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Chad’s Inclusion in Travel Ban Could Jeopardize American Interests, Officials Say
Experts on Africa in the Trump administration said they were mystified by the ban on travel from Chad, an American counterterrorism partner in Africa.
Listen to ‘The Daily’: Trump’s New Travel Ban
We discuss why Chad is now included on the list of countries facing restrictions, and how the revisions will affect a politically charged legal case.
Around the World and the U.S., New Travel Ban Draws Anger, Applause and Shrugs
Foreign leaders and immigrant groups here reacted strongly to new restrictions being imposed by President Trump.
New Order Indefinitely Bars Almost All Travel From Seven Countries
Starting next month, most citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Chad and North Korea will be indefinitely barred from entering the United States.
Review: ‘Hissein Habré, a Chadian Tragedy’ Shows the Victims of a Dictator
The director Mahamat-Saleh Haroun gives voice to the people affected by Mr. Habré’s dictatorial government.
Why More Migrants Are Dying in the Sahara
Niger’s E.U.-funded crackdown on smuggling is pushing desperate people to attempt more hazardous desert routes.
Hissène Habré, Ex-Ruler of Chad, Loses War Crimes Appeal
The ruling cemented a legal victory for human rights advocates and Mr. Habré’s victims that could be used to prosecute dictators around the world.
Using Special Forces Against Terrorism, Trump Seeks to Avoid Big Ground Wars
President Trump has so far maintained the strategy of training and supporting indigenous forces to fight their own wars instead of deploying large American forces to far-flung hot spots.
Rex Tillerson’s Maverick Oil Diplomacy
Rex W. Tillerson, former chief executive of ExxonMobil and Donald J. Trump’s nominee to be secretary of state, has conducted his own brand of oil-oriented diplomacy during his 41-year career at Exxon, a company that has often cut deals with authoritarian leaders of politically unstable countries.
He Helped Topple a Dictator. In New York, He’s Another Face in the Crowd.
Souleymane Guengueng was tortured and imprisoned in Chad. He has experienced financial troubles and bad luck in the Bronx. But he is not giving up.
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