KKL-JNF delegation visits Republic of Chad

On the ground to strengthen the country’s agriculture and water management and ‘take part in global effort to combat climate change’.


Could Chad be a ‘time bomb’ affecting Algeria, Sahel in Africa? - analysis

While Chad had cracked down on extremism there is now concern of growing chaos. The burden on Algeria as a center of stability now grows.

Thousands attend funeral of Chad's Deby, Macron pledges French support

Deby, a lynchpin in Western security strategy, was killed on Monday in a battle against a rebel army led by dissident army officers who are not linked to jihadists, according to Chadian authorities.


First Chadian military cargo plane to land in Israel for humanitarian aid

IFA with the help of the American Jewish Committee has donated tents to help 12,000 people made homeless by floods in that country.

Chad considering embassy in Jerusalem

“I do not only want to mark the relations between our countries, but to promote them even more,” Netanyahu said.

Delegation from Chad to meet with Netanyahu, Ashkenazi

Israel and Chad broke off relations in 1973, following the Yom Kippur War, when 30 African states cut ties with Israel.

Israeli and Chadian representatives with Minister for State Agriculture Haroun Kabadi

Israeli delegation visits Chad to build ties between two nations

Chad, a majority Muslim country, did not have any relations with Israel for over 40 years until contact was resumed in 2016.

Iranian terror network exposed in Central Africa

The security forces in Chad and the Central African Republic arrested an Al-Quds Force unit that sought to advance Iranian interests in Africa. Its budget - hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets Chad's President Idriss Deby in N'djamena, Chad in January 2

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