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Dan Froomkin: Oversight Of Private Security Contractors Still A Concern Three Years After Massacre In Iraq

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The Obama administration is increasing its dependency on security firms. To make up for the withdrawal of American troops in Iraq, the Department of State plans to more than double the number of private security contractors it employs there, from 2,700 to 7,000. And more contractors of all types are headed to Afghanistan to support the troop surge there.
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