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    The recent string of Cartel violence in tourist areas in Mexico suggests that the weakening of the Sinaloa Cartel and Mexico’s decreased willingness to cooperate with U.S. law enforcement agencies are causing Cartel’s to become more emboldened and operate more Read the rest

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    In August 2022, Colombians brought a left-wing politician to power for the first time. The new president, Gustavo Petro, decided … Read the rest

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    Security Updates
    Sudan Security Advisory (17 April 2023)
    As of 17 April 2023, MS Risk advises against all travel to Sudan due to the armed conflict, civil unrest and the volatile security situation. On 15 April 2023, fighting broke out in the capital, Khartoum, between the army and paramilitary forces. Explosions and heavy gunfire have occurred in the city centre as well as in various locations across the country, including at airports of major cities, with the violence resulting in nearly 100 casualties. Most major airlines have cancelled their flights to Khartoum International Airport, while neighbouring Chad has announced the closure of its border with Sudan.
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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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