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A Story of Jihad
Iraq & Middle East
A Story of Jihad

Ghaith Abdul-Ahad - The Guardian  - June 8, 2005

Islamist insurgents have turned the aftermath of the war in Iraq into a seemingly endless holy war, and are still pouring into the country to fight the 'American devil'. En route, many of them pass through Syria. Ghaith Abdul-Ahad visits the ancient city of Aleppo and hears 
one jihadi's story

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Marines Jail Contractors in Iraq
Iraq & Middle East

Tension and Confusion Grow Amid the "Fog of War"

by David Phinney, Special to CorpWatch
June 7th, 2005

Late one Saturday afternoon in May, a group of armed American private security guards in white Ford trucks and an Excursion sports utility vehicle barreled through the battle-scarred streets of Fallujah, Iraq. The group was a security convoy from Zapata Engineering, a company hired to destroy enemy ammunition, such as shells and bombs, in Iraq. As they swerved through traffic, the men heard gunfire they
could not identify.

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Fresh bid to lift veil on U.S. security contractors
Business News

Monday, May 16, 2005 7:56:24 PM

SAN FRANCISCO (AFX) -- As the rising death toll of hired security contractors in Iraq and other hotspots heightens attention, lawmakers are calling for greater disclosure about how these private firms carry out military-type missions.

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With Titan, L-3 Aims For Big Leagues
Corporate News

Wall Street Journal, June 6, 2005, Pg. 2

By Jonathan Karp, Staff Reporter Of The Wall Street Journal

The proposed $2.08 billion purchase of Titan Corp., one of the last big acquisitions left in the defense industry, marks L-3 Communications Holdings Inc.'s bid to vault out of its niche role as a military-electronics supplier.

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Kuwait Gets Multi-Billion Dollar US Military Contract
US-Policy

Kuwait City (AFP) Jun 04, 2005
The US Defense Department has awarded Kuwait's Public Warehouses company (PWC Logistics) a billion-dollar contract to supply US forces in the region, the company announced Saturday.

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Legislation Aims To Clarify Role of Contractors On The Battlefield
US-Policy

By Nathan Hodge: in Defense Daily
June 3, 2005 - Volume 225 Issue 43

Buried the House version of the FY '06 Defense Authorization Bill is new legislation that aims to clarify the role of private contractors on the battlefield.

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