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Chad army in clash at eastern border town

Chadian rebel and government forces clashed on the border with Sudan at the weekend as the rebels briefly occupied part of a frontier town to help two army officers and their men desert, a rebel leader said on Sunday. Chad’s government said Tine on the frontier with Sudan was attacked by “mercenaries in the pay of Khartoum”, the term it uses to describe rebels opposed to President Idriss Deby who has ruled the landlocked central African oil producer since 1990. Full Story

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