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Case Studies

red24 has provided security assistance to numerous clients in varying situations, ranging from life-threatening events to relatively minor incidents. The below case studies illustrate the scope of our services. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us on enquiries@red24.com.

Anti-government protests in Bahrain
red24 provided assistance to several clients located in Bahrain during the political unrest in February and March 2011.

Natural disaster in Japan
red24 provided advice and assistance for numerous clients who were in Japan when the 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck Honshu island.

Political unrest in Egypt
red24 provided evacuation and remote assistance to over 150 people who were in Egypt at the time of increasing political unrest in January and February 2011.

Mugging in Venezuela
red24 provided advice and assistance to a client's employees who were mugged while working in Valencia, Venezuela.

Civil unrest in Mozambique
A client had employees in Maputo at the time of violent civil unrest in 2010; red24 was called in to evacuate the employees.

President ousted in Kyrgyzstan
red24 provided assistance to three students who were in Bishkek at the time of increasing civil unrest following the ousting of the Kyrgyz president.

Robbery in Spain
red24 provided advice and assistance to a couple travelling in Spain who had become victims of a robbery.

Car accident in Thailand
When a family was involved in a car accident while on holiday in Thailand, red24 provided assistance in resolving the situation.

Business travel to Moscow
red24 was asked to provide expert advice to a group of business travellers who were planning to attend a conference in Russia's capital, Moscow.

Honduras political crisis
After more than 27 years of democratic rule, Honduras was thrown into political turmoil following the removal of then president Manuel Zelaya by the military in the early hours of 28 June 2009.

Hurricane Dean
Hurricane Dean was the most powerful tropical cyclone of the 2007 Atlantic hurricane season and inflicted severe damage on parts of Mexico, the Antilles and Belize.

Political crisis in Madagascar
In early 2009, the security situation in Madagascar deteriorated significantly, due to a stand-off between then president Marc Ravalomanana and Andry Rajoelina, the leader of the political opposition and then mayor of the capital, Antananarivo.

Terrorist incidents in Mumbai, India
On 26 November 2008, a string of coordinated gun and grenade attacks left scores of people dead and hundreds more injured across Mumbai, India.

Kenya in crisis
Kenya descended into crisis in December 2007, after incumbent president Mwai Kibaki was declared the winner of the presidential election amid widespread allegations of electoral fraud.