Togo opposition leader Jean Pierre Fabre arrives to cast his ballot during legislative elections in the city of Lome, Togo, Thursday July 25, 2013. Togo has begun voting in a twice-delayed legislative... more 
Togo opposition leader Jean Pierre Fabre arrives to cast his ballot during legislative elections in the city of Lome, Togo, Thursday July 25, 2013. Togo has begun voting in a twice-delayed legislative election that is a test of whether mounting discontent with the West African nation's long-ruling family dynasty will translate into electoral gains for the opposition. Eyadema Gnassingbe came to power through a coup and ruled Togo from 1967 until his death in 2005, when his son Faure Gnassingbe took over following a flawed and violent election. Faure Gnassingbe has ruled since, but frustration with the government has spurred protests even in the family's northern strongholds. (AP Photo/Erick Kaglan) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Erick Kaglan
Thu, Jul 25, 2013 3:10 PM EDT