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Two killed in Togo protests

Two protesters were killed and 13 others wounded in Togo when security forces opened fire to break up demonstrations against the ruling Gnassingbe family dynasty, the security ministry said.

Fulfilling the promise of the Lomé maritime summit

A groundbreaking new maritime document, which has been considered and discussed at the highest level, has the potential to truly boost the protection of Africa’s coasts and seas and to create healthy and sustainable blue economies.

Ghana government memo warns of possible militant attack

Ghana and Togo are the next targets for Islamist militants following high-profile attacks this year in Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast, according to a memo from Ghana's Immigration Service.

Togo rocked by protests over national park relocation

A police commissioner was killed in clashes in northern Togo between police and demonstrators who were protesting against plans to relocate them from a nature reserve that they had settled in, security sources said Friday.

West Africa presidents meet on Burkina crisis

The presidents of Senegal, Togo, Benin and Nigeria were due to travel to Burkina Faso's capital on Tuesday on a mission to negotiate the peaceful roll-back of a coup by presidential guard soldiers last week, Burkina Faso's presidency said.
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