lunes, agosto 02, 2004

Common Dreams NewsCenter

by Katherine Stapp
Published on Friday, July 30, 2004 by the lnter Press Service

NEW YORK - Despite scandals over human rights abuses and war profiteering, private military contractors are expanding their presence overseas, and may even be involved in helping to draft the next U.S. defense budget.

Currently more than 20,000 privately contracted employees are at work in Iraq, feeding U.S. troops, providing security, and rebuilding the occupied nation's shattered infrastructure.

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