(FILES) A handout picture provided by the Nigerian army on October 28, 2015 shows weapons seized by Nigerian forces around Boko Haram's Sambisa forest stronghold in the restive northeast. (AFP PHOTO / NIGERIAN ARMY)
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Serbian police have busted a gang smuggling arms to France, arresting two Serbian nationals and seizing guns and explosives, the interior minister said Wednesday.The announcement came just a few days after the head of a state-controlled Serbian weapons factory told AFP that some of the arms believed to be used in last month's deadly Paris attacks were manufactured by the firm.Milojko Brzakovic, head of the Zastava arms factory, told AFP last week that following the November 13 attacks in Paris, Serbia's interior ministry was asked by French police and Interpol to check serial numbers of seven weapons, including assault rifles, believed to have been manufactured in Zastava.
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