capital of Ghana


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the capital and largest city of Ghana with a deep-water port

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Ascott is bringing an internationally renowned, well-loved brand to the heart of Accra, the capital of Ghana.
In a personal meeting, the Minister of Health in Accra, the capital of Ghana, acknowledged the limits of governmental and regulatory control over medication in distribution in the country.
The city of Accra is the capital of Ghana and the official language is English.
2, when Accra, the capital of Ghana, and the neighboring port of Tema entered the Argentine everyday vocabulary.
And a smaller news item told of the collapse of a shopping mall in Accra, capital of Ghana, and of many people being trapped in the rubble, and of the Israeli Defense Forces mounting quick and efficient mobilization to get a rescue mission on its way there within hours, and of three Ghanaians saved by our soldiers from the rubble.
The crash happened a day after a Nigerian Boeing 727 cargo airliner crashed in Accra, the capital of Ghana, slamming into a bus and killing 10 people.
XFT Ghana is a business based in Accra the capital of Ghana, with branches in the U.
In addition, emergent ciprofloxacin resistance has been described in Accra, the capital of Ghana (15).
United Airlines announced the schedule for the airlineOs first-ever nonstop service to the African continent, with once-daily service linking Washington with Accra, the capital of Ghana, beginning June 20.
In a meeting held in the capital of Ghana, Accra, where the six summit of ACP Group will start morrow, the foreign ministers of the 79 state members reiterated their position against efforts to sue the Sudanese President over Darfur crimes.
Egyptian national soccer team won the African Nations Cup, beating Cameron 1-0 in the final match which was held on Sunday in Akra, the capital of Ghana.
He was a chef and the owner of a restaurant called Leena's Pot in Accra, the capital of Ghana.
Crowds were anticipated in prime viewing points, among them Accra, the capital of Ghana, and in Turkey and India.
He grew up in the small industrial town of Tema, about 20 miles from Accra, the capital of Ghana.
Yesterday he began his trip to Accra, the capital of Ghana, for the beginning of a 12-night supporters' fact-finding mission to see the charity's work first-hand.