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Africa > Nigeria; Africa > Nigeria > Abuja
At approximately 6:45 AM on Monday, April 14, a Vehicle-borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) believed to be a red Peugeot automobile with Lagos registration was detonated…
Western Hemisphere > Mexico; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Ciudad Juarez; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Guadalajara; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Hermosillo; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Matamoros; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Merida; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Mexico City; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Monterrey; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Nogales; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Nuevo Laredo; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Tamaulipas; Western Hemisphere > Mexico > Tijuana
The U.S. private sector encounters a wide range of security challenges in Mexico. The 2014 Mexico Security Benchmarking Survey - OSAC’s third in five years - is part of an ongoing…
South Central Asia > Afghanistan; South Central Asia > Afghanistan > Kabul
On March 20, four gunmen shot dead ten civilians, including four foreigners, at the Serena Hotel in Kabul, considered the city’s safest and most luxurious hotel. Eight days later,…
Earlier this week, news of the “Heartbleed Bug” was released to the public. This bug poses a critical threat to vulnerable systems and to users of websites based on these systems,…
Africa > Gambia, The; Africa > Ghana; Africa > Ghana > Accra; Africa > Guinea; Africa > Guinea > Conakry; Africa > Liberia; Africa > Liberia > Monrovia; Africa > Mali; Africa > Senegal; Africa > Sierra Leone > Freetown
Ebola hemorrhagic fever is a rare virus native to Central Africa. The virus has taken more than 1,500 lives since it was first recorded in 1976, including the last major Ebola…