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Topic - Vincent Mdunge
South African police seized a shipment of guns they believe was bound for Somalia to be used against pirates in a possible violation of a U.N. arms embargo, authorities said Tuesday.
Police had been tracking the shipment and four people — two South Africans and two foreigners — were arrested in the Dec. 23 raid and are out on bail, said South African police spokesman Vincent Mdunge.
Mr. Mdunge would not name the shippers, but said investigators believe that the weapons were being sent to Somalia for use against pirates.