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TAKORDI, Ghana - Women walk along the waterfront in the fishing town of Takoradi, Ghana, on March 2, 2009. The majority of Ghana's 23 million live along the nation's 334-mile coast on the Gulf of Guinea. U.S. Africa Command's civilian deputy, Ambassador Mary C. Yates, was visiting Ghana at the beginning of March during a tour of West Africa to discuss international cooperation in counternarcotics and stemming illegal fishing and criminal trafficking. (Photo by Vince Crawley, U.S. Africa Command)
TAKORDI, Ghana - Women walk along the waterfront in the fishing town of Takoradi, Ghana, on March 2, 2009. The majority of Ghana's 23 million live along the nation's 334-mile coast on the Gulf of Guinea. U.S. Africa Command's civilian deputy, Ambassador Mary C. Yates, was visiting Ghana at the beginning of March during a tour of West Africa to discuss international cooperation in counternarcotics and stemming illegal fishing and criminal trafficking. (Photo by Vince Crawley, U.S. Africa Command)
TAKORDI, Ghana - Women walk along the waterfront in the fishing town of Takoradi, Ghana, on March 2, 2009. The majority of Ghana's 23 million live along the nation's 334-mile coast on the Gulf of Guinea. U.S. Africa Command's civilian deputy, Ambassador Mary C. Yates, was visiting Ghana at the beginning of March during a tour of West Africa to discuss international cooperation in counternarcotics and stemming illegal fishing and criminal trafficking. (Photo by Vince Crawley, U.S. Africa Command)
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