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Greeks Probe Terror Link to Cargo Ship

A rusting cargo ship was placed under heavy guard Monday as officials struggled to unravel its last voyage: Were hundreds of tons of explosives below decks linked to terrorism or simply a business deal gone bad? The Greek coast guard impounded the Baltic Sky, and army demolition experts secured its cargo of 750 tons of industrial-grade explosives and 8,000 detonators that documents say were bound for Sudan. The vessel was forced to anchor at an obscure Greek port Sunday after wandering the Mediterranean Sea for nearly six weeks much of it under international surveillance. Its crew five Ukrainians and two Azerbaijanis face charges that include entering Greek waters without announcing their hazardous cargo. Full Story

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