The proceeds from the sale of Civilian Drone Strike, which shows a trio of Predator drones bombing a child's picture of a house, will be split between Reprieve, a human rights charity, and Campaign Against Arms Trade, a group seeking to abolish the global arms trade.
Kim Jong Un says he's seeking military 'equilibrium' with US
But the North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD) had said the ballistic missile did not pose a threat to North America. Former top White House aide Steve Bannon told a reporter in August that there are no military solutions for North Korea.
The money raised will be split between two organisations - Campaign Against Arms Trade, which seeks to abolish the worldwide arms trade, and Reprieve, which fights for human rights.
The exhibition was the second half of a two-week festival of protest against the DSEI, the world's biggest arms fair, which brought together delegations from what activists say are some of the worst human rights-abusing regimes with 1,600 makers and sellers of weapons and military equipment.
Bill Maher: 'We the Rebels Now' Against 'White Supremacist' Federal Government
"We've weathered Harvey and Irma, but now we've got Sh*tstorm Donald", Maher began Friday's episode of HBO's Real Time . They can't grouse about California cities threatening to deny contracts to any firm that helps build the border wall.
He added: "It's time to shut it down for good".
The Department for International Trade's stand featured a Bowler off-road rapid intervention vehicle (RIV) complete with machine gun, a light artillery gun and an inflatable rescue launch as well as a series of unmanned aerial drones.
Yum! Brands, Inc. (YUM) Holdings Cut by Swiss National Bank
The company have rights to KFC, China's quick-service restaurant concept, Pizza Hut, casual dining restaurant brand and Taco Bell. Gibbs sold 8,336 shares of Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE:YUM) has "Overweight" rating given on Wednesday, October 7 by JP Morgan.
"Respect for human rights is a mandatory consideration in the process and a country would not be invited where that would contradict the UK's global obligations".