Lome - Togo opposition leaders on Tuesday said President Faure Gnassingbe "declared war on the Togolese people" by accusing them of orchestrating violence in massive anti-government protests across the West African country.

The protests for the removal of Faure Gnassingbé in Togo rage on in Togo. After a dictatorship that has lasted fifty years the people of Togo are demanding a change.

On July 23, 1992, Tavio was shot by two men while waiting for a car. He would die several days later in France, where he was rushed for treatment. At the time Tavio was aware that the government was trying to kill him. He had bought a bullet-proof to protect himself, although he was not wearing it the day that he was shot. Tavio had also stopped sleeping at his home for his own safety.

Lome - Togo's opposition on Thursday rounded off its third protest against the government this week amid concern about a loss of momentum after more than two months of action.

The United States Department of State has issued a travel alert for Togo to its citizens in the face of recurring political protests in the west African country.

Togolese international Emmanuel Sheyi Adebayor has attracted some fury from anti-government protesters after his brief comment on the political crisis in the country.

Togo's opposition on Wednesday accused the security forces of "savage repression" after nearly 20 of its supporters were injured as they tried to protest against the ruling party.

Lome - Thousands of people took to the streets in Togo's capital, Lome, on Tuesday, in the latest protest calling for the long-standing President Faure Gnassingbe to step down.

The Togolese government has further appeased the opposition by releasing 42 protesters detained since September and dropped a 2013 arson case against opposition leader Jean Pierre Fabre.

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