Wadai


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Wadai

(wɑːˈdaɪ)
n
(Placename) a former independent sultanate of NE central Africa: now the E part of Chad
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Because, from Mungo Park, assassinated on the Niger, to Vogel, who disappeared in the Wadai country; from Oudney, who died at Murmur, and Clapperton, lost at Sackatou, to the Frenchman Maizan, who was cut to pieces; from Major Laing, killed by the Touaregs, to Roscher, from Hamburg, massacred in the beginning of 1860, the names of victim after victim have been inscribed on the lists of African martyrdom
HE -- Thomas 0 0-0 0, Dupart 0 0-0 0, Wadai 0 0-0 0, Margold 2 0-0 4, Wilson 4 1-2 9, Williams 6 0-0 16.
7 (SUNA) The joint talks between the Sudan and Chad, represented by the Sudan's West Darfur State, and the Chadian Wadai Region, held in the Chadian Adri city, came out with good results.
Surveillance Cum Op Point Cum Acp Shelters G Plus 1 In Aor Of Bop Wadai Cheema Of 70 Bn Bsf Under Shq Bsf Gurdaspur
Meanwhile, Noor Hussain, a resident of Pir Wadai, lodged a complaint with the local police that kidnappers have abducted his son Abdul Qaseem, 12, from the local market while he was buying meal.
We the people from Quartier 8, we are a set of people of all kinds: Hajara'i, Sara, people from Wadai, from all tribes and all classes, even from Cameroon.
Feasibility Study, Wadai Darbat Weir Structure Sultanate of Oman
Other names on the list include outspoken critic of the government Yousif Omran Jassim Omran, who is now thought to be based in Germany, blogger and activist Ali Hassan Abdullah Abdulimam, who lives in the UK, and fellow London-based activists Sayed Ahmed Mustafa Mohammed Al Wadai and Abdulghani Isa Ali Al Khanjar.
The governor of the Chadian Wadai region, Abadi al-Sayer, for his part said his government put president Deby's directives on top of its agendas, stressing that they harnessed all capabilities and directed the concerned bodies to transfer the Sudanese miners to their country.
Wadai Mutah said Friday 10 people were killed and several injured on
According to a report in local daily Al Wasat, the list of the medical professionals who had been contacted for their reinstatement included Zahra Al Sammak, Fatima Hajji, Ahmad Abdul Aziz Omran Hassan, Najah Khalil, Hassan Mohammad Nasser Al Toblani, and Sayed Marhoon Al Wadai.
33) Furthermore, France colonized Wadai (now the Republic of Chad) between 1909 and 1912.