Chad 2007

Chad 2007

Africa
Yearbook 2007 Chad. The year began with an emergency permit in large parts of Chad. It had been introduced at the end of 2006 due to the fierce fighting between the government army and rebel forces, mainly in eastern Chad at the border with the Sudanese war-torn Darfur and the troubled Central African Republic. The crisis in the east continued during the year. Hundreds of thousands of refugees from Darfur and the Central African Republic, but also internal refugees, lived there in miserable conditions and were subjected to attacks by rebel groups moving across borders. Chad and Sudan accused each other of supporting government-hostile rebels on both sides of the border. According to abbreviationfinder: CD is the 2-letter acronym for the country of Chad. According to CountryAAH, N’Djamena is the…
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