Goukouni

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Chadian–Libyan Conflict - Events - Libyan Intervention
... would take place, and more importantly, between Habré and Goukouni ... In ten days, the clashes between the FAN and Goukouni's FAP, which both had 1,000–1,500 troops in the city, caused thousands of casualties and the flight of about half ... and militarily by Sudan and Egypt, Goukouni received the armed support of Kamougué's FAT and Acyl's CDR shortly after the beginning of the battle, and was provided with Libyan artillery ...
Chad–Libya Relations - History - 1970s
... leaders in Chad during the 1970s, including Goukouni, Siddick, Acyl Ahmat (a Chadian of Arab descent), and Kamougué, a southerner ... Goukouni and Acyl were most sympathetic to Gaddafi's regional ambitions, but these two men clashed in 1979, leading Acyl to form the CDR ... After Acyl's death in 1982, Libyan support swung strongly to Goukouni's GUNT ...
Transitional Government Of National Unity - Libyan Intervention
... main article Chadian–Libyan conflict In 1980 the beleaguered Goukouni turned to Libya, much as he had done four years earlier ... With the French forces having departed in mid-May 1980, Goukouni signed a military cooperation treaty with Libya in June (without prior approval of the all-but-defunct GUNT) ... Although Libyan intervention enabled Goukouni to win militarily, the association with Qaddafi created diplomatic problems for GUNT ...
Mahamat Nouri - Nouri and Hissène Habré
... itself in 1977 among the supporters of Habré and those of Goukouni Oueddei, Nouri sided with Habré and was one the very few men to be by Habré's ... coalition in February 1979, Nouri became Minister of Transport in the first Goukouni government that followed ... When Habré rebelled against Goukouni in 1980, Nouri was once again by his side, and for this he was tried by a special criminal court and on June 13, 1981, sentenced together with Idriss Miskine to hard labour for ...
Transitional Government Of National Unity - Habré Overthrows Goukouni
... Habré accepted the plan, but Goukouni rejected it, asserting that Habré had lost any claim to legitimacy when he broke with GUNT ... Goukouni and other members of GUNT fled to Cameroon and eventually reappeared in Libya ...