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Cosco ship "Arms still onboard"

Cosco ship "Arms still onboard"
ACCORDING to the International Transport Workers' Federation and ITUC the Cosco-owned general cargo ship An Yue Jiang has left Luanda, Angola, after unloading a cargo of cement and construction material only.

COSCO SHIP, ?ARMS STILL ONBOARD?

ACCORDING to the International Transport Workers' Federation and ITUC (International Trade Union Confederation) the Cosco-owned general cargo ship An Yue Jiang has left Luanda, Angola, after unloading a cargo of cement and construction material only.

UTF says: ?No attempt was made to offload any armaments, and the ship sailed after taking on fuel and food. Trade unionists, including from the port workers" union, maintained a watch on the ship and what came off and went on it throughout its stay in port. The police were also present.

Cosco officials had earlier indicated the ship would return to China with its shipment of arms for Zimbabwe's armed forces.

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