The Nisour Square Massacre
On September 16, 2007, employees of the Blackwater Security Consulting private security firm opened fire on unarmed Iraqi civilians in Nisour Square in Baghdad while directing traffic.
The Economics of Organized Crime
Organized crime groups mostly engage in regular economic activity, the production and distribution of various services and drugs, gambling, and prostitution.
Mystery of the Fifty Thousand: Destiny versus Nature
the lost Persian army has survived over two and a half millennia - despite a blatant lack of hard evidence.
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