (born 1984), Malian footballer (Schaffhausen)
  • Ali Farka Touré (1939-2006), Malian musician, father of Vieux Farka Touré
  • Alioune Touré (born 1978), French footballer (Nantes)
  • Almamy Touré (born 1996), Malian footballer (AS Monaco FC)
  • Amadou Touré (born 1982), Burkinabé footballer (R.A.E.C. Mons)
  • Amadou Toumani Touré (born 1948), Malian politician, former President of Mali (2002-2012)
  • Aminatou Maïga Touré, Nigerien diplomat
  • Ansu Toure (born 1981), Liberian footballer (Vancouver Whitecaps)
  • Askia M. Touré (born 1938), American poet and essayist
  • Assimiou Touré (born 1988), Togolese footballer (KFC Uerdingen)
  • Bassala Touré (born 1976), Malian footballer (Levadiakos)
  • Bassary Touré, Malian economist and politician
  • Cheikh Touré (born 1970), French athlete (long jump)
  • Demba Touré (born 1984), Senegalese footballer (Grasshopper)
  • Doudou Touré (born 1991), Mauritanian footballer (Vancouver Whitecaps)
  • Hamadoun Touré, Malian diplomat, Secretary General of the International Telecommunications Union (2007–present)
  • Hervé Touré (born 1982), French basketball player
  • Ibrahim Touré (born 1985), Ivorian footballer (Smouha), brother of Kolo and Yaya Touré
  • Ibrahima Touré (born 1985), Senegalese footballer (Wydad Casablanca)
  • José Touré (born 1961), French footballer (Nantes)
  • Kolo Touré (born 1981), Ivorian footballer (Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City), brother of Yaya and Ibrahim Touré
  • Larsen Touré (born 1984), Guinean footballer (Lille)
  • Mamam Cherif Touré (born 1981), Togolese footballer (Livingston)
  • Samory Toure (c. 1830-1900), founder of the Wassoulou Empire
  • Sanoussi Touré (born c.1950), Malian politician
  • Sékou Touré (1934-2003), Ivorian footballer (Montpellier)
  • Sidi Touré (born 1959), Malian singer and songwriter
  • Sidya Touré (born 1945), Guinean politician, Prime Minister of Guinea (1996-1999)
  • Vieux Farka Touré (born 1981), Malian musician, son of Ali Farka Touré
  • Yaya Touré (born 1983), Ivorian footballer (Manchester City), brother of Kolo and Ibrahim Touré
  • Younoussi Touré (born 1941), Malian politician, Prime Minister of Mali (1992-1993)
  • Youssouf Touré (born 1986), French footballer (Tours)
  • Zargo Touré (born 1989), Senegalese footballer (Boulogne)
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