In Japan: Four suspects arrested for allegedly selling missile technology to Iran
Four people have been arrested in Japan for allegedly exporting equipment to Iran, which could potentially be used in the production of missiles.
The suspects worked at a car production company in the capital of Tokyo, AP reported. Among the four arrested is the company’s 68-year-old president.
According to Tokyo police, the company is suspected of exporting without a license, industrial machines that are used, among other things, in the production of solid fuel, which is used in missiles. (Albawaba.com)