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as ''salanga'' (sun-dried and lightly smoked ''Alestes'' and ''Hydrocynus'') or as ''banda'' (smoked large fish). "Symposium on the evaluation of fishery resources in the development and management of inland fisheries". CIFA Technical Paper No. 2. FAO. 29 November – 1 December 1972. ''Carcaje'' is a popular sweet red tea extracted from hibiscus leaves. Alcoholic beverages, though absent in the north

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, Togo, Cote d'Ivoire etc.), Central Africa and western Sudan (Chad, Central African Republic, Sudan, Equatorial Guinea), particularly amongst Muslims (Islam). Radio stations like BBC, Radio France Internationale, China Radio International, Voice of Russia, Voice of America, Deutsche Welle, and IRIB broadcast in Hausa. It is taught at universities in Africa and around the world. This policy has helped the Irish Defence Forces

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, with the offshore Western Saharan location being the result of an attempt to correct this to a more plausible location. A (re-)transposition of the original latitude and longitude gives a location off the Namibian coast, well within the regular wintering range of the species. As a result, they recommend that Cape Gannet be deleted from the Western Palearctic list. Computershare plays an active role in several charitable causes. Specifically, its Change a Life charity raises funds that are invested

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. It has been estimated by some keepers that fewer than 1% of imported animals reach 5 years, and by some in the reptile trade that the average life span of a Savannah Monitor after touching ground on US soil is 1 year, due to huge amounts of misinformation on their care. A good site providing information about proper care in captivity is http: According to the US conservative review ''National Interest'', Jacques Foccart played

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prototype, which would later become the SIG SG 550. Current career and future In December 2008, CNN's award winning documentary ''Planet in Peril'' featured Ling in the series' second installment, called "Battlelines". She was a correspondent that tracked excessive shark fishing in Costa Rica, elephant poaching in Chad, and gave people an inside look at the battle for the control over oil in Nigeria. January 6, 1981 (Tuesday) *The merger of Libya and Chad was announced in Tripoli by Libya's President Muammar al-Gaddafi, and his guest, President Goukouni Oueddei of Chad, who had taken power in December with the help of 4,000 Libyan troops. At WikiPedia:Chad Dmoz:Regional Africa Chad Commons:Category:Chad

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refugee camps in Chad. He was a speaker at Campus Progress's National Conference in 2008 where he discussed Darfur.

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starvation. thumb right Laure Souley holds her three-year-old daughter and an infant son at a MSF aide centre during the 2005 famine, Maradi Niger. (File:Maradi aidecentre Niger9aug2005 2.jpg) In Ethiopia, Libya, Chad, Egypt and Sudan, the International Atomic Energy Agency used such techniques to help local water policy deal with fossil water. '''Notes:''' #The westernmost point at which UTC+03 with no DST is applied is the Russian town of Baltiysk, in the Kaliningrad Oblast, at 19°55′E. Before 27 March 2011, it was the westernmost point of Sudan, in the West Darfur state, at the border with Chad; Geneina, the capital of West Darfur, located very close to that point, has a longitude of 22°27' E. #The easternmost point at which UTC+03 with no DST is applied is actually the easternmost point of Saudi Arabia, in the Eastern Province (Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia), at the border with Oman, with a longitude of roughly 55°20' E. - Chad, Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire), Ghana, Nigeria, Sudan, Uganda, Zimbabwe Setanta Sports Africa The game is centered on three campaigns, focusing on preventing drug shipments in Peru, to eliminating terrorist threats in Chad and Novoya Zemlya. Central African Republic Bush War 22px (Image:Flag of the Central African Republic.svg) Central African Republic 22px (Image:Flag of Chad.svg) Chad WikiPedia:Chad Dmoz:Regional Africa Chad Commons:Category:Chad

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. - The fair The advertising campaign, made on national and African levels, brought together 244 Burkinabé craftsmen and 20 exhibiting countries such as Algeria, Benin, Burundi, Central African Republic, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Morocco, Mauritania, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Chad, Togo, Tunisia, Guadeloupe, France, Pakistan, Philippines. ''Gloire'' initially stayed loyal to the Vichy France Vichy

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'''Chad''' ), officially the '''Republic of Chad''', is a landlocked country in Central Africa. It is bordered by Libya to the north, Sudan to the east, the Central African Republic to the south, Cameroon and Nigeria to the southwest and Niger to the west. It is the fifth largest country in Africa in terms of area.

Chad is divided into multiple regions: a desert zone in the north, an arid Sahelian belt in the centre and a more fertile Sudanese (Sudan (region)) savanna zone in the south. Lake Chad, after which the country is named, is the largest wetland in Chad and the second-largest in Africa. N'Djamena, the capital, is the largest city. Chad is home to over 200 different ethnic (List of ethnic groups in Chad) and linguistic groups (Languages of Chad). Arabic (Arabic language) and French (French language) are the official languages. Islam and Christianity are the most widely practiced religions.

Beginning in the 7th millennium BC, human populations moved into the Chadian basin in great numbers. By the end of the 1st millennium BC, a series of states and empires rose and fell in Chad's Sahelian strip, each focused on controlling the trans-Saharan trade routes that passed through the region. France conquered the territory by 1920 and incorporated it as part of French Equatorial Africa. In 1960, Chad obtained independence under the leadership of François Tombalbaye. Resentment towards his policies in the Muslim north culminated in the eruption of a long-lasting civil war (The Tombalbaye Regime#Rebellion in Chad) in 1965. In 1979, the rebels (Transitional Government of National Unity) conquered the capital and put an end to the south's hegemony. However, the rebel commanders fought amongst themselves until Hissène Habré defeated his rivals. He was overthrown in 1990 by his general Idriss Déby. Since 2003, the Darfur crisis (Darfur conflict) in Sudan has spilt over the border and destabilised the nation (War in Chad (2005–present)), with hundreds of thousands of Sudanese refugees living in and around camps in eastern Chad.

While many political parties are active, power lies firmly in the hands of President Déby and his political party, the Patriotic Salvation Movement. Chad remains plagued by political violence and recurrent attempted coups d'état (coup d'état). Chad is one of the poorest (List of countries by GDP (nominal) per capita) and most corrupt (Corruption Perceptions Index) countries in the world; most inhabitants live in poverty as subsistence herders and farmers (Agriculture in Chad). Since 2003, crude oil (petroleum) has become the country's primary source of export earnings, superseding the traditional cotton industry.

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