January 30, 2013

The China-North Korea-Egypt Axis

Bill Gertz, Free Beacon

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China is covertly working with North Koreans to modernize Egypt’s short-range missile systems, raising new concerns among United States intelligence officials about the arms programs of the Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated government in Egypt.

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