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How British Army is tackling IED threat
As a roadside bomb claims the life of another British soldier in Afghanistan, the British Army has shown the BBC's Kevin Reide how it is trying to beat the problem of improvised explosive devices (IEDs).
Commanders opened the doors to a base in Warwickshire, where potentially life saving intelligence is being shared.
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