FM calls North Korea, Syria and Iran new 'Axis of Evil'

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May 12, 2010 09:39

 
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Foreign Minister Avigdor Leiberman, stated Tuesday morning that the airplane that was captured in December in Bangkok with a weapons cache from North Korea was intended to transport arms to Hamas and Hizbullah.

"North Korea, Syria and Iran work as a new Axis of Evil that threatens world security and produces weapons of mass destruction," said Lieberman at press conference in Tokyo.

The plane was captured five months ago by the Thai authorities.

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