Leading hospitality chain Hilton Worldwide has expanded its footprint to 100 countries and territories around the world by raising the Hilton flag at the Hilton N’Djamena in Chad, a landlocked country in Central Africa.
Three suicide bombers attacked the island of Koulfoua on the Chadian side of Lake Chad on Saturday, killing around 30 people and injuring 80, two security sources told Reuters.
The sources said the attacks coincided with market da
The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD), the private sector arm of the Islamic Development Bank Group (IDB), has signed an agreement with a Chadian-Libyan bank The Banque Commerciale du Chari (BCC) for the establi
Hundreds of people tried to flee violence in Central African Republic on Saturday aboard emergency flights to neighbouring Chad, while nearby countries appealed for help to rescue their citizens from the mounting humanitarian crisis.
Etihad Crystal Cargo, a division of Etihad Airways, recently launched a weekly service from its hub at Abu Dhabi International Airport to N’djamena, the capital of the Republic of Chad.
The service will operate every Monday to N’djamena. E
Dubai International’s passenger traffic is set to receive a boost following the launch of services by two new airlines, the addition of a new destination and an increase in frequency of existing services, in the second quarter of 2009.
Noor Dubai, a charity initiative focused on preventing and treating low vision and curable forms of blindness around the world, said it has successfully treated over 11,000 people in Chad at its free cataract treatment camp in Ndjamena recently.
The Saudi-based Islamic Development Bank (IDB) will consider helping finance a 40,000 barrels per day oil refinery in member-state Chad, Saudi state news agency SPA reported.
Chad's Economy and Planning Minister Ousmane Matar Breme asked A
Kuwait's Agility, the Gulf's biggest logistics provider by market value, said on Sunday one of its units had won two deals worth $174 million to feed European Union troops in Chad.
The nine-month deal for GCC Services, renewable for up to
Sudan cut diplomatic relations with Chad on Sunday after an attack on Khartoum by Darfur rebels which it said was supported by Chadian President Idriss Deby.
The rebels fought Sudanese troops in a suburb of Khartoum on Saturday in a bid to