DEPUTY SECURITY MANAGER, CARIBBEAN ZONE (January 2023)

– POSITIONS:  1 DEPUTY SECURITY MANAGER – REQUIREMENTS: Security Manager and Management experience. 5 years of military experience. RRTSIA Firearms Proficiency Certificate. EUMETACOM Tactical Medical Course or HRA Medical Casualty Care Course. Discharge certificate from military, or equivalent, service. Criminal Record Background Check. Medical Test Certificate (ENG-1 or equivalent). Psychometric testing (on request). RRTSIA Member. … Continue reading DEPUTY SECURITY MANAGER, CARIBBEAN ZONE (January 2023)

Armed Pirates Rob Offshore Platform in Bay of Campeche

File image courtesy Pemex Armed pirates struck another platform operated by Pemex last week, forcing the crew to help them cart off stolen goods before departing again.  A group of 10 armed robbers boarded a platform at the Rebombeo pumping complex in the Bay of Campeche last Tuesday evening, workers told local media. The attackers … Continue reading Armed Pirates Rob Offshore Platform in Bay of Campeche

Mozambique’s insecurity endangers cross-border trade

Kizito Makoye MTWARA, Tanzania A violent insurgency in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province has shattered informal cross-border trade with Tanzania which has for many years been the mainstay of the local economy as terrorists continue to wreak havoc, dashing hopes for improved livelihoods, according to local residents. The region’s insecurity is an obstacle to cross-border trade, … Continue reading Mozambique’s insecurity endangers cross-border trade

Four killed in clashes in Libya’s Tripoli

Written By: AbdulkaderAssad Heavy clashes erupted late on Wednesday in Zawiyet Al-Dahmani neighborhood in Tripoli between Stability Support Apparatus and Deterrence Apparatus for Fighting Terrorism and Organized Crime, leading to the killing of three of the fighting men and one civilian, who was run over by a police car fleeing the clashes, a medical source said, … Continue reading Four killed in clashes in Libya’s Tripoli

UN expert calls for Myanmar action as death toll tops 2,000

Monitors say more than 2,000 civilians have been killed since the military seized power in a coup in February 2021 [File: Stringer/EPA] A United Nations expert has called on the international community to do more to address the crisis in Myanmar triggered by last year’s coup as the number of people killed in the military’s … Continue reading UN expert calls for Myanmar action as death toll tops 2,000