June 21, 2022

Chad: New Population of Critically Endangered Kordofan Giraffes Found in Chad

Conservationists in the central African nation of Chad have discovered a new population of critically-endangered Kordofan giraffes, best known for their plain white knee-high 'socks'.
June 7, 2022

Chad Declares Food Emergency As Grain Supplies Fall

Chad's transitional government has declared a food and nutrition emergency in the wake of the Ukraine war and a poor harvest. In neighboring Niger and much of the African continent, food insecurity is skyrocketing.
June 6, 2022

Opposition leaders in Chad sentenced for disturbing public order

The demonstrators protested against France's perceived interference in Chadian politics
June 6, 2022

Trial of Chadian opposition leaders arrested over anti-France protest opens

The trial of 6 Chadian opposition leaders set to start Monday in the capital will finally take place 300 km away in the city of Moussoro. The public prosecutor of the court of first instance cited security concerns.
June 3, 2022

Chad declares food emergency, calls for help from local and foreign partners

Chad’s appeal comes as a meeting between the AU chairperson, the chairman of the AU commission and the Russian President is scheduled Friday. The African leaders will mediate the war in Ukraine and discuss the release of stocks of grain and fertilizer whose blockage affects importing nations.
May 31, 2022

Chad – Release Opposition Members and Supporters

Press Release - Drop Charges and Allow Right to Peaceful Protest
May 31, 2022

Chad: Over 100 Gold Miners Killed in Clashes, Says Chad Government

Clashes last week between gold miners in the country's north left more than 100 people dead, the Chadian government said.
May 30, 2022

Around 100 dead in clashes between gold miners in Chad

A hundred people were killed a week ago in clashes between gold miners in a remote desert region of northern Chad.
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