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Chad Cities by Population


43 cities shown of 43 total Chad cities that are over 1,000 in population...

1. N'Djamena 721,081
2. Moundou 135,167
3. Sagh 102,528
4. Abeche 74,188
5. Kelo 42,533
6. Koumra 36,263
7. Pala 35,466
8. Am Timan 28,885
9. Bongor 27,770
10. Mongo 27,763
11. Doba 24,336
12. Ati 24,074
13. Lai 19,382
14. Oum Hadjer 19,271
15. Bitkine 18,495
16. Mao 18,031
17. Massaguet 17,906
18. Dourbali 17,682
19. Mboursou Lere 17,132
20. Kyabe 16,177
21. Benoy 15,717
22. Massakory 15,406
23. Moussoro 15,190
24. Bokoro 14,723
25. Bere 14,666
26. Bousso 13,555
27. Largeau 13,400
28. Bebedja 12,671
29. Ngama 12,438
30. Adre 11,928
31. Bol 11,700
32. Guelendeng 11,379
33. Moissala 11,264
34. Biltine 11,000
35. Goundi 10,052
36. Gounou Gaya 9,521
37. Beinamar 7,445
38. Melfi 5,784
39. Beboto 5,432
40. Massenya 3,680
41. Aozou 1,880
42. Goz Beida 1,500
43. Iriba 1,100





Chad History

The Democratic Republic of the Congo was formerly, in turn, the Congo Free State, Belgian Congo, Congo-Lopoldville, Congo-Kinshasa, and Zaire. Though it is located in the Central African UN subregion, the nation is economically and regionally affiliated with Southern Africa as a member of the Southern African Development Community.

DR Congo borders the Central African Republic and Sudan on the North; Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi on the East; Zambia and Angola on the South; the Republic of the Congo on the West; and is separated from Tanzania by Lake Tanganyika on the East. The country enjoys access to the ocean through a 40-kilometre stretch of Atlantic coastline at Muanda and the roughly nine-kilometre wide mouth of the Congo river which opens into the Gulf of Guinea.

The Second Congo War, beginning in 1998, devastated the country greatly and involved seven foreign armies and is sometimes referred to as the African World War"". Despite the signing of peace accords in 2003, fighting continues in the east of the country. In eastern Congo, the prevalence and intensity of rape and other sexual violence is described as the worst in the world. The war is the world's deadliest conflict since World War II, killing 5.4 million people."

Formerly the Belgian colony of the Belgian Congo, the country's post-independence name was the Republic of the Congo until August 1, 1964, when its name was changed to Democratic Republic of the Congo. On October 27, 1971, then-President Mobutu renamed the country Zaire, from a Portuguese mispronunciation of the Kikongo word nzere or nzadi, which translates to he river that swallows all rivers.""","Following the First Congo War which led to the overthrow of Mobutu in 1997, the country was renamed Democratic Republic of the Congo.







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