|Earlier today a Spanish warship, operating alongside the US and other allies, intercepted a North Korean ship that had been followed closely by the US since leaving the DPRK several weeks ago. The Spanish ship ordered the DPRK vessel, which was NOT carrying the flag of North Korea, to heave to. It refused, and the Spanish ship fired several warning shots. After boarding the Korean vessel, the Spanish were assisted by American military personnel. Onboard they found over a dozen missiles closely ressembling the Soviet made Scud Launcher, as well as missile parts. The Vessel appeared to have been heading south, to try and cross the Horn of Africa. The question is, where was it heading? (Libya perhaps?...) Anyway, when Santa draws up his list of who has been naughty this year, and who has been nice, expect the North Koreans to get some coal!