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Australia arrests man accused of trying to sell missile parts for North Korea

By Reuters
17 December 2017   |   11:00 am
Australian police arrest a man accused of working on the black market to sell missile components and coal on behalf of North Korea, the first charges ever brought in Australia over the sale of weapons of mass destruction.

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