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Libya ships out last WMD parts

Libya has sent all its known remaining nuclear weapons-related equipment to the US as part of a disarmament deal. A ship carrying 500 metric tons of equipment left Libya on Saturday for an undisclosed site in the US, White House spokesman Sean McCormack said. He said long-range missiles and launchers were also part of the cargo. The move follows Libya’s surprise announcement in December that it was scrapping its weapons programmes in a bid to end its international isolation. Secret talks had been held between Muammar Gaddafi’s state and its old enemies – the US and the UK – and further improvements in relations have been made since. Full Story

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