Daily Archives: May 25, 2015

Tough men for hire: Ex-special forces in demand for war on terror

[Translate] Tough men for hire: Ex-special forces in demand for war on terror By Malia Zimmerman Published February 25, 2015 Now PlayingInsider’s look at world of private counter-terror training Never autoplay videos The 21 Afghan soldiers had been kidnapped in … Continue reading

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Mo Brooks Stops The Outsourcing of Military Slots To Illegal Aliens In The NDAA

[Translate] Mo Brooks Stops The Outsourcing of Military Slots To Illegal Aliens In The NDAA Brooks Amendment to NDAA Strips Requirements To Hire Illegals Amnestied By Obama Executive Action By: Repair_Man_Jack (Diary)  |  May 16th, 2015 at 07:00 AM For … Continue reading

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The Battle for Afghanistan Will Be Decided by Development

[Translate] The Battle for Afghanistan Will Be Decided by Development by Sam Ehrlich May 21, 2015 An Afghan girl works on a wheat field in Nangarhar province, Afghanistan May 14, 2015. (Parwiz/Courtesy Reuters) By Sam Ehrlich Afghan development is more … Continue reading

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Senate Armed Services Committee CHAIRMAN JOHN McCAIN ASKS DEFENSE DEPARTMENT TO RESPOND TO WASTEFUL CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITY IN AFGHANISTAN

[Translate] Senate Armed Services Committee CHAIRMAN JOHN McCAIN ASKS DEFENSE DEPARTMENT TO RESPOND TO WASTEFUL CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITY IN AFGHANISTAN Congressional Documents and Publications 22 May 2015 Friday, May 22, 2015 Contact: Dustin Walker (202) 224-2575 SASC CHAIRMAN JOHN McCAIN … Continue reading

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Top Pentagon Aide Aimed to ‘Slow Roll’ Investigation Into Huge, Unused $36M Facility in Afghanistan, Report Alleges

[Translate] Top Pentagon Aide Aimed to ‘Slow Roll’ Investigation Into Huge, Unused $36M Facility in Afghanistan, Report Alleges May 20, 2015, 12:15 AM ET By LEE FERRAN Investigative Reporter Follow @leeferran The 64K facility, located at Camp Leatherneck in Helman … Continue reading

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Two directors of a British defence company being investigated by FBI over Afghanistan bribery allegations

[Translate] Two directors of a British defence company being investigated by FBI over Afghanistan bribery allegations Independent Online By Jonathan Owen 24 May 2015 18:29 Robert Gillam and Simon Davies are directors at Mondial Defence Systems Two directors of a … Continue reading

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Frontier Services Group Limited – Annual Report 2014

[Translate] Frontier Services Group Limited – Annual Report 2014 irasia.com: Listed companies – Company announcements 23 April 2015 To see the full text of this document, please click on the link below: http://202.66.146.82/listco/hk/frontier/annual/../annual/2014/ar2014.pdf Irasia.com Limited

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Frontier Services Group Limited; FSG Completes Acquisition of Cheetah Logistics

[Translate] Frontier Services Group Limited; FSG Completes Acquisition of Cheetah Logistics Investment Weekly News 2 May 2015 2015 MAY 2 (VerticalNews) — By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Investment Weekly News — Frontier Services Group Limited (“FSG”) (SEHK:00500), a … Continue reading

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Nauru inquiry: Transfield unable to answer basic questions about operations

[Translate] Nauru inquiry: Transfield unable to answer basic questions about operations Executives of Australian company running detention centre unable to provide information about sex assault allegations and take most questions on notice An asylum seeker boy holds up his ID … Continue reading

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Bill easing liability for using ‘reasonable force’ against detainees condemned

[Translate] Bill easing liability for using ‘reasonable force’ against detainees condemned Human rights groups criticise bill which would give the commonwealth and private contractors immunity from liability where use of force was exercised ‘in good faith’ The immigration department says … Continue reading

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