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Japan seizes nuclear-related materials from N Korea cargo

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"Myanmar when it arrived in Tokyo via the Chinese port of Dalian."

Gee what a shock, "cough, cough", yeah.

The PRC funded DPRK is a rogue and it's benefactor uses it like a pawn.

Too bad that the folks that suffer are the common people who are forced to eat grass while their PRC funded leaders live like kings.

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Hang on - isnt this the same Burma where the centrifuges were heading that abe and japanese business are jumping through hoops to do business deals with?

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It was coming OUT of North Korea... I don't get it, why would NK export something it might need?

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Its coming to a head.. good time to go on vacation.. for a year

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BurakuminDes: "Hang on - isnt this the same Burma where the centrifuges were heading that abe and japanese business are jumping through hoops to do business deals with?"

Exactly!

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@Farmboy,

Exactly, nothing but weasel words.

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gogogo, for income, NK already exports and increasingly hopes to export nuclear-related materials, missile technology and know-how to many countries, including Burma, Iran, Yemen, etc.

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It could also had been a sting operation with cooperation from the Myanmar government in exchange for ODA.

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Who is stupid enough to sell this kind of stuff to a crazy country like the DPRK??

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