Curfew imposed in Chad as government suspends seven opposition parties
30 October 2022 | 10:36 am
A curfew is in place in Chad as the government suspends seven opposition parties. On Thursday, at least 50 protesters were killed during clashes with police as people demonstrated against interim leader Déby extending his term by two years.
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