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An international mercenary corporation Global Risk is a home to discharged soldiers from special military forces around the globe. These soldiers share one thing in common: A past marked by grief and pain. Global Risk with its experienced veterans from special units could successfully expand by accomplishing difficult missions at magazines around the world. Global Risk has never participated in a war regardless of how much money is at the stake if they did not have a valid reason. The company continues to fight against the terrorists in different parts of the globe to protect and live by their belief.

This is what differentiates Global Risk from company Black List that carries out terrorist activities regardless of the age and the sex of the victims, as long as the operations generate profit. Main clients of Global Risk are neutral countries without standing armies, target countries of terrorists, and UN X-file Department of Management who carry out strictly confidential missions.
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