The Conflict Awareness Project (CAP) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to investigating, documenting, and bringing to justice major arms traffickers, war profiteering networks, and transnational criminal operations that fuel war and conflict around the world.
10 August 2015 – In an open letter to the Prime Minister of Mauritius, Conflict Awareness Project’s (CAP) executive director Kathi Lynn Austin called today for a renewed inquiry into an international arms trafficking network alleged to have operated within the country, as well as the role of individuals within the Mauritian government who may have obstructed […]
12 August 2015 L’express Maurice has published a French translation of CAP ED Kathi Lynn Austin’s recent LSL Radio interview. Austin discusses her 10 August open letter to the PM of Mauritius, in which she asks him to reopen an arms trafficking network inquiry. Read the Interview Translation (in French)
Tuesday, 11 August 2015 17:46 Radioplus Mauritius gets commentary from Vikash Teeluckdharry, CAP ED Kathi Lynn Austin’s attorney, on the Mauritius arms trafficking inquiry. Listen to the Interview (in French)
“Justice must always be served no matter who is in government,” said CAP ED Kathi Lynn Austin about her appeal to Mauritius’s new PM Jugnauth to reopen the inquiry into an alleged global arms smuggling network based within the country’s borders. In this interview with Mauritius’s LSL Radio, Austin talks about the case, as well as the persistence required to […]
Note: Mauritian newspaper L’express Maurice’s coverage of CAP’s open appeal to Mauritius PM Jugnauth, calling for a reopening of an investigation into an alleged international arms trafficking ring operating out of Mauritius. “Sans une enquête approfondie, on perd l’opportunité de contrecarrer les plans des trafiquants d’armes sur le marché noir, qui pourrai […]
02.06.15 The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland (OAGS) decided not to further prosecute the Swiss precious metals company Argor-Heraeus SA, that handled dirty African gold. While Swiss authorities acknowledged that Argor did refine looted gold and violated its duty of diligence, the case was nonetheless closed, a decision met with disbelief by the […]