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    Could you give us a sense of MS Risk’ main regions of activity in Africa?

    In the western Sahel we have been assisting client projects for 14 years. In East Africa we have been active in places like Ethiopia where Read the rest

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    Brazil’s Next President – Bolsonaro or Lula? Posted on

    The first-round vote to elect Brazil’s new president will take place 2 October 2022. Though there are a number of … Read the rest

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    Malaysia has experienced in the last month an unprecedented political turmoil. On 23 August the Malaysian Federal Court confirmed a … Read the rest

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    Situation Update – Black Sea (31 October 2022)

    Russia on Saturday 29 October announced that it was suspending its participation in the Black Sea grain initiative, which was reached in late July, following what it termed a “massive” drone attack on its Black Sea Fleet in the Crimean port of Sevastopol. One warship was damaged in the attack on Saturday, with Russian officials blaming the incident on Ukraine. In the wake of the attack, Ukrainian officials have disclosed that a total of 218 vessels are “effectively blocked” due to the decision. Prior to Saturday’s attack, the United Nations was attempting to broker an extension of the agreement beyond the November end date. 

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    Advisory Update – Burkina Faso (1 October 2022)

    On the evening of Friday 30 September, a statement signed by army captain Ibrahim Traoré and read out on national TV announced the ouster of military leader Lt Col Paul-Henri Damiba. Burkina Faso has now effectively suffered two coup d’états in less than a year. Before dawn on Friday 30 September, shots and explosions were heard in the capital Ouagadougou, with some coming from near the presidential palace and the main military barracks, Baba Sy. After sunrise, the city streets were largely deserted, with soldiers blocking some roads and guarding key strategic points. State television stopped broadcasting and gunfire was again heard during the afternoon hours on Friday. As concerns about a possible coup grew, Lt Col Damiba said that there was a “confused situation” created by “mood swings” amongst some soldiers. While he urged people to remain calm, he also stated that “negotiations were under way to bring back calm and serenity.”

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