Chad faced an uncertain future on Wednesday as the son of slain leader Idriss Deby took power in what the opposition called a coup and Western allies that rely on the country’s military might pleaded for stability.Deby had ruled the impoverished desert country for three decades before the army announced his death on Tuesday from wounds suffered while leading troops in battle against rebels.The shock demise of the 68-year-old led to immediate concerns of a power vacuum in Chad, which sits at the…


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