The Democratic Republic of Congo
is the scene of the worst humanitarian crisis in the world
according to the United Nations.
In whathas been described as the world's
deadliest conflict since World War II,
millions of people have been killed.
Massacres and rape, routinely used as weapons of war,
have forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee their homes.
For years, the United Nations and non-governmental organizations, NGOs,
have been providing humanitarian relief
in an increasingly unstable situation,
often requiring the presence of private security contractors
to ensure aid workers' safety.
The conflict is fuelled by the country's vast mineral wealth,
with all sides suspected of deliberately prolonging the violence
to plunder natural resources such as gold, diamonds,
copper, coltan, and other high-value minerals
to meet the growing demand of the Western world.
WODespite calls for a ceasefire and the presence of UN peacekeepers,
a deteriorating humanitarian situation of poverty and corruption
jeopardize hopes of a lasting peace and reconstruction of the shattered nation.
-Hey. -What are you drinking?
哦 你今晚状态不错 但我已经有姑娘了
Oh, you guys look pretty tonight, but I got my gal over here.
I'll buy you one.
Roger that, Jim.
嗨 领导 嗨 啥情况
-Hey, chief. -Hey, what's happening?
-We're up to here in mud out there. -Jesus.
-So I shut down the site for tonight. -Will it be ready?
There are not enough of us.
We have to meet the new Minister of Health.
We need his support to train medical staff locally.
I'll get a face-to-face meeting and we'll go together.
我现在电邮他 谢谢 嘿
-I'll email him now. -Thank you. Hey.
-How are you? -Good.
嘿 你好吗 你好 出什么事了
-Hey. How are you? -What's up?
Where am I? Where do you want me?
Here. Uh, no.
What are you having, Jim?
I'll have a pretty little thing just like Annie's got here.
-A blue one. -A blue one, yeah.
Was there anything else, Annie?
Um, yes, there was.
We also need to coordinate with local NGOs
to distribute condoms outside the clinics...
哦 伙计 不要和我说避孕套的分配
Oh, man. Don't talk to me about condom distribution.
It's like rape promotion in these villages.
You might as well hand them out to the wild dogs.
伟大的博爱者 特里 库克先生
And a great humanitarian, Mr. Terry Cox.
等下 我们是多久的朋友 20年
Wait a minute. How long we been friends? Twenty years?
I think that's the first time I've ever heard you call me a humanitarian.
Our main story from Africa,
where the Minister of Mining and Natural Resources
of the Democratic Republic of Congo has triggered a burst of reactions
from the international community this afternoon
by announcing the decision to cancel
and renegotiate all pre-existing contracts with foreign mining companies.
With growing evidence of political corruption,
there are questions regarding the motivations behind this decision,
but the minister advocates the restricted...
Good morning, honey.
-I've gotta go to work. -Okey-dokey.
Really. We are short on staff.
-I have to. -Okay, sweetheart.
You have a good day at work.
Let me go.
-Don't you have to go to work, too? -I think I got a couple of hours.
I gotta grab some stuff from my place, and then get out to the site.
What are you doing over there?
Aren't you guys here to work for us? To protect us?
I am your 24-hour personal bodyguard.
I'm putting my meanest guys on the clinic tonight. You'll be safe.
Will you work late?
I'm hoping not.
-I'll see you later. -Mmm-hmm.
See you later, Jim.
How we doing on the perimeter-fence check? Over.
Perimeter checked and secured.
This security detail's getting boring. I can't wait to see some real action.
It's crazy hot out here tonight.
I've made sure that every checkpoint is resupplied with fresh water.
I don't know about you,
but I find it harder and harder to focus out here in this heat.
I've been letting the dehydration get to my memory so much,
I'm having to start writing shit down just to remember to take a piss.
I was video-documenting on my cell phone earlier,
like a goddamn wazoo.
Action at the gate. Sitrep.
Roger. Two NGO vehicles on site.
Seems to be Felix's escort.
Felix and Cox jabbering.
What do you figure that's all about at 2200 hours?
On my mark, switch to all freq 4.
Roger. Switching now.
里德 吉米 检查
Reed, Jim. Check.
利马 查理 回答我
Lima Charlie to me.
I got a feeling we're going operational.
嘿 安妮 菲利克斯
-Hey, Annie. -Felix.
Hello. Is he gonna make it?
Till the next time.
-I need a break. -Sure.
We've had five of those machete wounds today. We lost two.
Another day in paradise.
Did you get us a meeting with the Minister of Health?
Yeah. 9:00 tomorrow morning, you and I.
Did you go to the airstrip tonight?
就几分钟 公事 你看见吉米了吗
-Just for a few minutes. Administrative. -Did you see Jim?
I didn't speak to him. I didn't wanna bother him.
They've got a big job out there, and I had a sense they'd go late.
He's a lucky man, Jim Terrier.
-He's a hard man.-If only you could love a soft one.
Can I drive you home?
Thanks, but I'll wait for Jim.
There's plenty of work here for me to pass the time.
I only stopped by to ask you that.
Hey, Jim. Document this.
噢 里德 注意武器 伙计
Oh, Reed! Watch where you point that weapon, man.
Have some barrel control, man.
好吧 伙计 给你目标包裹
All right, mates, here are your target packs.
放下那个 吉米 行动代号♥骷髅
Drop that, Jimmy. This is Operation Calvary.
We insert as a team here,
4度 18分钟南边 15度 18分钟 东边
four degrees, 18 minutes south, 15 degrees, 18 minutes east.
Reed, you are Sierra 1,
and you'll be positioned here, in a third-floor apartment.
Two blocks down will be Bryson, Sierra 2, and Jim, Sierra 3.