|Togo floods kill 21|
afrol News, 29 October - At least 21 persons have been killed and over 80,000 have been affected by the heavy floods hitting Togo. Neighbouring Benin still struggles to hand out aid after even tougher floods hit the country earlier.
|Togo opposition split over poll defeat|
afrol News, 31 March - Togo's main opposition parties are disagreeing on whether protests against the election results should continue or not. Some parties have recognised the poll defeat, while leading opposition candidate Jean-Pierre Fabre still holds the election was stolen.
|Abidjan-Lagos highway overhaul financed|
afrol News, 24 March - The Abidjan-Lagos transport corridor, connecting the Ivorian capital with Ghana, Togo, Benin and Nigeria along the densely populated coast, is to be overhauled to lower transportation time and costs. Also border posts are to become more effective.
|Fears of violence after Togo elections|
afrol News, 8 March - The early announcement of the election victory of President Faure Gnassingbé and the opposition's insistency the election was stolen raise fears of a new wave of violence in Togo. Protesters in Lomé have been met with tear gas.
|Gnassingbé, opposition claim lead in Togo poll|
afrol News, 5 March - Will Togo experience its first truly democratic elections without fraud and intimidation? As the first poll results come from Lomé, both President Faure Gnassingbé and the opposition claim victory, but the opposition again claims fraud was widespread.
|Togo gets first direct EU grant|
afrol News, 3 November - In a step sealing the total normalisation between Togolese-European Union (EU) ties, the Lomé government was given a euro 15 million grant defined as a direct budget support. This comes as Togo is preparing for general elections early next year.
|"Togo under control" - President|
afrol News, 21 May - Togolese President Faure Gnassingbé has declared that the situation in his country was under control after a suspected coup attempt last month, in which his half-brother was alleged to be involved.
|Togo coup plan unveiled|
afrol News, 17 April - Authorities in Togo are strengthening the case against the President's brother Kpatcha Gnassingbé, who is formally charged with planning a coup against his brother, Faure Gnassingbé. A major arms arsenal has been found at his house.
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» 03.09.2008 - IMF pledges increased support to Togo
» 08.08.2008 - Togo's floods plea gets IMF sympathy
» 23.07.2008 - Togo electricity production to double
» 13.06.2008 - Debt cancellation for Togo
» 19.05.2008 - Togo optimistic on economic recovery
» 18.04.2008 - AfDB clears Togo's debts
» 17.04.2008 - Togo set for TRC creation
» 03.12.2007 - EU lifts Togo ban
» 14.11.2007 - Togo benefits EU grants
» 13.11.2007 - Togolese Premier resigns
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