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Description The bomb disposal team of the Afghan Army 215 Corps neutralizes an IED in Sangin, Helmand. With roadside bombs the largest threat in Afghanistan, the few teams that have been trained are being relied heavily on to keep the roads safe for troops and civilians.
Date 4 November 2012, 20:11:53
Source Flickr: The IED Threat
Author Al Jazeera English
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