Q+A - What might happen with monitored North Korean ship?

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  • Sunday, 21 Jun 2009

(Reuters) - The U.S. Navy is tracking a North Korean ship under a new U.N. resolution that bars Pyongyang from trading in weapons, including missile parts and nuclear material.

U.S. officials have declined to say what the Kang Nam might be carrying, but said it was "a subject of interest". The vessel left a North Korean port on Wednesday.

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