Chad’s President Deby has died of injuries suffered on frontline, says army spokesman

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    #Chad’s President Idriss #Deby has died while visiting troops on the front line of a fight against northern rebels, an army spokesman said on Tuesday, the day after Deby was declared the winner of a sixth term in office. Deby’s campaign said on Monday that he was headed to the front lines to join troops battling “#terrorists”.

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