Hassabo Heads Meeting On Sudanese – Chadian Borders Development Conference

[SNA] Khartoum -The Vice-President of the Republic, Hassabou Mohamed Abdul;-Rahman chaired in the Republic an Palace Thursday , meeting on arrangements for the Sudanese-Chadian Borders Development Conference set to take pace in Al-Genaina town , capita…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Vice-President of the Republic, Hassabou Mohamed Abdul;-Rahman chaired in the Republic an Palace Thursday , meeting on arrangements for the Sudanese-Chadian Borders Development Conference set to take pace in Al-Genaina town , capital of West Darfur State , April 24-25 with participation of Presidents of the two countries, political parties , native administrations and businessmen in Sudan and Chad.

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North Darfur, UNHCR Receive 53 Sudanese Refugees From Chad

[Radio Dabanga] Tina -Fifty-three Sudanese refugees have returned to Sudan after living in eastern Chad for more than 14 years. The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the Commissioner of Refugees (COR) welcomed the first convoy in North Darfur.

[Radio Dabanga] Tina -Fifty-three Sudanese refugees have returned to Sudan after living in eastern Chad for more than 14 years. The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and the Commissioner of Refugees (COR) welcomed the first convoy in North Darfur.

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Darfur Camp Closes As Chadian Refugees Return Home

[Radio Dabanga] Mukjar -The Mukjar refugee camp in Central Darfur is set to close as the last camp residents returned to their home country, Chad, assisted by the UN Refugee Agency.

[Radio Dabanga] Mukjar -The Mukjar refugee camp in Central Darfur is set to close as the last camp residents returned to their home country, Chad, assisted by the UN Refugee Agency.

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U.S. Drops Travel Ban for Citizens of Chad

[Deutsche Welle] The White House has lauded Chad’s efforts to bolster security and share critical passenger data. But Donald Trump said the travel ban will remain in place for six other countries that “did not make notable improvements.”

[Deutsche Welle] The White House has lauded Chad's efforts to bolster security and share critical passenger data. But Donald Trump said the travel ban will remain in place for six other countries that "did not make notable improvements."

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Joint Submission to the Universal Periodic Review of Chad

[HRW] This submission focuses on one issue: the Chadian government’s failure to make reparations to victims of Hissène Habré-era abuses despite its legal obligations and a 2015 decision by a Chadian court ordering it to provide compensation to over 7,000 victims.

[HRW] This submission focuses on one issue: the Chadian government's failure to make reparations to victims of Hissène Habré-era abuses despite its legal obligations and a 2015 decision by a Chadian court ordering it to provide compensation to over 7,000 victims.

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Ministry of Commerce Considers Activation of Border Trade Between West Darfur and Chad

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Trade Hatim Al-Sir Ali has stressed the need to simplify procedures in the transit trade with the countries that use the Sudanese ports across the western borders with the State of West Darfur as well as the facilitation…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Trade Hatim Al-Sir Ali has stressed the need to simplify procedures in the transit trade with the countries that use the Sudanese ports across the western borders with the State of West Darfur as well as the facilitation of the work at the border crossings.

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Government Fails Ex-Dictator’s Victims

[HRW] Ndjamena -The Chadian government has yet to provide court-ordered reparations to 7,000 victims of grave crimes under the rule of former dictator Hissène Habré, four human rights groups said today. Chad’s lack of action is a failure of its obligations to Habré’s victims.

[HRW] Ndjamena -The Chadian government has yet to provide court-ordered reparations to 7,000 victims of grave crimes under the rule of former dictator Hissène Habré, four human rights groups said today. Chad's lack of action is a failure of its obligations to Habré's victims.

source: AllAfrica News: Chad