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Blackwater inquiry turns to Baghdad

Federal authorities investigating contractors working for North Carolina-based Blackwater Worldwide are returning to Iraq in the investigation of a deadly September shooting that killed 17 Iraqi civilians.

Seven Blackwater protesters lose appeal in court

Seven people arrested for trespassing at security company Blackwater Worldwide's headquarters have lost their appeals and will be sentenced.

Blackwater, under scrutiny for Iraqi deaths, ramps up lobbying

Blackwater Worldwide is ramping up its lobbying representation in Washington.

California town rejects Blackwater plan

Residents of a small California town have rejected a plan to put a Blackwater training camp near town.

Proposal for NC-based Blackwater divides California town

A proposal by Blackwater Worldwide has divided residents of a California mountain village into those who want the firm to build a firing range there and those who do not.

Tighter control of Blackwater seen

Private security firms working in Iraq would face more U.S. military oversight under a new agreement between the Pentagon and State Department.

Justice officials frustrated by probe of Blackwater smuggling

Bureaucracy appears to be slowing the criminal investigation into North Carolina-based Blackwater Worldwide.

Grand jury investigating Blackwater shooting in Baghdad that killed 17 Iraqi civilians

A federal grand jury is said to be investigating the role of North Carolina-based Blackwater Worldwide security guards in the shooting deaths of 17 Iraqi civilians in Baghdad.

Charges uncertain in Blackwater inquiry

The Justice Department says it has not decided whether to prosecute North Carolina-based Blackwater bodyguards for the September shooting deaths of 17 Iraqi civilians.

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