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Stephanie Hancock

Stephanie Hancock

    Traumatised Darfur refugees seek safety in Chad
    Traumatised Darfur refugees seek safety in Chad
    The sun-blasted desert between this small Chadian border town and Sudan's Darfur is scattered with stunted trees and thorny shrubs.
    Chad army instils fear as emergency declared
    Chad army instils fear as emergency declared
    A state of emergency declared in Chad will do little to calm nerves among residents in the capital, Ndjamena, many of whom complain soldiers are...
    From bad to worse in Chad
    From bad to worse in Chad
    Insecurity in eastern Chad is worsening as President Idriss Déby Itno's armed forces battle rebels on several fronts.
    Smouldering bodies remain after fighting in Chad
    Smouldering bodies remain after fighting in Chad
    Charred bodies and burnt-out trucks still lie on the blackened grass in a valley in eastern Chad two days after the fighting moved further...
    Chad rebels declare war on French, foreign forces
    Chad rebels declare war on French, foreign forces
    Chadian anti-government rebels on Friday declared a "state of war" against French and foreign military forces in an apparent warning to a European...
    Chad rebels issue warning to EU force
    Chad rebels issue warning to EU force
    Chadian rebels warned a European Union peacekeeping force bound for eastern Chad on Wednesday not to side with President Idriss Déby Itno,...
    Rebels, army clash in Chad as truce ends
    Rebels, army clash in Chad as truce ends
    Rebels and government soldiers fought gun battles in eastern Chad on Monday near the border with Sudan's Darfur region after two rebel groups ended...
    NGO hid truth of operations
    NGO hid truth of operations
    A group of French charity workers arrested in Chad on child kidnapping charges went to extraordinary lengths to keep their adoption operation under...
    Chad protesters: 'No to child-trafficking'
    Chad protesters: 'No to child-trafficking'
    Chadians chanting "No to the slave trade, no to child-trafficking" protested on Wednesday against a French group accused of trying to illegally fly...
    Chad charges French, Spanish in 'adoption' saga
    Chad charges French, Spanish in 'adoption' saga
    Chadian authorities charged nine French nationals on Tuesday with abduction and fraud after they were detained trying to fly 103 African children...
    Victims of forgotten conflict
    Victims of forgotten conflict
    Jacques Bissari is 70 and nearly crippled. Every day he lives in fear that attackers will come to kill him, but he cannot leave his home because he...
    Bush war leaves CAR villages deserted
    Bush war leaves CAR villages deserted
    The village of Korosigna in northern Central African Republic (CAR) is barely recognisable to those who once lived there.