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Six Thousand Attendees Expected at Next Month's Counter Terror Expo

Counter Terror Expo : 16 March, 2010  (New Product)
With the threat to world peace remaining high, Counter Terror Expo brings together the manufacturers of security equipment and thought leaders in counter terror strategies under one roof in London in April
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Counter Terror Expo takes centre stage in the National Hall at London Olympia within the next month and against the backdrop of a renewed resurgence in terrorist activity which is taxing minds amongst counter terrorism officials and specialists the world over.

Whilst terrorist activity has continued unabated in certain parts of the Middle East and South Asia, but most notably in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan, a new inter-regional and international threat has emerged from the Yemen.

Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAB) has gained prominence within the past eight months, as it first sought to assassinate Saudi Arabia's Deputy Interior Minister, Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, at his residence and office in Jeddah during the holy month of Ramadan and, latterly, by attempting to bring down an in-flight airliner during its descent to the US city of Detroit on Christmas Day.

Whilst the Bin Nayef assassination attempt was originally seen in the context of the continuing and generally low to mid level terrorist threat within the region, the attempt to down the airliner has cast it into a different light, given the very evident similarity between the improvised explosive devices utilised and the fact they negate currently deployed airport security technologies.

AQAB has claimed responsibility as being behind both attacks and, consequently, is now perceived as an internationally potent threat.

Counter Terror Expo is the only event of its kind in the world today, to bring the key people and significant others directly involved in addressing such threats together, to debate their potency and the counter measures necessary to address them.

This globally significant event features three distinct conference streams, in excess of ninety internationally renowned and sector specific speakers, multiple and free to attend specialist workshops and is supported by more than a three hundred strong solutions exhibition.

Counter Terror Expo is expected to be visited by over six thousands attendees during the two days of the event.

With the threat to world peace and stability from the scourge of international terrorism once again on the ascendancy, this event is the only one of its kind to bring the world's leading thinkers together in conclave to seek out solutions to some of the most intractable problems facing the counter terrorism community today.

Counter Terror Expo will be held in the National Hall at the prestigious London Olympia Conference & Exhibitions Centre from 14-15 April 2010.
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