BRITISH SECURITY FIRM SEEKS FIJI RECRUITS

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand (RNZI, Dec. 28) - British company Homeland Security is looking for 50 personnel from Fiji to work in Iraq from January.

The firm is keen to employ those who have served in the security forces.

Homeland Security official Enele Malele says the company is offering one-year contracts for Iraq duty.

Some 17 Fijians are already in Iraq and will be joined by more next month.

The security company is involved in security operations such as providing bodyguards and taking supplies to soldiers working in Iraq.

December 29, 2004

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