See what was found on North Korean ship

A view of the cargo inside a container of the North Korean Chong Chon Gang vessel, where an alleged ageing Soviet-built radar control system for surface-to-air missiles was found, at the Manzanillo Port in Colon, 90km from Panama City, on July 17, 2013. Panama on Wednesday officially requested UN inspectors scrutinise the cargo, which UN diplomats said could constitute a breach of the strict arms sanctions imposed on North Korea over its nuclear programme. North Korea said Wednesday that Cuban arms seized from the Pyongyang-flagged ship near the Panama Canal were part of a legitimate deal. AFP PHOTO / Rodrigo ARANGUARODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images
A view of the cargo inside a container of the North Korean Chong Chon Gang vessel, where an alleged ageing Soviet-built radar control system for surface-to-air missiles was found, at the Manzanillo Port in Colon, 90km from Panama City, on July 17, 2013. Panama on Wednesday officially requested UN inspectors scrutinise the cargo, which UN diplomats said could constitute a breach of the strict arms sanctions imposed on North Korea over its nuclear programme. North Korea said Wednesday that Cuban arms seized from the Pyongyang-flagged ship near the Panama Canal were part of a legitimate deal. AFP PHOTO / Rodrigo ARANGUARODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images

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