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counterterrorism

noun counterespionage, espionage, intelligence, intelligence agency, intelligence work, spying, surveillance
Associated concepts: enemy combatants, justice courts, milltary tribunals, national security profiling, Patriotic Act, racial profiling, war on terrorism
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In addition, the company has supplied its counterterrorist barricade systems to more than 160 U.
Delta Scientific, headquartered in Valencia with its manufacturing plant in Palmdale, also supplies barriers, bollards and other counterterrorist barricade systems to additional British embassies as well as over 160 U.
Delta Scientific, headquartered in Valencia with its manufacturing operation in the Antelope Valley, also supplies barriers, bollards and other counterterrorist barricade systems to additional British embassies as well as more than 160 U.
As per reports, he had moved to Dewal from Pakistan's North Waziristan tribal district after the Pakistani military launched a counterterrorist operation there in 2014.
They have successfully conducted peacetime advisory operations and even counterterrorist combat missions,' he added.
Reporting suspicious transactions to the authorities without delay is a fundamental component of an anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing framework.
In our interview this month, James Gagliano, a former counterterrorist operator for the FBI Hostage Rescue Team, argues that with Islamic State-inspired hostage-takers seeking to kill as many as possible before being killed themselves, the new guidance in these cases should be for law enforcement to more quickly or immediately implement rescue plans to save as many hostages as possible.
It will include a detailed discussion on the priorities needed to sustain the momentum of the campaign along our multiple lines of effort, including military, foreign terrorist fighters, counterterrorist financing, counter-messaging and stabilization of liberated areas.
Mahadevan notes that "the organisational deficiencies of Indian intelligence agencies have not varied across time and space," yet the levels of counterterrorist success have (pp.
The Hereford-based SAS counterterrorist team has moved closer to London.
However, there is a need now for the anti-money laundering and counterterrorist financing system to deliver effective results in terms of prosecutions, convictions and confiscation" of criminal assets, the experts said in a press release Dec.
In France's legal system, counterterrorist investigative magistrates have broad authority in terror cases, Slate (http://www.