A South African court has given a suspended sentence to a German who pleaded guilty to involvement in a global nuclear smuggling ring.
Wisser made a plea deal with prosecutors
Gerhard Wisser - a long-term resident of South Africa - was accused of making parts which could have helped Libya make a nuclear weapon.
He was convicted of seven charges in a deal with prosecutors.
In return, the South African state agreed that his 18-year prison sentence be suspended for five years.
A Swiss man is due to appear in court later this month to face similar charges.