Doug Brooks

President of the International Peace Operations Association

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President of the International Peace Operations Association, a nonprofit group that represents several major private-security firms

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All US diplomats are  banned from leaving the Green Zone  by land as Iraq's Prime Nouri al-Maliki Minister tells the State Department to fire  Blackwater USA  security guards.

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