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Cash puts U.S. military contractors in bind
Business News

Cash puts U.S. military contractors in bind
By Leslie Wayne The New York Times
FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2005

 
U.S. military contractors are awash in cash, which is making their shareholders happy and pushing their stocks to new highs. Less happy, however, is the Pentagon, which is the source of much of that cash and may now want something in return.

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Detention of US security contractors highlights “culture of impunity” in Iraq
Iraq & Middle East
Detention of US security contractors highlights “culture of impunity” in Iraq

James Cogan, WSWS


17 June 2005 - A controversy surrounding the detention of a team of private contractors by US marines on May 28 has exposed the sharp tensions being produced by the activities of thousands of mercenaries employed by the Bush administration to help enforce the occupation of Iraq.

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New Embassy Security Firms Chosen
Business News

Embassy Security Firms Chosen - State Department Awards Contracts to Cover High-Risk Offices in 27 Nations
By Renae Merle
Washington Post - Friday, June 17, 2005; Page D04

Triple Canopy Inc. announced yesterday it was awarded part of a State Department contract to provide security services around the world in a program potentially worth up to $1 billion.

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Camp Jihad
Miscellaneous

Camp Jihad

A ragtag army of cops, soldiers, and G.I. Joe wannabes play terrorist for a week in a counterintuitive counterterrorism program.

By Evan Wright


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Halliburton to build new $30 mln Guantanamo jail
US-Policy

Halliburton to build new $30 mln Guantanamo jail
Fri Jun 17, 2005 12:31 AM ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Halliburton Co. (HAL.N: Quote, Profile, Research) unit will build a new $30 million (16.5 million pound) detention facility and security fence at the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, where the United States is holding about 520 foreign terrorism suspects, the Defense
Department announced on Thursday.

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Shootings May Lead To Security Guard Curb
Iraq & Middle East

Shootings May Lead To Security Guard Curb

London Daily Telegraph, June 11, 2005

By Adrian Blomfield, in Baghdad

Iraq's interior ministry said yesterday it wanted to impose legal boundaries on the private security business after American contractors twice opened fire on US marines.

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