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African migration what the numbers really tell us

Africa is often depicted in the media as a continent of mass exodus. Images of desperate Africans on overcrowded boats bound for Europe, or those of stranded migrants in transit countries such as Libya, are plastered across our television and computer screens. The often sensational and one-dimensional reporting on African…

African migration what the numbers really tell us African migration what the numbers really tell us

Deputy Director General Of The Police - Inspector General Meets The Visting Canadian Delegation

Within the framework of activating the mechanisms of joint cooperation between the Sudanese police and the Canadian police,Mr.lieutenant General police Dr.Osman Mohammed younis,deputy director general-inspector general,met in his office,the visiting Canadian delegation.He welcomed the delegation,and thanked them for the visit,and appreciated the role of Canadian police,in seeking to build the…

Deputy Director General Of The Police - Inspector General Meets The Visting Canadian Delegation Deputy Director General Of The Police - Inspector General Meets The Visting Canadian Delegation

Iran's network of influence in Mid-East 'growing'

Iran's regional rivals have spent billions of dollars on Western weaponry, much of it from the UK.Yet for a fraction of that cost, sanctions-bound Iran has been able to successfully embed itself across the region into a position of strategic advantage.It has a major influence - verging on a controlling…

Iran's network of influence in Mid-East 'growing' Iran's network of influence in Mid-East 'growing'
thumbnail African migration what the numbers really tell us

Africa is often depicted in the media as a continent of mass exodus. Images of desperate Africans on overcrowded boats bound for Europe, or those of stranded migrants in transit countries such as Libya, are plastered across our television and computer screens. The often sensational and one-dimensional reporting on African…

thumbnail Deputy Director General Of The Police - Inspector General Meets The Visting Canadian Delegation

Within the framework of activating the mechanisms of joint cooperation between the Sudanese police and the Canadian police,Mr.lieutenant General police Dr.Osman Mohammed younis,deputy director general-inspector general,met in his office,the visiting Canadian delegation.He welcomed the delegation,and thanked them for the visit,and appreciated the role of Canadian police,in seeking to build the…

thumbnail Iran's network of influence in Mid-East 'growing'

Iran's regional rivals have spent billions of dollars on Western weaponry, much of it from the UK.Yet for a fraction of that cost, sanctions-bound Iran has been able to successfully embed itself across the region into a position of strategic advantage.It has a major influence - verging on a controlling…

Experts from countries worldwide gather in Cape Town to address intellectual property crime

To counter this evolving threat, more than 500 senior law enforcement officials, security and industry experts from more than 80 countries are meeting at the 13th International Law Enforcement Intellectual Property (IP) Crime Conference to shape effective enforcement strategies.INTERPOL and the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation, South African Police Service (SAPS), are co-hosting the two-day (22 and 23 October) event in Cape Town, in partnership with UL (Underwriters Laboratories) and the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition (IACC).

“This conference provides a superb opportunity to share knowledge and experiences to strengthen the foundation for future cooperation. While we know there is no one size fits all type solution to the problem of intellectual property crime, our greatest strength comes from our commitment to work together to confront this insidious global challenge that threatens local and economic growth,” said South Africa’s Minister of Police, General Bheki Cele


 


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