Darfur's Violent Spillover Threatens Peace in Chad

Janjaweed militias are spreading from Darfur into eastern Chad, bringing catastrophe, says Amnesty International's Alex Neve.

Brian Adeba
Published: Wednesday, 12/06/2006 12:00 am EST

In Chad, there's a saying that power comes from the east. That's because there have been a number of occasions in the central African nation's history when rebels from the east have shot their way to power in the capital N'djamena, located further west.

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