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Lawsuit for Child Victims of Terrorism United Nations Room 26 in Geneva

Lawsuit for Child Victims of Terrorism United Nations Room 26 in Geneva PRESIDENT OF ECIPS Ricardo Baretzky delivers a Keynote speech at Palais des Nations,...

ECIPS President Warns Global Economical and Security Risks Are High !

On April 12-13 Kyiv hosted the 11th Kyiv Security Forum. This year's participants of the Forum were the Prime Ministers of Ukraine, Lithuania, Moldova,...

Internet will shock and threaten the world security: President of the European Centre for...

Kiev, Ukraine - The Internet as we know today is already of the past, says Ricardo Baretzky. This week, Facebook's director Mark Zuckerberg testified before...

President ECIPS Speaks Communications Directorate of the Turkish Presidency.

he Communications Directorate of the Turkish Presidency unveiled a new "hackathon" that will focus on military coups and how to fight them.

ECIPS Supports Conference launched for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Europe (CIPRE)

ECIPS PRESS OFFICE - 1 February 2017- This week Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience, Europe (CIPRE) has launched its Preliminary Conference Programme which will...

ECIPS & APEMA Conferentie over aanpak financiering Islamisme en Terrorisme

Brussles - Belgische parlement Sceptr.net Nieuws: Vorige week vond in het Belgische federale parlement een conferentie plaats waar gesproken werd over het belang van...

ECIPS ISSUES ISIS CYBER JIHAD ALERT FOR 2016

ALERT NO IP/2016/04/22/001 ECIPS issued an official Cyber Attack Alert to the threat of ISIS and Al Qaeda Electronic routes that has reached a point...

Schengen Alert Issued By the ECIPS

ALERT NO IP/2016/03/28/003 Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BRUSSELS, Belgium - Mar 28, 2016 - IP/2016/03/28/003 PRESS RELEASE Monday, March 28, 2016 SCHENGEN ALERT ISSUED BY ECIPS The President...

Hundreds of leads on possible terrorists among refugees – German police

Germany’s Federal Criminal Police says hundreds of refugees in the country might be linked to terrorism. Officials, however, do not want a “general suspicion”...
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