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'Tension in the air' as Togo faces second day of protests

Huge crowds turned out in Togo's capital for the second day running to demand political reform, in the largest opposition protests against President Faure Gnassingbe's regime. Demonstrators began their march calmly late morning on Thursday and continued into the night, blowing whistles and waving Togo's green, yellow and red flag, with a heavy security presence stationed at major intersections.
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