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Abu Sayyaf Group: new kidnapping tactics causing waves

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  • Creating a Secure Organisation
Abu Sayyaf Group: new kidnapping tactics causing waves

 

In this podcast Nicola White, Associate Director, Special Risks Analysis, Control Risks and Sebastian Villyn and Onika Adeneye, Maritime Risk Analysts at Control Risks, discuss the changing kidnapping tactics used by the ASG and how this has impacted the kidnapping landscape in the region.

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