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a republic on the western coast of Africa on the Gulf of Guinea

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The project will target key strategic challenges to the sustainable development of Togo s mining sector.
foreign assistance to Togo aims to encourage a professional military that respects civilian leadership, while continuing to closely monitor the government's willingness to work toward democratic goals.
The draw bagged Togo the runners-up spot in Group D and a last eight match-up with Burkina Faso on Sunday.
Tunisia looked toothless in attack as they slumped to a 3-0 defeat to Ivory Coast on Saturday and they may struggle to unlock the Togo defence, who have impressed in the opening two matches.
As a matter of government policy, Togo does not encourage or facilitate illegal activity associated with drug trafficking.
The Togo football team, known locally as Les Eperviers, or The Sparrow Hawks, on September 4 lost an African Cup of Nations elimination match in Gaborone, Botswana.
The Togolese state-owned distribution company, Compagnie Energie Electrique du Togo, will purchase all the electricity generated, which will help meet the country's current needs.
Togo withdrew from Africa's premier football competition after the team bus was attacked by gunmen in the northern enclave of Cabinda.
Togo quit the 2010 Nations Cup after two members of their delegation were shot and killed during the ambush on the team convoy as it arrived in the restive Angolan enclave of Cabinda.
Togo withdrew from the African Cup of Nations following the attack last Friday that left three officials dead and several players wounded.
When that situation is finally clarified, it is expected that Togo will release the players back to their clubs.
On Saturday, the Togo government had also ordered the team to leave, but the team yesterday confirmed they wanted to play in honour of those killed in the shooting attack on the team's bus.
He wouldn't board the plane unless the Togo Football Federation's President, Tata Avlessi Adaglo, got on board as well - and says he still had to wait in an airport for 14 hours.
Togo had originally threatened not to travel to Dortmund for yesterday's match with Switzerland but relented after pressure from Fifa and a vow from the Togo Football Federation that they would be given their bonuses.
South Korea, with four points, leads the group, but Switzerland could surge ahead with a victory today over Togo.