A ship packed with battle tanks and ammunition, freed after being held by Somali pirates since September, has reached the Kenyan port of Mombasa.
The MV Faina, released for a ransom of $3.2m (£2.2m), was met by Kenyan and Ukrainian government officials.
Controversy still surrounds the freight on the Ukrainian-registered vessel.
Kenya insists the weaponry is for the Kenyan army, but the ship's documents seem to suggest the arms belong to the government of South Sudan.
A parliamentary committee is investigating the issue.
The BBC's Karen Allen in Mombasa says if the allegations are true, it would be a huge embarrassment for the Kenyan government, which helped broker a peace deal between the north and south of Sudan four years ago.
Pirates seized the MV Faina on 25 September 2008
Cargo consisted of 33 T-72 tanks, rocket launchers and small arms
Kenya claims the cargo; reports said it was for South Sudan
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