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Terrorism Coverage Elsewhere

Northern IrelandTerrorism coverage has been excluded in Northern Ireland for a number of years. In 1977, the British Insurance Association announced a standard form of exclusion relating to terrorism losses in Northern Ireland. This led the Irish government to...

Terrorism Coverage in the United Kingdom

Bombs blast through buildings, leaving destruction and rubble in their wake. Booby traps, planted with evil intent, rocks through cars, killing their intended targets and damaging surrounding structures.Mortar rockets, screaming through the air, strike buildings,...

Oklahoma City Bombing

On Wednesday April 19, BMS CAT dispatched their advance command team to Oklahoma City. A BMS CAT Operations Manager and Team Leader assessed damage to four of the major buildings peripheral to the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building, and met with government officials at...

Special Report: Oklahoma City

Wednesday April 19, 1995 started like any other day for the residents of Oklahoma City. People were just beginning their daily routine when suddenly, the unimaginable happened. At 9:04 a.m. CT a bomb was detonated in front of the nine-story Alfred P. Murrah Federal...

The New Face of Terrorism

When United States’ companies first decided to develop contingency plans for extended unplanned outages in the mid 1970s, the compelling reasons were natural disasters and the resulting power outages that usually accompanied them. The basis of their concern and...

Waging the War on Terrorism

Ostensibly, the crisis in the Gulf was terminated with the unconditional cease-fire of Iraq in late February. While the American-led Coalition did achieve its goal when Iraq succumbed to all of the terms set out by the U.N., a new, and perhaps more subversive threat...