Safe Mode: On

    Search results for N\'Djamena  

    Sort by:
  • A cracking hotel stay in N'Djamena

    A cracking hotel stay in N'Djamena

     
    Citizen journalist records the sound of French paratroopers battling rebels outside his hotel in N'Djamena. Alternate view to: http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c41_1298650410

    By: Mr-Creosote | Comments: 9 | Views: 4766 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Mar-5-2011 in Other, Middle East

  • A cracking hotel stay in N'Djamena

    A cracking hotel stay in N'Djamena

     
    French forces battle rebels in N'Djamena

    By: Mr-Creosote | Comments: 14 | Views: 3833 | Votes: 3 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-25-2011 in Other

  • Chad rebels 'in control' of N'djamena

    Chad rebels 'in control' of N'djamena

     
    Chadian fighters have travelled across the country from the eastern border with Sudan's Darfur region, and are closing in on the residence of Idriss Deby, the president, located in N'djamena, the capi

    By: AK-74 | Comments: 0 | Views: 3970 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-3-2008 in News

  • French Army in Africa - Chad 1983

    French Army in Africa - Chad 1983

      
    An interesting documentary from the ECPAD, the French Military media service, about the French presence in Chad in the 80s.

    By: Nettempereur on Liveleak | Comments: 3 | Views: 601 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Jul-24-2013 in History

  • List of United States Embassies

    List of United States Embassies

     
    History Morocco , in December 1777, became the first nation to recognize the United States and together they maintain the United States' longest unbroken treaty . Benjamin Franklin est

    By: dcmfox | Comments: 61 | Views: 3023 | Votes: 3 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: May-13-2014 in Other News

  • EU delays Chad peacekeeping force

    EU delays Chad peacekeeping force

     
    The EU has further delayed the deployment of some 3,700 peacekeepers to Chad because of recent fighting in the capital, N'Djamena. The force's commander told the BBC his troops would not be deployed

    By: Mr Pig | Comments: 0 | Views: 1776 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-11-2008 in Other

  • Chad clashes 'killed 100' people

    Chad clashes 'killed 100' people

     
    At least 100 civilians were killed in last weekend's fighting between rebels and government forces in Chad, according to aid agencies. Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said up to 700 were wounded in t

    By: Dat1111 | Comments: 3 | Views: 7940 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-6-2008 in News

  • Chad's Future Taliban enters capital while the West is asleep

    Chad's Future Taliban enters capital while the West is asleep

     
    By Walid Phares As Americans are debating who among their candidates for the primaries can best confront the Jihadists or at least preempt their offensives worldwide, future Jihadi forces have in o

    By: theblue8 | Comments: 13 | Views: 8097 | Votes: 1 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-5-2008 in Iran, Afghanistan, News

  • Thousands Flee Fighting In Chad.

    Thousands Flee Fighting In Chad.

     
    Thousands of people are fleeing the Chad capital, Ndjamena, after two days of fierce fighting between government and rebel forces in the city. The government says it has pushed the rebels out of the

    By: barnesy | Comments: 7 | Views: 7632 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-4-2008 in News

  • Fighting Resumes After A Calm Night.

    Fighting Resumes After A Calm Night.

     
    N'Djamena woke up to more heavy weapon fire on Sunday morning as more foreigners prepare to be airlifted. President Déby has reportedly refused France's offer to help him leave the country.

    By: barnesy | Comments: 2 | Views: 6101 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-3-2008 in News

  • Ex-Pats Flee Chad.

    Ex-Pats Flee Chad.

     
    Confusion surrounds rebel attacks in Chad, with conflicting reports about a ceasefire. The Libyan news agency Jana said Colonel Ghaddafi had negotiated an end to the fighting, but rebel spokesmen in t

    By: barnesy | Comments: 0 | Views: 7018 | Votes: 0 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-3-2008 in News

  • US Pair Caught In Chad Battle.

    US Pair Caught In Chad Battle.

     
    Two US aid workers have sent footage from the battle taking place in N'Djamena, Chad. Gabriel Stauring and Katie-Jay Scott are two activists from the United States working with the 'Stop Genocide No

    By: barnesy | Comments: 3 | Views: 7182 | Votes: 2 | Shared: 0
    Leaked: Feb-3-2008 in News