War Profiteers News

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78

Daeji P&I is a company based in South Korea builds a number of vehicles designed for use by police units, including water cannon and armoured personnel carriers.

A new report published by the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), called “Schools of Mass Destruction: American Universities in the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Complex,” details nearly fifty universities and educational establishments in the USA with links to nuclear weapons development.

The American company American Outdoor Brands has has announced a decision to separate the firearms manufacturing arm of its company - Smith and Wesson - from its outdoor products business.

South Africa has stopped shipping arms to countries including Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, in a dispute over a clause in the country's arms shipment protocols which demands that recipients commit to not transferring weapons to third parties.

A new arms fair taking place in Japan has been met by protests from peace groups. The fair, called DSEI Japan, was held in Chiba City, near Tokyo, from the 18th to the 20th November.