Report: 3 Iranian businessmen disappear in Turkey

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March 9, 2007 10:48

 
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Three Iranians disappeared in Turkey, following allegations that they attempted to smuggle missiles into Iran, it was reported on Friday. Turkish newspapers reported Friday morning that the three Iranians, who owned Turkish companies operating, disappeared late last year following their attempts to smuggle spare used missile parts to Iran. Reportedly, the attempt to export American-made rocket pieces to Iran, was foiled when Turkish customs informed the US authorities of the sale. Turkish newspapers reported that the three Iranians disappeared shortly after the incident, last December.

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