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Chad Premier League
Chad
Chad
Premier League (French: Ligue Nationale de Football, also known as LINAFOOT) is a Chadian league for men's association football clubs. At the top of the Chadian football league system, it is the country's primary football competition
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Chad
Coordinates: 15°N 19°E / 15°N 19°E / 15; 19Republic of Chad République du Tchad (French) جمهورية تشاد‎ (Arabic) Jumhūrīyat TashādFlagCoat of armsMotto: "Unité, Travail, Progrès" (French) "Unity, Work, Progress" "الاتحاد، العمل، التقدم" (Arabic)Anthem: La Tchadienne  (French) نشيد تشاد الوطني  (Arabic) The Chadian HymnLocation of  Chad  (dark blue)Capital and largest city N'Djamena 12°06′N 16°02′E / 12.100°N 16.033°E / 12.100; 16.033Official languagesArabic FrenchEthnic groups (2010)27.7% Sara 12.3% Arab 10.5% Toubou 9.5% Mayo-Kebbi 9.0% Kanem-Bornou 8.7% Ouaddaï 6.7% Hadjarai 6.5% Tandjilé 4.7% Bilala 6.4% other 0.3% unknownDemonym ChadianGovernment Unitary dominant-party presidential republic• PresidentIdriss Déb
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Salamat Region
Coordinates: 11°02′24″N 20°17′01″E / 11.04000°N 20.28361°E / 11.04000; 20.28361SalamatRegionMap of Chad
Chad
showing Salamat.Country ChadDepartments 3Sub-prefectures 9Regional capital Am TimanGovernment • Governor Mahamat Maouloud Izzadine (2008)Population (2009)[1] • Total 302,301Salamat is one of the 23 regions of Chad. The region's capital is Am Timan. Salamat's economy is based on subsistence agriculture, fishery and cotton
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Doba, Chad
Doba (Arabic: دوبا‎) is a city in Chad, the capital of the region of Logone Oriental. Exploitation of oil resources in the vicinity of Doba is expected to produce economic benefits. The town is served by Doba Airport. Demographics[edit]Year Population[1]1993 17 9202008 25 650References[edit]^ World Gazetteer: ChadThis Chad
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Moundou
Moundou
Moundou
(Arabic: موندو‎) is the second largest city in Chad
Chad
and is the capital of the region of Logone Occidental. The city lies on the Mbéré River (a tributary of the Western Logone) some 475 kilometres south of the capital N'Djamena. It is the main city of the Ngambai people
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Pala, Chad
Pala (Arabic: بالا‎) is a town in Chad
Chad
and the capital of the region of Mayo-Kebbi Ouest. The Fula language is spoken in the area. The Roman Catholic bishopric of Pala served Mayo-Kebbi Prefecture, in 1970, Pala included 116,000 of Chad's 160,000 Catholics. It has the country's first gold mine, opened by the South Korean company Afko. However, cotton picking is the main industry in the area. The town is served by Pala Airport. Demographics[edit]Year Population[1]1993 26,1152008 37,380References[edit]^ World Gazetteer: ChadExternal links[edit]gold mine openedThis Chad
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Bongor
Bongor
Bongor
(Arabic: بونقور‎) is a city in Chad, the capital of the region of Mayo-Kebbi Est. It is located on the eastern bank of the Logone River. During the rainy season (May–September), the Logone is navigable between Bongor
Bongor
and N'Djamena, Chad's capital. The population is 29,268 (2008). Bongor
Bongor
has a lively central market square, an airport, a post office, a hospital, and the administrative offices for the Mayo-Kebbi Prefecture. Cotton
Cotton
and rice are the primary cash crops of the region. There is a hotel on the bank of the Logone. The principal market day is Monday and people come from the entire region for the weekly market. Bongor
Bongor
was a part of German Cameroon
German Cameroon
until the 1911 German-French Treaty
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Moussoro
Moussoro
Moussoro
(Arabic: موسورو‎) is a town in Chad, lying 300 km (190 mi) northeast of N'Djamena
N'Djamena
on the road to Faya-Largeau. An important transportation centre, it lies in a dry river bed and as a result has more vegetation than is usual in the area. Moussoro
Moussoro
is the capital of the region of Barh El Gazel (Bahr el Gazel).[1] The town is served by Moussoro
Moussoro
Airport. Moussoro
Moussoro
is inhabited by Gouran
Gouran
(Krreda)(Karra) ethnic group of northern Chad. It serves as their commercial and administrative town. Moussoro
Moussoro
market day is Thursday
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Ati, Chad
Ati (Arabic: أتي) is a city in Chad, the capital of the region of Batha. It lies 278 miles (447 km) by road east of the capital N'Djamena
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Biltine, Chad
Biltine (Arabic: بلتن) is a city in Chad, and the capital of Wadi Fira region (previously Biltine prefecture). The town was briefly captured on November 25, 2006 by the RADF, a rebel group, then recaptured the next day by the government, along with nearby Abéché
Abéché
that had been captured by a different rebel group, the UFDD.[1] On June 16, 2008 the town was the scene of a battle between rebels on government forces, with the rebels said to have won.[2] The town is served by Biltine Airport. Demographics[edit]Year Population[3]1993 8 1002009 11 840References[edit]^ BBC NEWS Africa Chad
Chad
denies rebel move on capital ^ Chad
Chad
rebels claim advances as US pulls out embassy staff[permanent dead link] ^ World Gazetteer: Chad
Chad
Archived 2011-05-23 at the Wayback Machine.This Chad
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Mongo, Chad
Mongo (Arabic: مونقو, Mūnqū) is a city in Chad, the capital of the region of Guéra. It lies 252.2 miles (406 km) by road east of the capital N'Djamena. It is served by Mongo Airport. On 11 April 2006, rebels of the United Front for Democratic Change (FUC) took the central city. Demographics[edit]Year Population[1]1993 21 4432008 29 2612012 40 233References[edit]^ World Gazetteer: ChadExternal links[edit]TravelPost.com Information on Mongo BBC profile of life in the townThis Chad
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Abéché
Abéché
Abéché
(Arabic: أبشي, ʾAbishī) is the 4th largest city in Chad, the capital of Ouaddaï Region. The town is served by Abéché Airport. It has within it the remnants of the ancient capital, including palaces, mosques, and the tombs of former sultans.[2]Contents1 History 2 Demographics 3 Economy 4 Transportation 5 Education 6 Climate 7 Images 8 ReferencesHistory[edit] The city of Abéché
Abéché
was made capital of the Wadai Sultanate
Wadai Sultanate
in the 1890s, after the wells at Ouara, the former capital, had dried out. In 1909, French troops invaded the Kingdom and established a garrison in Abéché. France
France
took power, forcing the sultan to renounce his throne. At that time, Abéché
Abéché
was the largest city in Chad
Chad
with 28,000 people, but major epidemics reduced the population to 6000 in 1919
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N'Djamena
N’Djamena (/əndʒɑːˈmeɪnɑː/;[2][3] French: N'Djaména; Arabic: انجمينا‎ Injamīnā) is the capital and largest city of Chad. A port on the Chari River, near the confluence with the Logone River, it directly faces the Cameroonian town of Kousséri, to which the city is connected by a bridge. It is also a special statute region, divided into 10 arrondissements. It is a regional market for livestock, salt, dates, and grains
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Round-robin Tournament
A round-robin, tournament (or all-play-all tournament) is a competition in which each contestant meets all other contestants in turn.[1][2] It contrasts with an elimination tournament.Contents1 Terminology 2 Use 3 Evaluation 4 Scheduling algorithm4.1 Original construction of pairing tables by Richard Schurig (1886)5 See also 6 External links 7 ReferencesTerminology[edit] The term round-robin is derived from the French term ruban, meaning "ribbon". Over a long period of time, the term was corrupted and idiomized to robin.[3][4] In a single round-robin schedule, each participant plays every other participant once. If each participant plays all others twice, this is frequently called a double round-robin
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Three Points For A Win
Three points for a win is a standard used in many sports leagues and group tournaments, especially in association football, in which three (rather than two) points are awarded to the team winning a match, with no points awarded to the losing team. If the game is drawn, each team receives one point. The system places additional value on wins with respect to draws such that teams with a higher number of wins may rank higher in tables than teams with a lower number of wins but more draws.[1] Many leagues and competitions originally awarded two points for a win and one point for a draw, before switching to the three points for a win system
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CAF 5-Year Ranking
The CAF 5-Year Ranking
CAF 5-Year Ranking
is used by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to determine the number of clubs that each CAF member association may enter in Africa's club football competitions, the CAF Champions League and the CAF Confederation Cup
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