UN Inspectors in Panama to Probe North Korean Ship

A six-member United Nations team arrived in Panama to investigate a North Korean ship caught carrying arms from Cuba. Last month, Panama stopped the ship and seized the cargo after a stand-off with the North Korean crew in which the captain tried to slit his own throat. Officials have found most of the weapons Havana said were on board, including the two fighter jets, and two missile radar systems hidden under thousands of sacks of sugar.