The most dangerous job in Pakistan

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AL JAZEERA – Braving sniper fire, increasingly sophisticated improvised explosive devices (IEDs), and the escalating use of booby-trapped bombs, Peshawar’s small band of bomb disposal experts quietly go about their business. “To be a bomb technician, you must have heart, and the will to save lives,” says Zahid Rehman, a 45-year-old police officer in this city, considered to be the frontline urban area in Pakistan’s war against armed anti-state groups.

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