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As the focus of security moves from theft and intrusion to terrorism, the requirement for security systems has also changed. The major threats of the future will happen in crowded scenes and not on empty fence lines.

BRUCKER DALTONICS Ltd took innovation to new height when it exhibited a new product from its stable-DE-tector at the just concluded CNi Expo held in London at the Excel Exhibition Centre. The new addition to the growing number of innovations from the Coventry-based is a unique trace explosives and drug detection/identification system designed for passenger and baggage screening in ports, airports customs areas as well as prisons and detention centres.

Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today expressed his shock at the deadly raid on boats loaded with relief supplies headed for Gaza, calling on Israel to fully explain its actions.

According to media reports, early this morning in international waters, Israeli forces raided the six-ship aid convoy, also carrying hundreds of activists, with more than ten people having been killed.

Israel's savage attack against human rights activists sailing on a convoy of six ships from Cyprus to Gaza in a symbolic effort to break the Israeli siege of the region signifies the imminent demise and collapse of the Zionist regime, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in the glorification congress of Irainian proud ladies on Monday.

Abduwali Abdukhadir Musé, the Somali pirate who led the hijacking of the Maersk Alabama container ship in the Indian Ocean, pleaded guilty today in Manhattan federal court to two felony counts of hijacking maritime vessels, two felony counts of kidnapping, and two felony counts of hostage taking. Musé's guilty plea arose from his participation in the April 8, 2009, hijacking of the Maersk Alabama container ship in the Indian Ocean, and the subsequent taking of the captain of the ship as a hostage, as well as his participation in the hijacking of two other vessels in late March and early April of 2009 and related hostage-taking, announced Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.

KANSAS CITY, MO—Beth Phillips, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that a Kansas City, Mo., man pleaded guilty in federal court today to his role in a conspiracy to provide material support to the terrorist organization al Qaeda. He also pleaded guilty to bank fraud and money laundering.

As the new coalition government publishes its plans for civil liberties in the UK, the British Security Industry Association (BSIA)'s CCTV Section has applauded plans for a further focus on the regulation of CCTV and calls on the new Government to work closely with key stakeholders, including the BSIA, in its decision making.

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and Banknote Watch have hailed the sentencing of five cash-in-transit robbers, which took place at Preston Crown Court this week.

As the coalition government gets down to brass tack, Home Secretary Theresa May last   Thursday took time off to meet with the Police in South London.