Report: Greece searching North Korea arms ship to Syria

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September 28, 2010 14:55

 
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Greek authorities on Tuesday carried out searches on board a cargo ship that is suspected of transferring weapons from North Korea to Syria, according to a Reuters report.

"It's a French-owned, German-flagged ship with cargo from North Korea, probably sailing to Syria," a senior government official told Reuters.

The official claimed "we have opened four containers so far and have found non-military material that could have a dual use."

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