Lawyers for Chad's former ruler Hissene Habre argue trial by special court in Senegal was marred by procedural errors.
by Oualid Khelifi
War & Conflict
by Salil Shetty
Chad30 May 2016 16:21 GMT
Former military ruler Hissene Habre found guilty of crimes against humanity by Senegal court in landmark case.
Politics10 Apr 2016 20:54 GMT
President Idriss Deby, who came to power in a military coup in 1990, is expected to remain in office.
Boko Haram27 Feb 2016 05:12 GMT
Cameroon's government says joint operation with Nigerian forces in border town also managed to free 850 villagers.
Boko Haram06 Dec 2015 06:18 GMT
At least 19 people killed and 130 wounded in suspected Boko Haram attacks by young women on a busy market.
Boko Haram10 Nov 2015 14:14 GMT
Chadian army has been on the front line of a regional military operation against Boko Haram as attacks spread.
Chad15 Oct 2015 22:54 GMT
Women arrested in line with country's new counterterrorism laws, implemented to help prevent Boko Haram suicide attacks.
War & Conflict10 Oct 2015 18:23 GMT
At least 37 killed in triple bombings at a fish market and refugee camp believed to be carried out by Boko Haram group.
Human Rights07 Oct 2015 11:05 GMT
Hand of Boko Haram suspected as three suicide bombings across Damaturu in Yobe state kill 18 and injure dozens more.
Media22 Sep 2015 14:57 GMT
How some journalists describe places reveals much about their outlook – and about how they need to change.
Africa20 Jul 2015 21:00 GMT
Hissene Habre, once described as "Africa's Pinochet", is accused of crimes against humanity during his rule.
War & Conflict14 Jul 2015 01:23 GMT
Muhammadu Buhari names new army, navy, air force and defence chiefs in widely anticipated move.
War & Conflict12 Jul 2015 16:37 GMT
Authorities vow to implement ban on veil a day after Boko Haram bomber disguised as woman attacked market in capital.
War & Conflict11 Jul 2015 14:16 GMT
At least 17 killed after suspected Boko Haram fighter disguised as veiled woman strikes outside main market.
War & Conflict29 Jun 2015 15:16 GMT
Five officers and six suspected fighters die during police raid in capital said to be linked to June 15 bombing in city.
War & Conflict18 Jun 2015 13:13 GMT
N'Djamena carries out raids in retaliation for Monday's suspected Boko Haram attacks and bans the full-face veil.
by Salil Shetty
by Reed Brody
- Olivier Bercault
by Zainab Usman
by Fisayo Soyombo
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