Panama's President Ricardo Martinelli posted on his Twitter account Monday July 15, 2013 showing what he said officials believe is sophisticated missile equipment found in containers of sugar aboard a North Korean-flagged ship traveling from Cuba. Panamanian officials verified the tweet was authentic
Panama's President Ricardo Martinelli posted on his Twitter account Monday July 15, 2013 showing what he said officials believe is sophisticated missile equipment found in containers of sugar aboard a North Korean-flagged ship traveling from Cuba. Panamanian officials verified the tweet was authentic AP
Panama's President Ricardo Martinelli posted on his Twitter account Monday July 15, 2013 showing what he said officials believe is sophisticated missile equipment found in containers of sugar aboard a North Korean-flagged ship traveling from Cuba. Panamanian officials verified the tweet was authentic AP

Panama finds missile parts under bags of sugar in North Korean freighter

July 16, 2013 12:05 PM

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