Blackwater Resumes Protection for Iraq Convoys
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Blackwater Resumes Protection for Iraq Convoys

Security contractor Blackwater USA resumes protection of U.S. Embassy convoys in Iraq, after movements were suspended after the company allegedly killed civilians. The Iraq government threatened to expel the company and others like it. Video by AP

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