2 US Navy soldiers found dead in Ghana hotel room

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January 1, 2008 22:24

 
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Two US Navy sailors were found dead Tuesday in a hotel room in the West African nation of Ghana, the US Navy said. The sailors were stationed aboard the USS Fort McHenry, which is on a seven-month voyage through the Gulf of Guinea aimed in part at training local militaries on maritime security. They were found dead in their room at a hotel in Tema, where they had taken time off during the mission, the Navy said in a statement "The cause of death is unknown and is being investigated by host nation authorities in cooperation with US Navy," the statement said, giving no other details.

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