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U.S. Monitors Fault British Security Company With Iraq Contract

A British security company with a $292 million American contract to protect aid officials and contractors in Iraq failed to ensure weapons training for its agents and did not properly assess Iraqi guards for loyalty, United States federal monitors reported Friday. The audit report, released by the Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, said the company, Aegis Defense Services Ltd., had not complied with several parts of its contract, but the deficiencies were being corrected. Full Story

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