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As the international community dithers over Darfur, private military companies say they've got what it takes to stop the carnage, if only someone would hire them.

By Rebecca Ulam Weiner
April 23, 2006

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THREE YEARS OF FIGHTING in the Darfur region of Sudan have left an estimated 180,000 dead and nearly 2 million refugees. In recent weeks, both the UN and the US have turned up the volume of their demands to end the violence (which the Bush administration has publicly called genocide), but they've been hard pressed to turn their exhortations into ... (Full article: 1938 words)

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