Military List Of Civil war in Chad Battles

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List of every major Civil war in Chad battle, including photos, images, or maps of the most famous Civil war in Chad battles when available. While it is not a comprehensive list of all skirmishes, conflicts, or battles that took place in the Civil war in Chad, we have tried to include as many military events and actions as possible. All the battles on this Civil war in Chad list are currently listed alphabetically, but if you want to find a specific battle you can search for it by using the "search". Information about these Civil war in Chad battles are included below as well, such as their specific locations and who was involved in the fight.

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Battle of Am Dam is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list List Of Civil war in Chad Battles
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Battle of Am Dam

The Battle of Am Dam took place in and around the eastern Chadian town of Am Dam on May 7 and May 8, 2009 when Chadian Army forces attacked a column of advancing Union of Forces for the Resistance rebels. ...more on Wikipedia

Locations: Am Dam, Chad

Part of: Civil war in Chad

Combatants: Chad

Battle of Am Zoer is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list List Of Civil war in Chad Battles
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Battle of Am Zoer

The Battle of Am Zoer occurred on June 18 2008 when the Chadian army caught up with a rebel column that had been advancing towards the capital, N'Djamena. Sudanese forces were reported to have attacked Chadian positions on the border in previous days and the rebels had been seen passing through several eastern villages. The Chadian army engaged the rebels near the town of Am Zoer and routed them killing over 150 and capturing 20. Dozens of military vehicles were also recovered and three government soldiers died. ...more on Wikipedia

Locations: Chad

Part of: Civil war in Chad

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Amdjereme raid

The alleged Amdjereme raid took place in Amdjereme, Chad on March 6, 2006, only two weeks after Chad and Sudan signed the Tripoli Accord in which the governments of the two nations pledged to end support for rebels operating in their respective countries. According to Chadian forces, the attack began when Janjaweed, Sudanese militiamen, aided by the Government of Sudan, crossed the border from Sudan into Chad and raided the town of Amdjereme. According to Chadian Minister of Communications Hourmadji Moussa Doumgor the Janjaweed stole "700 camels, 1,000 cows and 1,500 sheep and other goods belonging to these peaceful citizens. This new janjawid attack constitutes a flagrant violation of the ...more on Wikipedia

Locations: Amdjereme, Chad

Part of: Civil war in Chad

Combatants: Janjaweed

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Borota raid

The Borota raid took place in Borota, Chad, near the eastern city of Adre, on January 6, 2006. According to Chadian sources, the attack began when Janjaweed, Sudanese militiamen, crossed the border from Sudan into Chad and attacked the cities of Borota, Ade, and Moudaina. Nine civilians were killed and three were seriously injured, according to the report. The Chadian government stated, "The Sudanese militias attacked the settlements of Borota, Ade, Moudaina... yesterday killing nine and injuring three among the civilian population... The Chadian government once again warns the Sudanese government against any hasty action because aggression by Sudanese militias will not go unpunished for ...more on Wikipedia

Locations: Borota, Chad

Part of: Civil war in Chad

Combatants: Janjaweed, Sudan, Chad