Togo: bishops decry police raid on church
June 25, 2012
Togo’s bishops decried the decision by police to conduct a violent raid on a church in Lomé, the nation’s capital, after protesters took refuge there.
The “sacrilegious act,” which included the use of tear gas, “desecrated the house of the Lord,” the bishops said.
- The Bishops condemn violence and call for peaceful confrontation (Fides)
- Togo Opposition Vows More Protests Despite Leader’s Arrest (Voice of America)
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