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Tough Times for Those Left Behind
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
early five months after election violence in Togo, thousands of opposition supporters remain exiled in Benin and Ghana, making life difficult for the dependents they left ... more

Col. Nsengiyumva Calls Togolese Army Officer As Witness
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
he former commander of Gisenyi military region (northern Rwanda) who is on trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), Lieutenant-Colonel Anatole Nsengiyumva, on Monday called as a witness a Togolese officer who in 1994 served with the United Nations Assistance Mission to Rwanda ... more

Togo - Inter-Party Dialogue Kicks-off
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
pposition leaders want conditions that will allow Togolese vote without ... more

Citizens Seek Justice Over Election Violence
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
ore than 100 Togolese have begun lodging complaints with the judiciary so it will investigate violence surrounding presidential elections two years ago that left hundreds dead and triggered the exodus of some 40,000 people to neighbouring Ghana and ... more

Opposition Leaders Arrested for Inciting Rebellion
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
wo opposition leaders have been arrested for allegedly inciting rebellion in Togo following Sunday's election, partial results of which put Africa's longest-serving leader, President Gnassingbe Eyadema, ahead with 59 percent of the votes counted so ... more

Eyadema Offers Olive Branch to Opposition Leaders
allAfrica.com - Thursday, April 03, 2008
ogolese Head of State, Gnassingbe Eyadema, fresh from his disputed victory at the polls seemed very conciliatory when he offered an olive branch to his po1itical adversaries, promising them a place in the future national government in the supreme interest of peace and national development in ... more

Annan Urges All Sides in Togo to Avoid Violence in Sunday's Elections
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
ecretary-General Kofi Annan today urgently called on all sides in Togo to avoid any action or statement that could lead to violence over Sunday's presidential elections, pledging United Nations help to promote reconciliation in the West African country, shaken by unrest since the death of its former president in ... more

Interior Minister Calls for Suspension of Presidential Election to Avoid Bloody Conflict
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
he holding of presidential elections in Togo appeared to be in doubt on Friday following a surprise call by the interior minister for the controversial poll to be suspended to prevent the country from sliding into bloody ... more

Our Continent Has Bled Enough Already!
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
hen the former Togolese leader, Gnassingbe Eyadema's demise was followed by a coup, the Economic Community Of West African States (ECOWAS) played a yeoman's role in calling the young Gnassingbe and his gang to ... more

Protesters Spill Onto Streets As Eyadema's Son Declared President
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
aure Gnassingbe, the candidate for Togo's ruling party and the son of the late veteran president Gnassingbe Eyadema, was declared winner of the presidential election on ... more


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Poll Chaos Spreads, Hundreds Flee, Opposition Leader Declares Himself President
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
undreds of people fled Togo in fear of their lives on Wednesday as deadly street battles between opposition protesters and security forces raged for a second straight day after the son of the late long-ruling ruler was declared winner of a disputed ... more

Calm Returns to Capital But Thousands Flee
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
cores of men, women and children watched by squads of paratroopers worked to clear the streets of Togo's capital of barricades and leftover debris on Thursday as calm returned after two days of rioting triggered by a disputed election ... more

No Latrines or Clean Drinking Water for Refugees in Ghana
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
he disused school sheltering some 200 refugees who fled across the border from Togo to Ghana has no doors, windows or even latrines, and some people are complaining about snakes and mosquitoes at ... more

Human Rights Group Says 790 Killed in Election Violence
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
he Togolese League of Human Rights said on Friday that 790 people had been killed and 4,345 hurt in political violence triggered by the recent election of Faure Gnassingbe to succeed his father as president of the West African ... more

Saving Togo From Bloodshed
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
Togo opposition must enter government of national ... more

Talks On Forming Government of National Unity End in Failure
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
alks on forming a government of national unity between newly elected President Faure Gnassingbe and Togo's main opposition parties have ended without agreement, but the failure of these negotiations caused little surprise on the streets of the capital Lome on ... more

Killings, Kidnappings And Rape Continue a Month After Disputed Poll - Refugees
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
month to the day after Togo's disputed presidential election, murder, rape and kidnappings by the security forces are continuing to drive people across the borders in search of shelter, refugees and human rights leaders said on ... more

Torture, Bullets Used Against Government Opponents - Victims
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
ive weeks on, Bangana's slight frame is still battered and bruised. He says he was tortured and beaten unconscious by paramilitary commandos, or "red berets", inside the Justice Minister's private residence when post-election violence hit this town in northern ... more

All Calm in the Heartland of the Ruling Elite
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
alking around the lush hills in the northern town of Kara, there is no sign of violence and fear that engulfed the rest of Togo following disputed presidential ... more

Faure Gnassingbe's New Political Style, No More Court Dancers and Praise Singers
allAfrica.com - Wednesday, April 02, 2008
any Togolese opposition Coalition supporters scoffed at the swearing-in ceremony of 39 year-old Faure Essozimna Gnassingbe into office as the Head of State by the Togo Constitutional Court on May 4, 2005 at the hall at the Palace of Congress in ... more

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