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Iranian Ammunition Surfaces Across African Conflictsi
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January 21, 2013 6:54 PM
For years, unmarked ammunition has been circulating in some of Africa's bloodiest conflict zones - Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Ivory Coast. After a six-year investigation, arms investigators say they have figured out where the ammunition is being made: Iran. Selah Hennessy reports for VOA from London.

Iranian Ammunition Surfaces Across African Conflicts

Published January 21, 2013

For years, unmarked ammunition has been circulating in some of Africa's bloodiest conflict zones - Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Ivory Coast. After a six-year investigation, arms investigators say they have figured out where the ammunition is being made: Iran. Selah Hennessy reports for VOA from London.


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