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the capital and largest city of Chad

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3) Radiology Service, Renaissance Hospital of N'Djamena, N'Djamena, Chad
Gamougam is head microbiologist at the reference laboratory of the Hopital Generate de Reference Nationale, N'Djamena, Chad.
The most expensive cities were Luanda, Angola, which ranked the first for the second year in a row, and N'Djamena, Chad, which rose two places to number two, according to the survey.
The flight, a DC-10 traveling from Brazzaville, Congo and N'Djamena, Chad to Paris's Charles de Gaulle Airport, carried 155 passengers and 15 crew.
Tunis: Donald Kaberuka, President of the African Development Bank (AfDB), completed on Thursday, in N'Djamena, Chad, the last leg of a tour that took him to four countries in the Sahel.
Saudia Cargo serves six other freighter destinations in Africa besides Nairobi: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Johannesburg; Kano, Nigeria; Khartoum, Sudan; Lagos and N'Djamena, Chad.
But that region also has 15 cities in the bottom 20, including Lagos, Nigeria; Bamako, Mali; Khartoum, Sudan; and N'Djamena, Chad.
World Health Organization Country Office, N'Djamena, Chad.
This is a crucial time for human rights in the country," Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Kyung-wha Kang said at her end-of-mission press conference in N'Djamena, Chad.
The company will be constructing the 195-room Hilton N'Djamena, in N'Djamena, Chad, which will open in 2013.
Another African city, N'Djamena, Chad, also broke the top five, coming in third place.
The committee was formed to implement resolutions passed at the CEN-SAD summit in N'Djamena, Chad, in July 2010.
Embassy in N'djamena, Chad, won for outreach to the Muslim/Arabic community.
Summary: N'djamena - Achieving sustainable development requires the strengthening of stability, security and peace in the African space, State Secretary to the Foreign Ministry Mohamed Ouzzine said on Tuesday in N'djamena, Chad.
Mouanodji Mbaissouroum, a cardiologist in the central hospital at N'Djamena, Chad, told The Wall Street Journal that he writes many prescriptions for medicines to relieve hypertension that he knows will never be filled, either because the medicine isn't sold in Chad or because it is priced way beyond his patients' means.