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Detained Argentine naval ship leaves Ghana

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The Argentine naval vessel ARA Libertad is tugged out of Tema harbour in Accra December 19, 2012. The Argentine naval vessel detained in Ghana at the request of a hedge fund seeking payment on defaulted government bonds left the West African country on Wednesday, a port official said. The ARA Libertad, a tall sailing ship used for training, was detained on a court order obtained by NML Capital Ltd, which claims it is owed $300...more

The Argentine naval vessel ARA Libertad is tugged out of Tema harbour in Accra December 19, 2012. The Argentine naval vessel detained in Ghana at the request of a hedge fund seeking payment on defaulted government bonds left the West African country on Wednesday, a port official said. The ARA Libertad, a tall sailing ship used for training, was detained on a court order obtained by NML Capital Ltd, which claims it is owed $300 million from Argentina's default in 2002. REUTERS/Presidencia/Handout
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Crew members of the Argentine naval vessel ARA Libertad board the ship at Tema harbour in Accra December 19, 2012. REUTERS/Handout

Crew members of the Argentine naval vessel ARA Libertad board the ship at Tema harbour in Accra December 19, 2012. REUTERS/Handout
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Crew members of the Argentine naval vessel ARA Libertad board the ship at Tema harbour in Accra December 19, 2012. REUTERS/Handout

Crew members of the Argentine naval vessel ARA Libertad board the ship at Tema harbour in Accra December 19, 2012. REUTERS/Handout
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