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South Africa,Georgia

28 June 2013

Independent/IOL Daily News (South Africa)

JOHANNESBURG - More than 200,000 rounds of ammunition have allegedly been stolen from the military and sold off to a gun shop - which exported the ammunition to a country in conflict. Two soldiers and a civilian have been arrested and have appeared in the Lenasia Magistrate's Court on charges of theft of ammunition and fraud. The Star has reliably learnt that more warrants of arrest have been issued, with more arrests imminent. Sergeant Peter Motaung, 49, a storeman... (GunPolicy.org)

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