Countering the evolving threat of improvised explosive devices (IEDs)

Published on Feb 16, 2017
In Iraq, more than 9,800 people were killed or injured by IEDs in 2016.

Populations returning to their homes and villages after the Iraqi Security Forces have taken them back from ISIL are particularly at risk.

NATO counter-IED expert Phil Yeaman explains how IEDs and the terrorist groups that are using them are developing and also explains how NATO is helping to train the Iraqi Security Forces to dispose of IEDs.

 

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