ANKARA - A Bermudan ship suspected of carrying weapons and ammunition believed to be heading for Syria has docked at Turkey's Mediterranean Iskenderun port after receiving a warning from the United Nations to change its course, Turkish media reported on Wednesday.
The Turkish foreign ministry said a ship had docked at Iskenderun on Wednesday but could not confirm whether there were weapons aboard. The report was carried by Turkey's Dogan news agency and broadcaster CNN Turk.
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