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News Chad » Salamat: Wave of nomadic pastoral refugees hits Chad

News channel or source: http://www.irinnews.org/news/2013/08/28/wave-nomadic-pastoral-refugees-hits-chad
Publication date: Wednesday 28 August 2013

Southeastern Chad is dominated by ethnic Salamat pastoralists who also live across the border in Darfur. Given the potential for tension between the host communities and the nomadic pastoral refugees, Balde said, "people who are constantly on the move are ...

News Chad » Salamat: "Ten-fold rise" in new cases of malaria in Chad

News channel or source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-23961440
Publication date: Wednesday 04 September 2013

These are external links and will open in a new window An emergency operation is under way in the Salamat region of Chad after an "alarming" rise in cases of malaria. Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said the number of reported new cases rose from 1,228 in ...

News Chad » Salamat: Chad Expands Conservation Area Under New Agreement

News channel or source: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/chad-expands-conservation-area-under-130000886.html
Publication date: onday 09 October 2017

The Government of the Republic of Chad and African Parks announced on Tuesday October 10 th the signing of an agreement for the management and protection of key reserves Siniaka Minia, Bahr-Salamat and wildlife corridors around Zakouma National Park ...

News Chad » Salamat: The World's Poorest Regions Are not Always Where You'd Expect

News channel or source: http://time.com/3656353/poorest-regions-world/
Publication date: uesday 06 January 2015

In the poorest among them, Chad’s southern Salamat region, 98 percent of the inhabitants, or 354,000 people, are considered multi-dimensionally poor. By delving into regional data, the study also identified major differences within countries. In Nigeria ...

News Chad » Salamat: 'We killed 100', Darfur tribe says of rival clashes

News channel or source: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/07/30/killed-100-darfur-tribe-says-rival-clashes.html
Publication date: onday 29 July 2013

The Salamat said 52 of their men died during those clashes in the southwest of Darfur on the borders with Chad and the Central African Republic. Inter-tribal and inter-ethnic fighting has been the major source of violence in Darfur this year, where an ...

News Chad » Salamat: Chad extends key conservation area in national park

News channel or source: https://citizen.co.za/news/news-africa/1686047/chad-environment-wildlife-species/
Publication date: uesday 10 October 2017

African Parks is to take over management and protection of a territory of high ecological value that lies around the vast Zakouma National Park in southern Chad. The programme will help beef up security at the Siniaka Minia and Bahr-Salamat reserves around ...

News Chad » Salamat: Emergency measures in Chad

News channel or source: http://www.economist.com/node/8311910
Publication date: uesday 21 November 2006

The situation in Ouaddai and Salamat adds to the feeling of uncertainty in the country, and suggests that Chad's president will struggle to maintain his grasp on power. Mr Deby Itno faces increasing threats from several armed opposition groups ...

News Chad » Salamat: Chad: Wave of Nomadic Pastoral Refugees Hits Chad

News channel or source: http://allafrica.com/stories/201308290931.html
Publication date: Wednesday 28 August 2013

N'djamena — Among the refugees entering southeastern Chad from the Darfur region of neighbouring Sudan in the past few months are thousands of nomadic pastoralists ... wave of violence in Darfur between the Salamat and Misseriya ethnic groups, according ...

News Chad » Salamat: "Ten-fold rise" in new cases of malaria in Chad

News channel or source: http://www.bbc.com/news/health-23961440
Publication date: Wednesday 04 September 2013

An emergency operation is under way in the Salamat region of Chad after an "alarming" rise in cases of malaria. Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said the number of reported new cases rose from 1,228 in the first week of August to 14,021 by the end of the month.