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Prévention de la violence armée, lois sur le contrôle des armes à feu et commerce des armes légères :

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Côte d'Ivoire,Togo,Mali,Ghana

Small Arms Commission Begins Nationwide Marking of Weapons in Ghana

19 March 2014

Ghana Web

The National Commission on Small Arms and Light Weapons has begun a nationwide exercise to mark all weapons of the various security agencies. The exercise which started with the military will be extended to other security agencies such as the Police, prisons, immigration and the Customs Excise and Preventive Service (CEPS). The marking of weapons involves a systematic embossment of unique identification numbers on firearms to make them easily identifiable and... (

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Togo,Afrique occidentale

Training Seminar in West Africa to Prevent Arms Trafficking [FR]

19 December 2013

Ici Lome

[Translated summary: The Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping and Training Centre and the Togolese Government held a training seminar in December 2013 on firearms and ammunition. The aim is to prevent the uncontrolled trafficking and circulation of weapons amongst criminals and terrorists in West Africa, with an estimated 100 million small arms in Africa.] Togo - Le Centre International kofi ANNAN en collaboration avec le gouvernement togolais organise du 17 au 18... (

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Iraq,Syrie,Israël,Inde,Irlande,Togo,Canada,États-Unis,Afghanistan,Côte d'Ivoire,Iran,Sri Lanka,Allemagne,Russie

Growing Number of Personalised Firearms to Boost Safety Available

30 November 2013


To help push Soviet forces out of Afghanistan in the 1980s, America's Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) gave Afghan fighters shoulder-launched Stinger anti-aircraft missiles (pictured). Accurate and easy-to-use, the Stingers caused grievous losses. But after the Soviet withdrawal in 1989, the CIA wanted to discourage the use of the leftover missiles. It got hold of some of those circulating on the black market and booby-trapped them, so that anyone who tried to fire one... (

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Burkina Faso,Ghana,Togo

Ghana, Togo, Burkina Faso Re-Commit to Fighting Gun Trafficking, Crime

13 November 2012

Africa Report

Security forces from Ghana, Burkina Faso and Togo have renewed their commitment towards developing new strategies for trans-border cooperation in the area of security, free movement of goods and people, child trafficking, drug smuggling and proliferation of small arms. At a just ended two-day meeting at Kombissiri, Burkina Faso, they called on their governments to strengthen closer ties in dealing with trans-border crime, which over the years has negatively affected... (

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Ghana Customs Intercepted 50 Pump Action Guns Smuggled from Togo

23 May 2012

Ghanaian Chronicle

The Customs officer in-charge of the last check point at the Aflao border has intercepted arms together with an unspecified amount of foreign cash at the border post. Mr. Dan Molley, who narrated the incident, said at about 9:48 p.m. on May 18, 2012, a Daf vehicle with registration number XV163/FSP, pulled out from the Togolese side of the border heading to Aflao with bolt and nuts fixed all over it, an observation that raised the suspicions of the security... (

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Côte d'Ivoire,Mali,Togo,Afrique occidentale,Ghana,Kenya

Ghana National Security Receives Firearm Marking Machines

7 March 2012

Ghana News Agency

The Regional Centre for Small Arms and Light Weapons (RECSA) based in Kenya, on Wednesday presented two weapon marking machines to Ghana in efforts to eliminate the illicit trade and proliferation of small arms and weapons. The donation was made during a three-day training programme for security personnel on weapons marking and record-keeping in Accra and organised in collaboration with the National Commission on Small Arms and Light Weapons (NACSA) and Ministry of the... (

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Togo,Afrique occidentale

West African States Agree on Gun Law Harmonization Guide [Fr]

24 June 2011

Republic of Togo, Media release

[Translated summary: Government experts from ECOWAS Member countries came to an agreement last Thursday on the "Harmonization Guide of National Legislations on Small Arms and Light Weapons in West Africa" (SALW)]. Les Experts gouvernementaux des pays membres de la Cédéao sont parvenus jeudi à Lomé à se mettre d'accord sur un «Guide d'harmonisation des législations nationales sur les armes légères et de petit calibre en Afrique de l'Ouest (ALPC) ». La... (

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Togo,Côte d'Ivoire

Togo President Asks Ivorian Refugees to Surrender all Firearms [Fr]

27 May 2011

Republic of Togo, Media release

[Translated summary: The president, of the National Commission to Combat the Proliferation, Illicit Circulation of and Traffic in Small Arms and Light Weapons, has invited Ivorian refugees, present in Togo, to surrender all firearms in their possession.] Le colonel Ali Nadjombé, président de la Commission nationale de lutte contre la prolifération des armes légères, a invité jeudi les réfugiés ivoiriens présents au Togo à remettre toutes les armes qui... (

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Togo,Angola,Afrique du Sud

"Guns and Football Do Not Go Together"

11 January 2010

Times Live (South Africa)

Head of the 2010 local organising committee (LOC) Danny Jordaan described as "stupid" people who questioned South Africa's security measures for the World Cup after Friday's attack on the Togolese soccer team. "It doesn't make sense. If a bomb went off in Spain, do you think I should call England to ask about what the impact is on the Olympics England is organising? I think if something happens in France, you'll know it happened in France, not elsewhere," the LOC head... (

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