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April 15

  • Angola/Chad Sign Legal Instruments

    ANGOP

    Angola and Chad signed today, Tuesday, in Luanda, three legal instruments in the framework of strengthening bilateral cooperation between the two African countries. Read more »

  • 334 Sudanese Refugee Students Sit Exams in Chad

    Radio Dabanga

    From the refugee camps of Eastern Chad, 334 Sudanese students are currently sitting for their Sudanese Certificate examinations. Speaking from the Sudanese-Chadian Friendship... Read more »

  • President Idriss Deby at Angolan Parliament

    ANGOP

    The Chadian Head of State, Idriss Deby, who is in Luanda since Monday, arrived in the National Assembly, to participate in a extraordinary solemn session of the Angolan parliament,... Read more »

  • Angolan and Chadian Presidents Meet

    ANGOP

    The Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos and Chadian counterpart, Idriss Deby Itno, are gathered this Tuesday at Luanda's Presidential Palace, to discuss issues... Read more »

  • Vouchers the Best Tool to Support Central African Refugees in Chad

    WFP

    At the end of March, WFP began the first large-scale distributions of food vouchers to respond quickly and effectively to the growing humanitarian needs of populations that have... Read more »



April 14



April 13

  • 15 Die in Chad-Sudan Border Clash

    Radio Dabanga

    At least 15 people were killed, dozens injured, and others captured in a clash on Thursday between Chadian troops and the Chadian opposition on the Sudanese-Chadian border.... Read more »



April 12

  • Chadian President Expected in Luanda On Monday

    ANGOP

    The President of the Republic of Chad, Idriss Déby Itno, is expected on Monday in Luanda, for a 48-hour official visit in Angola, under the relaunching of the bilateral... Read more »



April 09



April 08

  • Unicef Re-establishing Basic Services

    VOA

    A top official of the U.N. children's fund said stronger peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts are needed in Central African Republic. The country has been wracked by... Read more »

  • NGO-NGO Learning: What Works? [analysis]

    IRIN

    A whole industry has emerged to foster humanitarian learning and, in the main, actors are increasingly collaborative and open when it comes to learning lessons from emergencies.... Read more »



April 07



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April 04

  • UN Accuses Chad Soldiers of Bangui Attack

    UN News

    A preliminary investigation by the United Nations human rights office into the deadly events that took place on 29 March in a suburb of Bangui, the crisis-riven capital of the... Read more »

  • Chadian Soldiers Accused of Firing on Civilians

    VOA

    An investigation by U.N. human rights monitors has found that on March 29, Chadian soldiers fired on civilians in the Central African Republic's capital, killing and wounding... Read more »

  • Chad Withdrawal From CAR Raises Risks

    VOA

    Many people in the Central African Republic are welcoming Chad's decision to withdraw its troops from the African Union peacekeeping force in the country. Read more »

  • UN Accuses Chad Soldiers of Unprovoked CAR Attack

    Deutsche Welle

    The UN has accused Chadian soldiers of carrying out an unprovoked attack in the Central African Republic's capital Bangui. On Thursday, Chad announced the withdrawal of its troops... Read more »

  • Water Scarce in Chad Camp for Sudanese Refugees

    Radio Dabanga

    The Sudanese refugees living in camp Farchana in eastern Chad have complained of a scarcity and lack of drinking water. Mohamed Daffala, the head of the camp told Radio Dabanga... Read more »



April 03

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