UN report: UAE violates Libya arms embargo

 Reuters 14 June 2017 Report says Gulf nation has repeatedly violated international arms embargo and secretly supplied renegade general. Haftar’s LNA has taken control of key areas across eastern and central Libya over the past year [Reuters] The United Arab Emirates is playing a destabilising role in Libya, analysts say, days after the release of…

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2017 No. 754 CRIMINAL LAW The European Union Financial Sanctions (Amendment o f Information Provisions) Regulations 2017

S T A T U T O R Y    I N S T R U M E N T S 2017 No. 754 CRIMINAL LAW The European Union Financial Sanctions (Amendment of Information Provisions) Regulations 2017 Made                               17th July 2017 Laid before Parliament   18th July 2017 Coming into force           8th August 2017 For full…

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Sudan Gets Down to Business in the Face of Sanctions and Strife

The Wall Street Journal (subscription required) Entrepreneurs find new avenues as U.S. delays lifting economic curbs and president clings to power; Gulf states provide investment lifeline   By Matina Stevis Updated July 18, 2017 9:45 a.m. ET KHARTOUM, Sudan—In the capital of a country widely deemed a pariah state, the hustle is always on. “We…

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The JCPOA Procurement Channel – Status and Lessons Learned

Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non‑Proliferation International platform for disarmament and non-proliferation dialogue, research and education Posted on 24 June 2017 Event Reports Ambassador Didier Lenori, Head of the EU Delegation to the International Organisations in Vienna   On 12 June 2017, the VCDNP, with support from King’s College London, organised an event entitled “JCPOA…

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Dark Web Threat Analytics using multiple API’s

 Eric Kant’s Blog July 9, 2017   Eric Kant Innovation Advisor | Cyber Security | Integrator | Blogger TrustedOps.com Tracking your business, brand, talent or interest in the dark web will provide early alerting to breaches, compromises and threats faced today. When does 1 + 1 = 11 ? Integrating multiple API’s into event operations…

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Germany Questions Siemens on Equipment That Made It to Crimea

Wall Street Journal Two turbines that the corporation sold to Technopromexport for use in Russia were apparently instead shipped to Russian-occupied Crimea   Siemens filed a lawsuit in Moscow this week against Technopromexport, a subsidiary of Russia’s state-owned Rostec State, after learning from what it called reliable sources that two turbines it had sold to…

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