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[Togonews] Togo's government on Monday declared a "state of security emergency" in its northern border region to give the armed forces more flexibility to deal with the threat of jihadist attacks.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] Places of worship will still be closed by the government, whether they are legally installed or not. This time, it has nothing to do with the covid19 health crisis because the places of worship remained for many months. But, the management of the cults now blames them for too much noise pollution. And the incessant calls to order seem to fall on deaf ears.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] The Business School (ESA) and Bureau VERITAS Togo are now partners. A signing ceremony took place this Friday, June 10, 2022 in Lomé, to materialize this agreement.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] This is only one of the first words of the leader of the Togolese opposition, and national president of the UFC (Union of Forces of Change), Dr Gilchrist Olympio, on his return to Togo, after several months away of the country, sanctioned by a stay in Paris in France and in Accra in Ghana.
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[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] Market women in Lomé are furious at this deadly attack on law enforcement and security officers. Indeed, according to our colleagues from Globalactu, a member of the Global Atlantic Telegram press group, "a young person attacked 2 law enforcement officers with a knife on Thursday.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] The facts occurred yesterday Wednesday June 1, 2022 and shocked the populations of Tsévié, in the prefecture of Zio, about 35 km from Lomé.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] The "Ministry in charge of youth is launching a call for projects to select and reward the 20 best micro-projects carried out by youth associations. The approach is part of the celebration of World Youth Day (August 12)", could we read today on the site of the Togolese Republic (Republiquetogolaise.com).
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] This is what the Togolese authorities are aiming for, said the Ministers of the Environment, Foli Bazi Katari and of Communication, Akodah Ayéwouadan, last Friday.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] The Togolese head of state, Faure Gnassingbé was yesterday Tuesday on a friendly and working visit of a few hours on Congolese soil, with his eldest, Sassou N'Guesso.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] Salutary is this work that is currently being carried out by a detachment of the road police which watches over the grain at the traffic lights of Bè Adjrometi (also called traffic lights Photo Vénavi), shortly before the Palace of Chief Aklassou. If drivers coming from the Bè market, claiming to be at a T-junction and therefore having the right free to circulate, without necessarily waiting for the green, it should be noted that there is abuse in use insofar as these drivers do not ob
[CAF] The curtains fell on Sunday on the 2021-2022 season of Togo's first division national football championship. And it is ASKO who won the title for the third consecutive season and the seventh time in their history.
[CAF] To start the 2023 AFCON qualifiers, Togo have called up a player of great renown and some young talents to face Eswatini and Cape Verde next month.
[The Conversation Africa] The threat of violent extremism across West Africa has been on the rise in recent times.
[African Union] The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, has learned with great alarm of the terrorist attack that took place on 11 May, against a military post of the Togolese armed forces, in the locality of Kpékpakandi, in northern Togo, and which left 8 people dead and 13 injured.
[CAF] Football in Togo enters a new era with the process of setting up the Professional Football League (LFPT). During the Ordinary General Assembly held on Friday, May 6, the members of FTF (Togolese Football Federation) approved the implementation of the league.
[CAF] Cote d'Ivoire produced some brilliant performance to defeat hosts Niger 1-0 to get their 2022 WAFU B U20 Championship campaign underway in a promising fashion on Saturday.
[RFI] The President of Togo has agreed to mediate in Mali, where the military junta is under international pressure to re-establish civilian rule after taking power in 2020.
[New Republic] President George Manneh Weah has congratulated the Government and people of the Republic of Togo on the occasion commemorating the 62nd Independence Anniversary on April 27, 2022 of that country.
[Leadership] The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission(ICPC) has said, foreign investors shun Nigerian seaports over high level of corruption and corrupt activities taking place in the port.
[CAF] Eswatini, a team from COSAFA, must familiarize themselves with the habits and customs of West Africa since they have to face three West African countries in the TotalEnergies AFCON Qualifiers, namely Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde and Togo.
[Togonews] Saudi Arabia announced on Saturday that it would allow one million Muslims, Saudis or from around the world, to participate in the hajj pilgrimage this year.
[White House] Every country, including our own, experiences risks and challenges related to stability and conflict. The international community grapples with issues that cut across borders, societies, ways of life, and economies. As the world has witnessed too often, the effects of conflict and instability are not constrained by borders or technologies. Cooperation and long-term investments in conflict prevention and stabilization are needed now more than ever to build peace across divided communities and boundaries. We
[allAfrica] Geneva -- The United Nations agency responsible for setting international standards for the treatment of workers and improving living standards throughout the world has elected an African to lead it for the first time.
[RFI] A subsea cable owned by Google that promises to double internet speeds for millions in Africa arrived in Togo on Friday. It's the latest step in a multi-year project to provide cheaper access to users across the continent.
[The Conversation Africa] The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work.
[CAF] Togo national team coach Paulo Duarte has named five debutantes in his 38-man squad for this month's friendlies to be played in Turkey.
[Nile Post] President Yoweri Museveni on Saturday joined his counterparts from Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo Brazaville, and Togo to discuss among others coups and security in Africa.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] Within the framework of the strengthening of the relations of friendship and cooperation which exist between the Togolese Republic and the Islamic Republic of Iran, and at the invitation of his Iranian counterpart, HE Dr. Hossein AMIRABDOLLAHIYAN, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran , HE Prof. Robert DUSSEY, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and Togolese Abroad paid a working visit to Tehran from January 23 to 26, 2022.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] On Monday, January 24, 2022 in Geneva (Switzerland), Togo presented before the United Nations Human Rights Committee, its report to the Universal Periodic Review (UPR), on the situation of human rights.
[TÃ©lÃ©gramme228] "Well-ordered charity begins with oneself", it is said, thus the Mediator of the Republic, Mrs. Awa Nana-Daboya, 3 months after her swearing-in, went to the Constitutional Court on 24 last January in order to declare his property and assets.
[United Nations Human Rights Council] Togo's human rights record will be examined by the UN Human Rights Council's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Working Group for the third time on Monday, 24 January 2022 in a meeting that will be webcast live.
[RSF] Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Togo's authorities to rescind the extremely strict and unjustified judicial controls placed on two newspaper editors as a condition for their release on 31 December after three weeks in prison in the capital, Lomé, on charges of defaming and insulting two government ministers.
[RSF] After repeatedly targeting the biweekly newspaper L'Alternative in recent years with administrative sanctions, judicial proceedings and surveillance, Togo's authorities have finally jailed its editor, Ferdinand Ayité.