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The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal for compensation from the family of a Ghanaian man who died after being restrained by immigration officials during deportation.

In a decision dated Wednesday, the top court’s Second Petty Bench upheld a lower court ruling that overturned an earlier order for the state to pay damages to the family.

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