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I just noticed that in the french wikipedia article of TOGO, there is a more updated population and population desity statistics. According to the french version, this is the statistics: Rank 106th 5,399,236 people 95 people/km² Extimated 2006
I don't exactly know how to convert people/km² into people/miles², nor do i know how to edit this on wikipedia (properly). I also am really busy and don't have the time to figure out how to edit several articles and their statistics.
I just thought I should point out that they need to be updated. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Anonymous (May 10, 2007),
In reading the section on Togolese football, much of the content seems repetitive or disjointed. I don't know how frequently edited this page is, but I'd like to give that section a bit of a fix. Would anyone mind? Medusalith Boltagon (talk) 07:41, 29 May 2012 (UTC)
I cleaned it up a bit. Remember, Be Bold, if you see a change to be made, go ahead and make it. Vettrock (talk) 10:00, 20 July 2012 (UTC)
Plan to remove (January 2010) tag at head of article. (Announced: April 28, 2013)
This tag is dated January 2010. That is over three years ago. There have been hundreds of edits since then. I am assuming that the concerns expressed by this tag have been mostly resolved. Should the tag be removed? Your comments will help either way.