Chad Reopens Borders After President Deby’s Death

A Russian made T-55 tank in seen stationed at a roundabout in the city of N’Djamena, Chad, on April 19, 2021. The Chadian army said on April 19, 2021 it had killed 300 rebels in the north of the country at the weekend, adding that it had lost five of its soldiers.


Chad reopened its borders on Wednesday, a day after they were closed following the death in combat of president Idriss Deby Itno, the country’s new transitional military council said.



A curfew — also imposed after the veteran leader’s death on Tuesday — would now start from 8 pm instead of 6 pm, according to a statement signed by the military council’s spokesman Azem Bermandoa Agouna.


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