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Togo's Gnassingbe sworn in despite protests

Faure Gnassingbe was sworn in for a second five-year term as Togo's president, despite persistent low-level opposition protests against his victory in the March 6 election.

Togo government and opposition agree on demo delay

The Togolese government and opposition have agreed on the postponement of a demonstration planned against the re-election earlier this month of President Faure Gnassingbe, officials from both sides said.

Togo receives PVP armoured vehicles, TC54 trucks

Panhard has delivered six PVP armoured vehicles and 80 TC54 trucks to Togo for the deployment of Togolese units engaged in the MINURCAT mission in eastern Chad. The deliveries follow that of 30 TC54 trucks at the end of 2008 for that purpose.

Togo vote dispute is setback for African democracy: analysis

Togo's presidential vote is the latest in a string of disputed elections in Africa which risk undermining the trend of the last decade for political power to come through the ballot box.

Togo opposition to contest Gnassingbe win

Togo's defeated opposition said yesterday it would contest an election result last week which returned President Faure Gnassingbe as leader of the West African state.
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