Saturday, October 30, 2010
Private Security Firms in Afghanistan Provided Two Month Extension Before Shut Down
Private security firms operating in Afghanistan have been provided with a two-month long extension before being forced to shut-down due to a presidential decree by Karzai. The firms provide security to NGOs and military installations throughout Afghanistan. Read more in "Karzai delays private security deadline", The Sydney Morning Herald, October 29, 2010.