Nigeria says it won't appeal ruling on oil-rich Bakassi

By REUTERS
October 9, 2012 10:56

 
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ABUJA - Nigeria's attorney general said on Tuesday the country would not appeal an international ruling that handed the oil-rich Bakassi peninsula to its neighbor Cameroon ten years ago, despite calls from the Senate to re-open the dispute.

Nigeria gave up Bakassi in 2008 after years of political disputes, legal skirmishes and violence that killed dozens of people and nearly pushed the two nations into war.

Its decision not to pursue a legal challenge was an attempt to avoid a new diplomatic row over the disputed territory.

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