More than 400 rebels in Chad were handed life sentences on Tuesday following the death of former ruler Idriss Deby Itno, who was killed in 2021, a public prosecutor told AFP. After a mass trial, they were sentenced for "acts of terrorism, mercenarism, recruitment of child soldiers and assaulting the head of state," said Mahamat…
Chad has lifted the suspension of political activities by several opposition parties imposed following a violent crackdown on demonstrations three months ago
The government in Chad said Thursday that it had foiled an "attempted destabilisation" plot by army officers and a prominent human rights activist. A group of 11 officers, led by Baradine Berdei Targuio, president of the Chadian Organisation of Human Rights, were behind the attempt, according to a government statement. The security services arrested those…
A Chadian court has handed jail terms of between two and three years to 262 people who were arrested after deadly protests in October, the public prosecutor said on Monday.
Nigeria’s adoption of Africa as the centrepiece of its foreign policy to liberate the continent from external influence, especially political and economic exploitation by the Western capitalist world, seems to be under threat
The Presidency, yesterday, expressed satisfaction with the current bilateral relationship between Nigeria and its neighbours, confirming that such ties have helped, especially, in addressing border insecurity, illegal arms import and smuggling.
Around 10 soldiers were killed and others wounded early Tuesday when jihadists attacked an army position in western Chad, the presidential office said.
More than 620 people, including dozens of minors, have been arrested in Chad, the public prosecutor said Friday, after anti-regime protests that left at least 50 dead.
The leaders of Chad's main opposition groups said on Wednesday that they had been forced into hiding over fears for their safety, following a deadly crackdown on anti-junta demonstrations.
Of the over 38.8 million people affected by flooding in Nigeria, Pakistan, India, Chad and South Sudan, Save the Children International (SCI), yesterday, confirmed that the most populous black nation accounted
Deadly clashes between police and demonstrators protesting at the military's grip on power erupted in Chad on Thursday, claiming "about 30" lives, including around 10 members of the security forces, according to an official toll.
Nomadic herder Fatime Tchari fended off a hungry calf as she tried to squeeze the last drops of milk from an emaciated cow in an arid corner of southern Chad.