Months of anti-government protests have seen at least 16 people killed. This has led the government to ban all week-day demonstrations but the opposition insists the ban is outright illegal and vows to challenge it.
Another Deadly Crackdown in Togo - Four More People Dead
MFWA, 20 October 2017
There has been another deadly crackdown on opposition demonstrations in Togo, with official sources reporting four deaths. Read more »
Protests in Togo (file photo).
Hundreds of Togolese Flee to Ghana
CAJ News, 30 October 2017
MORE than 500 civilians from Togo have sought refuge in Ghana in the wake of the political unrest in their country. Read more »
Thousands of people have rallied in demonstrations demanding political reform. This is the latest in months of anti-government protests, which have ... see more »
Protests Against President Gnassingbe's Continued Rule Turn Deadly
Deutsche Welle, 18 October 2017
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 »
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