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Standard Bank South Africa’s subsidiary Standard Bank London fined over money laundering aid

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – AFRICA  CRIME -This is the first AML case the FCA, or its predecessor the Financial Services Authority (FSA), has brought focused on commercial banking More »

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One Billion People will have no water by 2020

World News Tomorrow - The world’s diminishing water supply carries serious security, development and social risks, and could adversely affect global health, energy stores and food supplies, said More »

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UKRAINIAN INSTABILITY HAS POTENTIAL TO DESTROY EU ECONOMY

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – Breaking News. - The suggestion of the EU to impose sanctions could hurt the EU economy even further and possibly bring it to a More »

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Africa Security & Counter-Terrorism Summit in London Chaired by President of European Centre for Information Policy and Security ECIPS

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – LONDON REPORTS: The Africa Security & Counter-Terrorism Summit held in London last Friday had some few hundred attendees consisting of ministers and government officials More »

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BE AWARE OF DODGY TRANSLATION MILLS

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW- Washington DC.- Crime Report -  Now it seems that ” Translation Mills ” posing as front companies, could be one of the largest syndicates running More »

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Why SETI system don’t pick up UFO’s

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW-Arizona USA -New intelligence research information surges that our global communications systems are far behind of that possibly used by other species on other planets who More »

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African law firms possibly linked to finance issues of terrorist network cells !

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – South Africa – The Counter Intelligence Agency said that it is investigating the possible links from law firms with terrorist cells across Southern Africa.  More »

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ECIPS 2014 THINK TANK INNOVATION MESSAGE

World News Tomorrow -New York: European Centre for Information Policy and Security, ECIPS’s innovative think tank, has lead to global interest on cyber security and policy issues surrounding More »

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Over 130,000 people killed in Syria since March

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW- The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Tuesday more than 130,000 people were killed since the conflict began in the troubled Arab country in March More »

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ECIPS Issues Investment Trade Alert for South Africa.

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – Johannesburg- South Africa – The South African Currency has dropped further and stands now on more than 47.9% drop since Jan 2013. The depreciation More »

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Threats that cannot be ignored

WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – London- Africa Security & Counter-terrorism: The recent energy boom in Africa has been one of the main contributors to a huge increase in military More »

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Synthetic diamond crisis on the rise.

DIAMOND NEWS ON WORLD NEWS – BREAKING NEWS -  Just a few years ago, DiaLab South Africa announced that synthetic diamonds are entering the diamond markets in staggering More »

Standard Bank South Africa’s subsidiary Standard Bank London fined over money laundering aid

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WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – AFRICA  CRIME -This is the first AML case the FCA, or its predecessor the Financial Services Authority (FSA), has brought focused on commercial banking activity. This is also the first AML case to use the new penalty regime,

One Billion People will have no water by 2020

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World News Tomorrow - The world’s diminishing water supply carries serious security, development and social risks, and could adversely affect global health, energy stores and food supplies, said the report titled “The Global Water Crisis: Addressing an Urgent Security Issue.” According to

UKRAINIAN INSTABILITY HAS POTENTIAL TO DESTROY EU ECONOMY

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WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – Breaking News. - The suggestion of the EU to impose sanctions could hurt the EU economy even further and possibly bring it to a halt. This is according to experts, both from the economical and security industry. According

Africa Security & Counter-Terrorism Summit in London Chaired by President of European Centre for Information Policy and Security ECIPS

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WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – LONDON REPORTS: The Africa Security & Counter-Terrorism Summit held in London last Friday had some few hundred attendees consisting of ministers and government officials from over 28 countries. The Summit was well attended and certainly reached it goals,

BE AWARE OF DODGY TRANSLATION MILLS

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WORLD NEWS TOMORROW- Washington DC.- Crime Report -  Now it seems that ” Translation Mills ” posing as front companies, could be one of the largest syndicates running money laundering scams on the internet on global scale. When investigating, it was discovered

Why SETI system don’t pick up UFO’s

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WORLD NEWS TOMORROW-Arizona USA -New intelligence research information surges that our global communications systems are far behind of that possibly used by other species on other planets who is capable of visiting planet earth. Most people are aware of our wave communications

African law firms possibly linked to finance issues of terrorist network cells !

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WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – South Africa – The Counter Intelligence Agency said that it is investigating the possible links from law firms with terrorist cells across Southern Africa.  According to an investigative journalist, the Pakistani terrorists links to South Africa, are often

ECIPS 2014 THINK TANK INNOVATION MESSAGE

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World News Tomorrow -New York: European Centre for Information Policy and Security, ECIPS’s innovative think tank, has lead to global interest on cyber security and policy issues surrounding the topic CYBERPOL. The growing need for cyber laws and the lack of proper

Over 130,000 people killed in Syria since March

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WORLD NEWS TOMORROW- The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Tuesday more than 130,000 people were killed since the conflict began in the troubled Arab country in March 2011. The crisis in Syria have spelled over to regional countries with hundreds of

ECIPS Issues Investment Trade Alert for South Africa.

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WORLD NEWS TOMORROW – Johannesburg- South Africa – The South African Currency has dropped further and stands now on more than 47.9% drop since Jan 2013. The depreciation currency of South Africa “Fishing Scheme” is now reaching  critical levels according to European

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