Under Tons of Sugar, Lethal Cargo – Korea Real Time – WSJ

So what exactly was in the cargo hold of that North Korean vessel intercepted in the Panama Canal last month?

The North Korean-flagged Chong Chon Gang was sailing from Cuba, whose foreign ministry said at the time that it carried 10,000 tons of sugar and 240 metric tons of “obsolete defensive weapons,” including disassembled missiles, two MiG-21 Bis jet fighters and two disassembled antiaircraft missile complexes, “to be repaired and returned to Cuba.”

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via Under Tons of Sugar, Lethal Cargo – Korea Real Time – WSJ.

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