Last updated: 27 april, 2009 - 03:06 GMT


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Refugees are continuing to pour into the south of Chad from neighbouring Central African Republic (CAR).

Almost 18,000 of them have arrived since fighting broke out at the beginning of the year between rebels and the CAR army - most of the refugees come from about four villages around the northern town of N'Dele.

Our reporter Celeste Hicks is in the area of Daha in the south-east of Chad, she's been asking refugees why they're fleeing.

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