The striker has been ordered to train with the reserves
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Monday 03 December 2012
Striker due to go to African Nations Cup in January
Monday 27 August 2012
Women in the civil-rights group "Let's Save Togo" have announced a week-long sex strike to demand the resignation of President Faure Gnassingbé.
Tuesday 21 August 2012
Tottenham today finally completed the permanent signing of Emmanuel Adebayor from Manchester City.
Saturday 14 July 2012
An ethical, micro-loan scheme which allows people to lend directly to potential entrepreneurs in developing countries has broken through the £1m barrier.
Saturday 10 December 2011
Simon Read looks at an alternative Christmas gift that could help a small business abroad
Monday 28 November 2011
At least six delegates from a top Togolese football team have been killed and another 28 people critically injured after a bus plunged into a ravine.
Friday 02 September 2011
Friday 08 July 2011
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor has accused the club's hierarchy of not being "man enough" to tell him he is not wanted.
Sunday 03 April 2011
Fighters loyal to Ivory Coast presidential rivals Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara held onto positions around the main city Abidjan on Sunday, a day that saw less fighting than the previous three.
Thursday 24 March 2011
A British national killed after an explosion ripped through a bus stop in Jerusalem was an evangelical Christian who was studying Hebrew.
Thursday 16 September 2010
Wednesday 15 September 2010
Reports claim a fake Togo team played a match against Bahrain earlier this month.
Tuesday 10 August 2010
Emmanuel Adebayor has admitted he would be willing to come out of international retirement if football in Togo started to organise itself in a more professional manner.
Friday 23 July 2010
There have been so many books about the world economy since the recession struck that the book market has become a bit like the economy itself. It's hard to pick out the clear signals from the background noise, but insofar as one can distinguish what has been happening, the tone is pretty sombre. Harry Bingham's approach is refreshing in what it is not. It isn't quite a study of the meltdown itself, nor of the decline of the West vis-à-vis China and India, nor a banker-bashing tome, and certainly not one of those tedious "I told you so" exercises of which there have been far too many.
Saturday 12 June 2010
A human rights activist has been jailed for three years by an Angolan court for committing crimes against the state.
If I’m being racially abused I don’t need a stranger with a saviour complex to rescue me
The only black face in the Ukip manifesto is on the page about overseas aid
Ukip is the only main political party to not address LGBT rights in its manifesto
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Religion isn't growing, it is becoming vigorous in its demise, says philosopher AC Grayling
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