Arms trade
The arms industry is a global business that manufactures weapons and military technology and equipment. It consists of commercial industry involved in research, development, production, and the servi...
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3 Arrested With Multiple Loaded Guns, Knives, Body Armor At Holland Tunnel On Way To NYC
Three people were arrested with multiple loaded guns, knives and rounds of ammo at the Holland Tunnel Tuesday when police stopped them for driving with a cracked windshield, authorities tell NBC 4 New...
Inside the world’s largest arms fair
My escort rushes me out of the way of the Omani delegation as he informs me that no, I absolutely cannot take a photograph of Chilean military commanders sipping wine with a British general. I …
Arms trafficking
Arms trafficking, also known as gunrunning, is the illegal trafficking or smuggling of contraband weapons or ammunition. What constitutes legal trade in firearms varies widely, depending on local and ...
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Aerospace manufacturer
An aerospace manufacturer is a company or individual involved in the various aspects of designing, building, testing, selling, and maintaining aircraft, aircraft parts, missiles, rockets, and/or space...
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3 Arrested With Multiple Loaded Guns, Knives, Body Armor At Holland Tunnel On Way To NYC
Three people were arrested with multiple loaded guns, knives and rounds of ammo at the Holland Tunnel Tuesday when police stopped them for driving with a cracked windshield, authorities tell NBC 4 New...
Nicholas Davies
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Defendory
Defendory is a bi-annual international trade show for the defence industry held in Greece. It is organised in the grounds of Athens’s Ellinikon International Airport, that became defunct following the...
Abdul Qadeer Khan
Abdul Qadeer Khan, /ˌɑːbˈdʊl kɑːdɪər kɑːn/ (Urdu: ڈاکٹر عبد القدیر خان‎; b. 1 April 1936), also known by some in Pakistan as Mohsin-e-Pakistan (Urdu: محسن پاکِستان‎, lit. "Benefac...
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Coventry Four
Four South African alleged arms smugglers were arrested by HM Customs & Excise officers in Coventry in March 1984 and charged with conspiring to export arms from Britain to apartheid South Africa ...
Savaş Buldan
Savaş Buldan (1964, Hakkâri-4 June 1994, Bolu) was a Turkish citizen of Kurdish descent involved in the Susurluk scandal. He was kidnapped and killed in June 1994.
He was born in Yüksekova to Şükr...
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (Urdu: ذوالفقار علی بھٹو‎) ([zʊlfɪqɑːɾ ɑli bʱʊʈːoː]; 5 January 1928 – 4 April 1979) was the ninth Prime Minister of Pakistan (1973–77) and its fourth President (1971–73)....
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Iran-Contra affair
The Iran–Contra affair (Persian: ایران-کنترا‎, Spanish: caso Irán-Contra), also referred to as Irangate, Contragate or the Iran–Contra scandal, was a political scandal in the United St...
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Viktor Bout
Viktor Anatolyevich Bout (Russian: Виктор Анатольевич Бут) was born 13 January 1967, near Dushanbe, Tajik SSR, Soviet Union. He is a citizen of Russia.Well after his last shipping company went ban...
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Victoria Affair
The Victoria Affair (code name Operation Iron Law) was a military operation conducted by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in March 2011 in which the Israeli Navy intercepted the German-owned, Liberian-...
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Safety Catch
Safety Catch is a sitcom on BBC Radio 4 created by Laurence Howarth and written by Howarth and John Finnemore. The series was first broadcast in 2007. It is about Simon McGrath (played by Darren Boyd)...
Arms-to-Iraq
The Arms-to-Iraq affair concerned the uncovering of the government-endorsed sale of arms by British companies to Iraq, then under the rule of Saddam Hussein. The scandal contributed to the growing dis...
Dale Stoffel
Dale C. Stoffel (1961 – December 8, 2004) was an American businessman and arms dealer who was involved with the American reconstruction efforts following the Iraq War. After alerting the Pentagon of ...
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Behçet Cantürk
Behçet Cantürk (1950, Lice - January 14, 1994, Sapanca) was a Kurdish mob boss.
Behçet's father was named Reşit.Starting in 1975, Cantürk became a partner of some smugglers by providing money for ...
Cuban packages
The Cuban packages (1972) was a Chilean smuggling scandal, involving President Salvador Allende, his Minister of the Interior, Hernán del Canto and the Director of the Civil Police Eduardo Paredes. It...
Trevor Dawson
Commander Sir Arthur Trevor Dawson, 1st Baronet (1 May 1866 – 19 May 1931) was an English businessman who served as managing director of the armaments giant Vickers from 1906 to 1931.
Dawson was b...
Abdelkader Belliraj
Abdelkader Belliraj (Arabic: عبد القادر بليرج‎, [ʕɑbdælqɑːdir biliːrædʒ]; born 1957, Nador) is a Moroccan-Belgian citizen who was found guilty in 2009 of arms smuggling and planning terroris...
Cherbourg Project
The Boats of Cherbourg was an Israeli military operation which took place on 24 December 1969, and involved the escape of five unarmed Sa'ar 3 class boats from the French port of Cherbourg. The boats ...
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Christopher Coke
Christopher Michael Coke, also known as Dudus, (born 13 March 1969), is a Jamaican drug lord and the leader of the Shower Posse, a violent drug gang started by his father Lester Coke in Jamaica, whic...
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Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission
The Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, (Urdu:ادارہ جوہری توانائی پاکستان; popularize as PAEC), is an independent governmental authority and a scientific research institution, concerned with research a...
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Yū Kikumura
Yū Kikumura (菊村 憂, Kikumura Yū, born 1947) was allegedly a member of the Japanese Red Army, an armed militant organization.Police arrested Kikumura in Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam in 1986 whe...
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