TCHAD | CHAD

04-Mar-2021 to 09:52

Chad: Deby faces six challengers for presidency

APA-N'Djaména (Chad) — It's a crowded field for Chad's presidential elections as seven out of the ten candidates cleared by the electoral commission look poised to run for the country's highest office.

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02-Mar-2021 to 18:11

Tension rises ahead of Chad’s presidential election

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) — The attempted tank arrest of opposition leader Yaya Dillo in the Chadian capital N'Djamena has left several people dead amid tensions ahead of the country's presidential elections.

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15-Feb-2021 to 21:13

G5 Sahel: "Barkhane has become fraught with political risk"

APA - Paris (France) — As the G5 Sahel summit holds in the Chadian capital N'Djamena on 15 and 16 February 2021, APA News picks the brain of renowned political analyst, recognized expert on Sahel, journalist and writer Seidik Abba over the stakes.

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15-Feb-2021 to 13:09

N’Djamena: A G5 summit without France

APA-N'Djamena (Chad) — A G5 Sahel summit opened in the Chadian capital N’Djamena on Monday, without the physical presence of the French president who is participating by videoconference.

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16-Apr-2020 to 16:15

Chad earmarks CFA 943bn to fight Covid-19

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) — Chad's President Idriss Deby, in an address to the Nation Wednesday evening, pledged, as part of the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic, to provide social and economic assistance to the populations and other economic operators to enable them to cope with the crisis.

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10-Apr-2020 to 12:58

Chad says 11,000 Boko Haram fighters, 52 soldiers died in fierce battle

APA - Ndjamena (Chad) — Chad’s Army Operation dubbed “Anger of Boma” that was launched at the end of March against the terrorist sect Boko Haram in the islands of Lake Chad ended yesterday with 52 Chadian soldiers killed and a thousand terrorists neutralized, the Army said.

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07-Apr-2020 to 18:41

Habré’s release a sledgehammer blow to the head - victims

APA-N'Djamena (Chad) — News of the temporary release of former Chadian president Hissène Habré by the Senegalese justice system over Covid-19 fears was on Tuesday very badly received in N’Djamena by victims of his regime (1982-1990).

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