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    Analysis: NYA International – Global Kidnap Review 2016
  • 2
    Daily Round Up: Two Israelis jailed, ASG battle continues, ELN abduct soldier, US arrests for judge plot, and more
  • 3
    Global: Watch which car you are getting in to – #EverydaySafety
  • 4
    Cyber and Tech: WordPress vulnerability exploited in ransomware campaign, legit websites targeted
Analysis by KR Magazine
Jerusalem by David Poe on Flickr
Everyday Safety by KR Magazine
Cyber Security by KR Magazine
How Did That Happen by rabiem22 on Flickr
Gulf of Guinea by KR Magazine
Mohakhali Flyover Bridge Dhaka traffic on road HD Image Picture Photo Screenshot Wallpaper (3) by Gethdimage.com on Flickr
Cali, Colombia 08 by Ben Bowes on Flickr
Cairo cab by David Evers on Flickr
Evening Commute, Highway 85 Overpass, San Jose, California by Travis Wise on Flickr

Cyber and Tech

Cyber and Tech: WordPress vulnerability exploited in ransomware campaign, legit websites targeted

Mohakhali Flyover Bridge Dhaka traffic on road HD Image Picture Photo Screenshot Wallpaper (3) by Gethdimage.com on Flickr
Bangladesh: Kidnappers use email to estimate value of news site executive in Dhaka express kidnapping
Keyboard b&w by faungg's photos on Flickr
UK: Lincolnshire County Council hit by ransomware, some services affected, £1 million ransom demanded
All Too Familiar, USA by Tim Samoff on Flickr
USA: Dallas transit authority hacked and encrypted, $63,000 ransom demanded, hospital also infected

NGOs

Analysis: Andrew B Brown – INGO Kidnap – A New Challenging Dynamic

Travel Warning, based on IMG_3791, Kabul by philmofresh on Flickr
Afghanistan: US Embassy warning of plot to kidnap Western NGO staff between Kabul and Nangarhar
Photo of the Day, 01 February 2014, Partial view of the town of Kitchanga, in Rutshuru territory, North Kivu province, by Sylvain Liechti and  MONUSCO Photos on Flickr
DRC: American MSF aid worker freed after she was held for a week
200612_yemen-08 Sana'a from the roof by Franco Pecchio on Flickr
Yemen: Two Red Cross workers abducted in Sana’a, Tunisian still held