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Ghana commissions Chinese patrol boats

Ghana’s navy has commissioned into service four patrol boats donated by China.

Ghana and Ivory Coast act om maritime border dispute

Ghana and Ivory Coast have set up a body to implement an international tribunal ruling on their dispute over a border running through multi-billion dollar offshore oilfields, the countries said in a statement.

Ghana’s bold step away from the ‘war on drugs’

Ghana is poised to become the first African country, and the first country outside of Europe and the Americas, to decriminalise the personal possession and use of all illegal drugs.

Ghana receives four patrol boats donated by China

Ghana has taken delivery of four patrol boats donated from China as the Asian nation moves to deliver some of the equipment pledged in terms of a $7.5 million grant availed in July for the provision of training and equipment to the West African nation.

Ivory Coast accepts ruling in border dispute

Ivory Coast has accepted a ruling by the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea that favoured Ghana in a dispute over the location of the maritime boundary separating the two West African neighbours, an Ivorian government spokesman said.
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