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Support Chad president, says UN  The Security Council has called on all member-states to back the Chadian government following 2 days of clashes with rebels in Ndjamena Ceasefire in fighting as thousands flee  Foreign Minister: Army has driven the rebels out of the capital and the rebels are now on the run President 'in control of entire country'  Idriss Deby claimed his government was in control of the entire country Chad demands Darfur refugees' removal  Prime minister blamed the influx of some 300,000 refugees from the neighboring region for his country's worsening tensions with Sudan Darfur refugees flee into Chad  Fighting in the volatile region has sparked a another wave of refugees into Chad and left a Red Cross employee dead   Chad declares state of emergency  President Deby declared a nationwide state of emergency, telling citizens that tightened controls are needed to restore order   Sudan and Chad strike peace deal
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B. 01-31 Attacks force UN to leave refugee camps Guereda, Chad
C. 02-01 France moving troops to Chad Chad
02-02 Rebels move in on Chad capital N'Djamena, Chad
4. 02-02 Rebels 'to resume offensive' Chad
5. 02-03 More flee Chad as fighting rages Chad
6. 02-04 Rebels withdraw from capital Chad
H. 02-05 Ceasefire in fighting as thousands flee Chad
I. 02-06 President 'in control of entire country' Chad

Rebels 'to resume offensive'   Rebels have said they will resume their assault on N'Djamena after seizing large parts of the capital More flee Chad as fighting rages  Chadian forces backed by tanks and helicopter gunships battled rebels who claim to have trapped the president in his palace Rebels withdraw from capital
Attacks force UN to leave refugee camps   A series of armed attacks in the eastern town has forced the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees to pull most of its staff France moving troops to Chad  The French Defense Ministry is dispatching 140 soldiers from Gabon to N'Djamena as a precaution to protect French citizens Rebels move in on Chad capital Map of N%27Djamena Chad

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February 2008 ... more > Top ^
  Ambassador to the U.S. has insisted that an uprising is being quashed by government troops amid reports that 400 rebels had entered the city
 Rebels had surrounded the palace. The rebels began their advance on N'Djamena from near border with Sudan earlier this week. Both the Chad and Sudan support rebels in each others' territory
  Rebels fighting government forces had withdrawn from the capital to allow the civilian population the chance to escape.    Thousands of people ...

March 2008 ... more > Top ^
  Chad's Idriss Deby and Sudan's Omar al-Bashir have signed an accord aimed at halting five years of hostilities between the two countries
Mar.31   Aid workers free after Chad pardon
  6 French aid workers convicted of plotting to kidnap African children for adoption in Europe have been released from prison
 The members of a charity were convicted of kidnapping 103 African children in Chad

May 2008 ... more > Top ^
May.10     Sudan cuts Chad ties over attack Map of Khartoum Sudan
  Sudan is blaming it for helping rebels from Darfur to launch an attack on Sudan's capital, Khartoum
May.11   Sudan 'can prove Chad rebel role'
  Sudan's ambassador to the UN: Sudan has proof that Chad helped Darfur rebels in their invasion of Omdurman

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