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News: Chad

We have started to collect the most important news related to Chad in November 2005. By default, most recent news are listed first.

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Darfur 'genocide crosses to Chad'

Tuesday, November 7th 2006, 15:57

Chad's government accuses Sudan of "exporting the genocide" in Darfur across the border.
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Chad army chief shot by rebels

Monday, October 30th 2006, 10:37

One of Chad's top army officers is shot dead in clashes with rebels seeking to oust President Deby.
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Chad soldiers clash with rebels

Sunday, October 29th 2006, 13:17

Fighting breaks out in eastern Chad between the army and rebels seeking to oust President Deby.
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Niger suspending Arab expulsions

Friday, October 27th 2006, 14:18
related countries: Niger Niger

Niger's government suspends a controversial decision to deport thousands of Arabs back to Chad.
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Sudan 'arming rebels' in Chad

Wednesday, October 25th 2006, 15:51
related places: N'Djamena

Sudan's authorities are arming rebels reported to be advancing towards N'Djamena, alleges Chad's government.
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Niger's Arabs to fight expulsion

Wednesday, October 25th 2006, 13:38
related countries: Niger Niger

Leaders of around 150,000 Arabs in Niger say they will fight moves to expel them to Chad in the courts.
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Army alert to counter Chad rebels

Tuesday, October 24th 2006, 14:59

Security is tightened in the Chad capital, N'Djamena, amid reports that rebels are moving towards the city.
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Rebels attack eastern Chad town

Sunday, October 22nd 2006, 23:31
related places: Goz Beida

Fighting breaks out in eastern Chad, with a rebel alliance claiming to have seized the town of Goz Beida.
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Darfur violence hits Chad again

Thursday, October 12th 2006, 0:56
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Fresh attacks by Janjaweed militia hit villages in eastern Chad, over 60 km from the Sudanese border.
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Sudan violence on Chad border

Sunday, October 8th 2006, 22:16
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Sudan's army clashes with rebels from the Justice and Equality Movement close to the border with Chad.
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Chad settles oil taxes dispute

Saturday, October 7th 2006, 14:16

Chad resolves a row with two foreign oil companies after they agree to pay millions in overdue taxes.
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Chad oil tax row 'not asset grab'

Wednesday, August 30th 2006, 16:03

Chad softens demands for a stake in the country's oil consortium, but says two of its firms owe $500m in tax.
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Chad demands stake in oil output

Tuesday, August 29th 2006, 16:28

President Idriss Deby says Chad must have a 60% share in oil output, amid a row with foreign firms.
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Chad oil company deadline expires

Monday, August 28th 2006, 8:29

A 24-hour deadline for two foreign oil firms to leave Chad expires, as three ministers are sacked in a row over tax.
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Chad orders foreign oil firms out

Saturday, August 26th 2006, 19:28

Chad's president orders US and Malaysian oil giants to leave the country on Sunday in a surprise move.
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Chad and Sudan resume relations

Wednesday, August 9th 2006, 10:18
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Chad and Sudan say they are resuming diplomatic ties, broken when Chad accused Sudan of backing rebels.
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Bashir makes surprise Chad visit

Tuesday, August 8th 2006, 15:22

Sudan's leader makes a surprise visit to Chad, to attend President Deby's inauguration.
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Chad and Sudan unite over rebels

Wednesday, July 26th 2006, 16:07
related countries: Sudan Sudan

Chad and Sudan agree a deal not to host each other's rebel groups on their territory after months of tensions.
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