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Senior developer

We are looking for a senior developer with at least 5 years of software development experience, 8 years’ experience with Swift, 12 years’ experience with AngularJS, 30 years’ experience with PHP…

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October preview

October preview: Ivorians are set to head to the polls on 31 October, in what will be a major democratic test for a country marred by a history of violence associated with elections. A tense election period has been forecast, due in large to the contentious candidates that are expected to take part.

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September Preview

September Preview: According to the Johns Hopkins University & Medicine, the number of Covid-19 fatalities reported in Latin America has exceeded 250,000 as of 20 August.

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WHALE HUNTER WANTED, A K A SALES MANAGER SAFETURE

Safeture is set for rapid growth on a global scale and we need to expand our international sales team.

We want you, if you have what it takes to land true global enterprise customers.

We expect you to have the right experience and the right attitude in sales and want to work in a dynamic work environment with many challenges.

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August Preview

August Preview: Since early May, a number of countries particularly in Asia and Europe have started to ease lockdowns that were imposed to stem the outbreak of Covid-19

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Preview July

July Preview: As parts of Asia, Europe and Oceania begin to ease Covid-19 restrictions after a gradual decrease in cases and deaths, most countries in the Americas continue to experience quite the opposite since May as well as June.

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June Preview

While some countries around the world have started to ease Covid-19 lockdown, there are still many that continue with such measure as the outbreak situation remains serious with high infection rate.

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Preview May

As the Covid-19 pandemic wreaked havoc across the globe since early March, lockdown measures were also taken by many governments to stem the spread of the virus. Now that some countries are preparing to lift or at least ease some of the restrictions previously imposed, it is fair to assume that life is unlikely to be the same compared to how it was prior to the outbreak.

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April Preview

As the Covid-19 pandemic continued to escalate throughout much of March, governments across the globe have also accelerated their efforts in hope that its spread will be stemmed in the coming months. While the pandemic was largely confined to China and several of its neighbours during the initial stages, the virus has found its way into Europe as well as the Americas and the rest of the world, threatening to cripple the healthcare system in some countries.

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March Preview

Chinese leadership faces coronavirus response test as annual political meet set to be postponed
The month of March is usually a busy period in Beijing due to the annual sessions of China’s parliament and its advisory body, also known as “Lianghui”. It is the time of the year where the government lists down its achievements in the past while setting out the country’s future direction. This year however, attention has been on Wuhan, the epicenter of a deadly coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak that has spread across the country and the world, killing hundreds in the process.

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February Preview

Over the past years, the LNA has increasingly expanded its control of territories in Libya through various military operations, heavily relying on external military capabilities. In late December 2019, Haftar forces launched a second offensive towards Tripoli, which triggered the deployment of Turkish troops in support of the United Nations-recognized GNA. In an attempt to create a favourable environment for the Berlin Conference of 18 January, a ceasefire agreement was negotiated on 12 January 2020, only to be rejected by the Haftar forces

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SAFETURE CASE STUDY: CORONA VIRUS

The novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak, that emerged from a live animal market in the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province in December 20 19, is continuing to spread, and as of 30 January the number of confirmed cases of infection in China has reached over 7000. The situation is developing rapidly, and during the last few days the number of confirmed cases in China has increased quickly. The number of people who have succumbed to the disease has passed 170 people.

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2020 Preview

With the year 2019 coming to a close, the team at Safeture will present some of the major trends and events in this special Preview of 2020 edition. Our team of analysts from Brazil, Malaysia and Sweden seek to give an idea of how 2020 will be like when it comes to security risks associated with traveling. It is important to note that the preview is not a crystal ball and it does not intend to predict what exactly will happen in the year ahead but instead, it will give an informative outlook for travelers based on existing trends.

Covering all six main continents across the globe, we hope that this special edition will have something for everyone ahead of what could be an exciting year. Last but not least, we will also have a section to look back on how 2019 has been for all of us and perhaps reflect on some of the major events that have changed the world fundamentally.

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Modi’s Kashmir gambit stokes fears of more violence

Fresh from a major election victory few months earlier, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi made one of his boldest moves yet in early August after his government revoked the special status granted to the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The unilateral move came at a time where Modi and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have continuously embarked on a nationalistic drive to rally the support of the people toward the government.

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Traveling in India during the general election

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” av-medium-font-size=” av-small-font-size=” av-mini-font-size=” av_uid=’av-jv8273yb’ custom_class=” admin_preview_bg=”] On 11th of April, India began what can be considered the world’s largest “exercise in

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Indonesia set for presidential election rematch between Jokowi and Prabowo

After five years in power, Indonesia’s soft-spoken and metal-loving President Joko Widodo or fondly known as “Jokowi” will face the voters in a setting all too similar to the 2014 race. His challenger will once again be Prabowo Subianto, a candidate whom he defeated back then. While the 2014 election was all about his aspirations to develop the largest economy in southeast Asia, this time around he will need to defend his administration’s records in an effort to appeal to the population to grant him another term. Opinion polls have put Jokowi ahead of his rival, Prabowo, though there is still a chance for an upset as the latter has managed to narrow down their differences as polling day looms.

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