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Weapons discovered by Kenyan authorities aboard a Norwegian ship were part of a legitimate cargo for United Nations peacekeepers and the vessel should not have been inspected without a U.N. presence, a U.N. spokesman said Thursday.Kenyan authorities said they uncovered weapons and a drug-like substance stashed inside a shipment of U.N. vehicles when they boarded the Norwegian-flagged Hoegh Transporter at the port of Mombasa last week. The U.N. statement said the weapons found aboard were part of a legitimate cargo of armored personnel carriers destined for the Indian battalion of the U.N.'s peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the statement said.
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