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Antiterrorism: new important issues in Central Africa

Antiterrorism: new important issues in Central Africa

Terrorism continues to spread in Central Africa, particularly in Burkina Faso and Central African Republic, but also in Congo-Kinshasa. A regional instability that worries at the highest level the United States and the major European powers. And there’s a new challenge in central Africa, as a consequence of the antiterrorist fight.

 

Europol: worrying stockpiles of explosives in Daesh

Europol: worrying stockpiles of explosives in Daesh

In a recent confidential note, Europol expressed concern about Daesh’s logistics networks, identified several months ago, which are involved in major movements of trafficking and storage of explosives in several Central European countries and the Balkans.

 

The financier of the ‘brain’ of 9/11 is still active

The financier of the ‘brain’ of 9/11 is still active

Can you openly finance the ‘brain’ of the most spectacular and lethal terrorist attack in History, one that shook the foundations of the first world power and caused nearly 3,000 victims, and manage to avoid any prosecution or indictment?Even worse, can you be on the blacklists of the UN and the US Treasury and continue surreptitiously accessing your supposedly frozen assets to take out the tidy sum of 120 million dollars per year, i.e. $10,000 per month? 

 

The impunity of financiers of terrorism: the incredible Qatari example!

The Wall Street Journal’s recent revelations about failures and inadequacies of the UN sanctions program against the financing of terrorism, have made break out what many UN experts and officials knew and have denounced for many years.

 

ISIS: towards a “war of attrition” by procuration?

ISIS: towards a “war of attrition” by procuration?

The ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, appeared in a propaganda video published by the mediatic arm of the organization Al-Furqan. An outbreak that marks a turning point in the operating mode of the terrorist organization that his boss described as “war of attrition”.

 

The new business of the Swiss brother of Osama bin Laden

The new business of the Swiss brother of Osama bin Laden

Returned to Saudi Arabia, Yeslam Bin Laden, 68, one of Osama’s older brothers, had been out of radar for many years. We have just learned that he has recently sold his private residence in Geneva, bought in 1985, for 23 million Swiss francs (20, 2 million euros).