The Chadian army is now fighting the rebel forces, who launched an attack on the capital, N'Djamena.
Deby, 68, is re-elected to a sixth term after clinching 79.32 percent of the vote, according to provisional results from the electoral commission announced the day before his death.
Deby's son, Mahamat Kaka, was named interim president by a transitional council of military officers, spokesman Azem Bermendao Agouna said in a broadcast on state television.
Chadians and others have taken to social media to pay tributes to President Idriss Deby who died after he sustained injuries on the frontline battling rebels.
One of Africa's longest-serving leaders, Deby has successfully put down a string of rebellions since taking power, sometimes with military assistance from France.
"Due to their growing proximity to N'Djamena and the possibility for violence in the city, non-essential U.S. government employees have been ordered to leave Chad by commercial airline", the USA state department said in a statement.
"The swift announcement of the establishment of a military council and naming his son Mahamat as head of state however indicates regime continuity", Powell told Reuters.
Fighting between Chad's army and rebels in the country's north was revealed to be far deadlier than previously known on Monday, with the military reporting more than 300 insurgents killed while claiming calm was restored. The army was fighting against rebel forces in the capital city of N'Djamena.
Chad is losing "a great soldier and a president who worked non-stop for the security of the country and the stability of the region for three decades", it said in a statement. "I offer my deepest condolences to the family of Marshal Idriss Deby Itno and to the people of Chad", he said.
Chad's government has been forced to cut back public spending in recent years because of the l ow price of oil, its main export, sparking labour strikes.
The rebel leader's accusations come after French armed forces intervened in 2019 in a similar situation, launching airstrikes on an armed group in northern Chad that had entered the country from Libya.
Britain also urged its nationals to leave.
"I'm deeply shocked and devastated by the sudden death of Idriss Deby on the battle front to defend the sovereignty of his country".
The commander for the US military's Africa Command, General Steven Townsend, said Tuesday it's not clear what Deby's death will mean for U.S.
Johnson was planning to travel to India on April 26 for four days to attend a series of meetings with government officials. The red list is the government's list of 40 countries from which there are strict restrictions on travel to England.
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Russian Federation jailed Navalny for two and a half years in February for parole violations he said were fabricated. President Joe Biden said Navalny's plight was "totally, totally unfair, totally inappropriate".
On Saturday, Navalny's doctors said his health had rapidly deteriorated and demanded prison officials grant them immediate access. Navalny's spokeswoman Kira Yarmysh said on Saturday that the situation was critical. "In his condition, it is a matter of days".
Flags across Minnesota are at half-staff in honor of former Vice President Walter Mondale , who died Monday at the age of 93. Chuck Grassley of Iowa called Mondale a great senator who "spoke the values of Minnesota & loved his state like I do Iowa".
He said he spoke to Union home minister Amit Shah on Sunday morning and stressed on the need of beds for the Covid patients. He also asked the Centre to reserve 50 per cent beds in central government hospitals in Delhi for COVID-19 patients.
In a news briefing on Monday, Psaki evaded the direct question about Waters and chose to accuse the police of violence and racism. Floyd died on May 25, 2020, after he was arrested by police on suspicion of passing a counterfeit $20 bill.
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Fire rages on foothills of Cape Town's Table Mountain
One firefighter was injured and being treated at a hospital, according to the Cape Town fire and rescue department. A section of the tea room at Rhodes Memorial has been destroyed and people are urged not to enter the area.
US, China agree to cooperate on climate change
But to achieve the global climate goal, Kerry said words must be put into action and urged China to reduce its use of coal. From Shanghai, the former secretary of state flew to South Korea for talks. "We all need to see what happens".