DGSIDirection Générale de la Sécurité Intérieure (French: Directorate General of Internal Security)
DGSIDétection Gardiennage Sécurité Intervention (French: Detection Guarding Safety Intervention)
DGSIDurham Geo Slope Indicator (Stone Mountain, GA)
DGSIDirection Générale des Stratégies Industrielles (France)
DGSIDirector General of Science and Innovation (UK)
DGSIDigits Solutions Informatique (French: Digits Computing Solutions; Belgium)
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The DGSI hauled them in for questioning this week after a story they published last month based on the leaked document showed top government officials were fully aware that military equipment they sold to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates -- including laser-guided missile systems and tanks -- was being used "offensively" in Yemen in violation of a 2014 arms treaty.
(42) That information was shared by the DGSI, which received it from an infiltrated source who himself was receiving instructions from a high-profile member of the Islamic State in Syria "through the encrypted communications app Threema." (43) That confidential source shared print screens of his conversations with the Islamic State fighter who, on November 15, 2016, instructed him to "retrieve 4000 euro" to finance the purchase of two Kalashnikovs.
Today, "the terrorist is no longer remote controlled by cells located in Syria", said French Prime Minister Philippe as he unveiled the new plan Friday at the DGSI headquarters in Levallois-Perret, a western suburb of Paris.
On the other hand, copies of these notifications has also been sent to DG, Anti DGSI Punjab, SECP, Deputy Commissioner Lahore, DHA and branches of all banks to refrain both from selling properties.
The leafy, relatively affluent suburb of Levallois-Perret that is home to France's main intelligence service, the DGSI, and its counter-terrorism service.
While others have targeted prominent sites like the Eiffel Tower, Wednesday's attack hit the leafy, relatively affluent suburb of Levallois-Perret that is home to France's main intelligence service, the DGSI, and its counterterrorism service.
All of the passengers were finally cleared of suspicion in January, when France's Direction GAaAaAeA@nAaAaAeA@rale de la SAaAaAeA@curitAaAaAeA@ IntAaAaAeA@ DGSI, (http://ibtimes.com/flight-mh370-passengers-crew-pass-background-checks-search-missing-plane-wraps-2473256) told the families of the victims it had run background checks and "didn't turn up anything." Similarly, two Iranian men who had used fake passports to board were declared to be "not linked to terror" (https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/mar/11/passengers-malaysian-plane-mh370-iranian-forged-passports) just after the plane's disappearance.
The scale of threat is is not possible zero risk despite we are They were taken into custody after an eight-month operation that ended with the DGSI internal intelligence agency laying a trap.
"Yesterday, a terrorist act on our soil that was being prepared for a long time was foiled thanks to the work of the DGSI," Cazeneuve said in a statement, referring to the internal intelligence service.