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US turned blind eye to NKorea arms sales to Ethiopia

The United States on Monday admitted implicitly that it did not interdict a shipment of North Korean weapons to Ethiopia despite UN sanctions on Pyongyang for its nuclear test. State Department spokesman Sean McCormack refused to comment directly on a New York Times report that the United States allowed Ethiopia to purchase the arms from North Korea in January, when Addis Ababa was supporting Somali government troops in a battle against Islamist militias, and three months after the UN sanctions were adopted. Full Story

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