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Arecont Vision surveillance deployed at Roumieh Prison

Arecont Vision surveillance deployed at Roumieh Prison

Roumieh is the largest prison in Lebanon, holding thousands of prisoners within its walls. The size of the prison population of Roumieh and the challenges authorities face around internal crime, corruption, contraband, and inmate unrest have led to the continued notoriety of the facility.

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Weekly Regional Intelligence Digest to 19 November

Regional Intelligence Digest: 5th - 12th November 2015

Weekly Regional Intelligence Digest – 12th – 19th November 2015 Headlines The headline events of the week were the shooting and suicide bombing attacks carried out by ISIS in Paris by eight terrorists operating at six different sites. At least 130 people were killed in the terror attack. This operation, which was carefully planned and directed by…

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Regional Intelligence Digest: 5th – 12th November 2015

Regional Intelligence Digest: 5th - 12th November 2015

Regional Intelligence Digest: 5th – 12th November 2015 MAIN EVENTS OF THE WEEK According to media reports from the conflict zones, the Syrian Army’s ground offensive, with Iranian and Russian air support, has been halted. The rebel organisations, led by the Al-Nusra Front and ISIS (which are collaborating in face of the common enemy) took the initiative…

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Regional Intelligence update to 05 Nov 15

Regional Intelligence Digest: 5th - 12th November 2015

Regional Intelligence Weekly Digest – 29th October  2015 – 5th November 2015 This digest has been compiled for SecurityMiddleEast.com by GlobalRiskAwareness a leading cyber intelligence company. MAIN EVENTS OF THE WEEK This week has been marked by the crash of a Russian plane in northern Sinai, in which its 224 passengers were killed. ISIS has claimed responsibility…

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The Lebanese Rubbish Crisis, a road to instability?

The Lebanese Rubbish Crisis, a road to instability? Protests have erupted in Lebanon over the past 72 hours over the “rubbish collection” crisis. The protesters clashed with the Lebanese security forces with further protests most likely increasing in violence. The protesters, mostly young and cross sectarian, clashed with the Lebanese security forces over the crisis…

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No fresh insights in the Al Nusra relationship with Al Qaeda

No fresh insights in the Al Nusra relationship with Al Qaeda Abu Muhammad al-Joulani, the leader of Jabhat al-Nusra (al-Qaeda’s branch in Syria) gave an interview to al-Jazeera TV yesterday (27th May). He was not asked about Nusra’s links with al-Qaeda and its leader Ayman al-Zawahiri. Unexpectedly it provided no fresh insights and was criticised…

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Regional Intelligence to 21st Jan 2015

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Regional Intelligence to 21st Jan 2015 This summary is a synopsis of reports provided by 5 Dimension consultants based in Dubai. If you need fuller reports please contact us. This weeks intelligence has been delayed due to the rapidly changing situation in many regional countries. Yemen Two days of fighting in Sanaa came to an…

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