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Denmark Tops World Well-Being Rank, U.S. Comes in 12th

Denmark is the most contented country in the world, with almost two-thirds of residents describing themselves as "thriving," according to a new Gallup study. The United States ranks as the 12th-happiest country, with 59 percent of residents saying they're thriving. Full story

Chad denies officers fighting Gaddafi troops

Chad's foreign minister on Saturday rejected allegations by Libyan rebels fighting the government of leader Muammar Gaddafi that Chadian officers were fighting alongside Gaddafi's soldiers. Full story

Art of U.S. diplomacy in arms sales revealed

When Lockheed Martin wanted to sell C-130 military transport planes to the government of Chad in early 2007, the U.S. embassy in N'Djamena was ready to lend a hand. Full story

Grain cargoes being diverted from Libya: sources

Grain cargoes bound for Libya are being diverted because of port closures as a revolt against Muammar Gaddafi disrupts economic life in the North African country, shipping sources said on Wednesday. Full story

Chad is world leader in chest pain

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A new survey of chest pain reports worldwide finds that the most afflicted country is the African nation of Chad, where 24 percent of the population has chest pain. Full story

Brother's transplant gift carries unbearable cost

When Chad Arnold needed a liver transplant, his younger brother Ryan offered part of his liver. Ryan Arnold died following the surgery, leaving Chad with the struggle of living his life without the person who saved him. Full story

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This photo taken on April 23, 2011 shows supporters of Chadian President Idriss Deby Itno, who is seeking his fourth term, attending a meeting in a stadium in Ndjamena. Thousands of people gathered in Chad's capital on April 23 for a meeting organised by opposition leaders urging them to join a boyc

Chad President Idriss Deby Itno gives a press conference on April 22, 2011 N'djamena. Deby said that elections next week in which he is seeking a fourth term would be credible and downplayed a boycott by his three main challengers.

A Sudanese boy, covered in flies, cries Tuesday, July 6, 2004 in the Koumouangou refugee camp in Chad near the Sudan border. An estimated 1 million Sudanese have been displaced during the conflict with Arab militias with at least 200,000 fleeing into neighbouring Chad.