A landlocked country in north-central Africa, Chad is about 85% the size of Alaska. Its neighbors are Niger, Libya, the Sudan, the Central African Republic, Cameroon, and Nigeria. Lake Chad, from which the country gets its name, lies on the western border with Niger and Nigeria. In the north is a desert that runs into the Sahara.

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  • Kyabé (Arabic: كيابي) is a city in the Moyen-Chari Region, Chad It is the administrative center of the Lac Iro Department There is an airport with the name of the city, Kyabé Airport

  • Moundou (Arabic: موندو) is the second largest city in 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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