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Cuban Weapons Seized in North Korean Ship at Panama Canal

Soviet-era weapons were getting fixed

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Cuba has admitted being behind a stash of weapons found on board a North Korean ship seized in the Panama Canal.

The Cuban foreign ministry said the ship was carrying obsolete Soviet-era arms from Cuba for repair in North Korea.

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  1. There is a sad day in the world when you feel you need to send your stuff to NK to be repaired. We are talking a country that can’t keep more than one light burning in it’s capital. How far down the hole are you when you look up to Pyongyang?

  2. my co-worker’s mom makes $68 hourly on the internet. She has been fired from work for 9 months but last month her pay was $13092 just working on the internet for a few hours. Here’s the site to read more =-=-=-=-=-WEP6.COM

    1. ^see this is what capitalism plagues us with. no spambots in North Korea.

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