TCHAD | CHAD

26-Apr-2021 to 15:50

Chad gets new transitional Prime Minister

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) — 54-year-old Albert Pahimi Padacke, who came second in the April11, 2021 presidential election in Chad, is appointed Prime Minister for the 18-month transition decided by the ruling junta.

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26-Apr-2021 to 15:40

Chad: Military council takes hard line with rebels

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) — Chad’s ruling military junta refuses to negotiate with the rebels of the ‘Front pour l’Alternance et la Concorde’ in Chad (FACT) despite a mediation launched by some G5 Sahel member countries.

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23-Apr-2021 to 17:13

Chad: Macron backs Déby’s son as successor

APA-N'Djamena (Chad) — France will never let Chad be threatened by other forces, Emmanuel Macron said in N’Djamena during the funeral of Idriss Déby Itno who died at the age of 68 earlier this week.

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23-Apr-2021 to 16:29

Deby: the loss of France's "finest African soldier"

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) — President Emmanuel Macron was in Chad (Friday) to attend the funeral of his late Chadian counterpart Idriss Deby, regarded as France’s best military ally in Africa.

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22-Apr-2021 to 18:47

Post-Deby Chad adopts transition charter

APA-N'Djamena (Chad) — The Transition Military Council (TMC) in Chad which took over the country after the death of Idriss Déby Itno was confirmed, has approved a basic blueprint containing 104 articles.

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21-Apr-2021 to 17:45

Chad: what next after Deby’s demise?

APA-Ndjamena (Chad) — In this interview with the African Press Agency (APAnews), Professor Zacharia Ousmane Ramadan, president of the Chadian Centre for Strategic Studies and Prospective Analysis (CCSSPA), spoke about Idriss Deby's dominance of Chad for the past thirty years, the consequences of his death on the country's stability and his commitment to the fight against jihadism in the Sahel.

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21-Apr-2021 to 10:27

Chad: Deby's death "bad news for France"

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) — The death of Chad's President comes as bad news for France, of which Idriss Deby Itno was one of the toughest military allies in Africa.

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