The crew of the flagship of Argentina's navy, the A.R.A. Libertad, run along the dock at the port of Tema, outside Accra, Ghana, Thursday, Oct 11, 2012, where the Libertad is being held by a judge answering a complaint from a U.S. hedge fund. A Ghanaian court ruled today against releasing the vessel because of action against the Argentine state by creditors in the United States. The U.S. creditors are demanding payment in full for Argentine bonds for which most investors accepted 30 cents on the dollar in 2005. (AP Photo / Michael A. Mariant)

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The crew of the flagship of Argentina's navy, the A.R.A. Libertad, run along the dock at the port of Tema, outside Accra, Ghana, Thursday, Oct 11, 2012, where the Libertad is being held by a judge answering a complaint from a U.S. hedge fund. A Ghanaian court ruled today against releasing the vessel because of action against the Argentine state by creditors in the United States. The U.S. creditors are demanding payment in full for Argentine bonds for which most investors accepted 30 cents on the dollar in 2005. (AP Photo / Michael A. Mariant)
The crew of the flagship of Argentina's navy, the A.R.A. Libertad, run along the dock at the port of Tema, outside Accra, Ghana, Thursday, Oct 11, 2012, where the Libertad is being held by a judge answering a complaint from a U.S. hedge fund. A Ghanaian court ruled today against releasing the vessel because of action against the Argentine state by creditors in the United States. The U.S. creditors are demanding payment in full for Argentine bonds for which most investors accepted 30 cents on the dollar in 2005. (AP Photo / Michael A. Mariant)