The military council in charge of Chad has lifted the overnight curfew that was imposed following the death of President Idriss Déby last month.
There has been concern for the country’s stability in recent weeks as a rebel group has tried to advance on the capital N’djamena.
The authorities said Mr Déby had died from his wounds after being shot whilst on the front line of the conflict. The military says it has killed hundreds of the rebels from the group Fact.
There have also been protests against the military take over that followed the president’s death. At least six people were killed last week in Chad.
Demonstrations have also been held in various cities around the world including Paris.
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