Chad & Darfur, in photos

Daniel Pepper’s Darfur photoessay at Mother Jones. Worth keeping in mind: “Chad is a sister state to Darfur.” Says Dr. Eltayeb Hag Ateya, the director of the Center for Conflict Research at the University of Khartoum. “You cannot do anything in Darfur without thinking of Chad. All the presidents of Chad are either installed by ...

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ALONG THE CHAD-SUDAN BORDER: Chadian rebels gathered this past week for a military parade 'in the bush'. The rebels have many pieces of heavy artillery as well as new vehicles. The Chadian rebels number around eight or nine thousand and pose a significant threat to the government of Chadian president Idriss Deby.

Daniel Pepper's Darfur photoessay at Mother Jones. Worth keeping in mind: “Chad is a sister state to Darfur.” Says Dr. Eltayeb Hag Ateya, the director of the Center for Conflict Research at the University of Khartoum. “You cannot do anything in Darfur without thinking of Chad. All the presidents of Chad are either installed by or forced out by forces that have come from Darfur.”

   

Daniel Pepper’s Darfur photoessay at Mother Jones. Worth keeping in mind: “Chad is a sister state to Darfur.” Says Dr. Eltayeb Hag Ateya, the director of the Center for Conflict Research at the University of Khartoum. “You cannot do anything in Darfur without thinking of Chad. All the presidents of Chad are either installed by or forced out by forces that have come from Darfur.”

 
 

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