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The stations will be capable of registering vibrations from a nuclear explosion underground, in the seas and in the air, as well as detecting radioactive debris released into the atmosphere. The monitoring stations will transmit, via satellite, the data to the International Data Centre (IDC) within CTBTO Prep Com in Vienna, where the data will be used to detect, locate and characterize events. Senegal deposited its instrument of ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) with the Secretary-General of the United Nations on 9 June 1999.
It does not border any countries that have, though Mali shares a border with both Senegal and Niger, which has become a target for the terrorist group.
The primary sector is the fastest growing sector boosted by extractives, fishing, and agriculture.
In agriculture, good rainfall and strong outcomes from sectors targeted by government programs (including groundnuts, rice, and horticulture) explain this outcome.
Drafted at the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva and adopted by the General Assembly on 10 September 1996, the Treaty was opened for signature on 24 September 1996 at the United Nations in New York.
as a disguise while coordinating and executing terrorist attacks.
Industry decelerated somewhat despite strong performances in construction, chemistry and energy, while services – which represent more than half of the total GDP – is still growing rapidly, thanks to advances in the transport and communications sectors.