Togo: Protests Against President Gnassingbe's Continued Rule Turn Deadly
The deaths came amid anti-government protests against planned constitutional reforms that would allow President Faure Gnassingbe to remain in office until 2030. His family has… Read more »
Togo: Opposition Wants to End President Gnassingbe's Dynasty
Togolese President Faure Gnassingbe has offered concessions on reforms. But his critics are no longer fighting to hold a referendum on presidential term limits. Instead, they seek… Read more »
Togo: Togo - President Gnassingbe Under Pressure
In Togo, protesters are calling for the resignation of President Faure Gnassingbe. The opposition is confident that it will be successful in forcing a change in government. But… Read more »
Togo: Togo - Demonstrators Want President Faure Gnassingbe to Step Down
Thousands marched through the streets of Lome for the second day running calling for president President Faure Essozimna Gnassingbe to step down. Togo's opposition has been calling… Read more »
Togo: 'People Are Fed Up'
A huge rally for constitutional reform has taken place in Togo, a country presided over by one family for the past half-century. Opponents of the government want President Faure… Read more »
Togo: Nation's Battle With Coastal Erosion
Togo is seeking outside assistance to stop it losing territory to the sea. Houses and roads are disappearing. Physical defenses can help, but they, too, are open to attack from the… Read more »
April 01, 2016
Togo: Germany, Togo Seeking Closer Relations
Germany is taking a renewed interest in Togo, a former colony. Post-independence ties cooled in the 1990s amid concern over Togolese authoritarian rule, but have improved. A German… Read more »
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