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Old tactics used to stop Iraq smuggling

The soldiers of the Queen’s Royal Hussars are traveling light, borrowing tactics from the British army’s desert campaigns of World War II as they target arms smuggling across the rugged Iranian border. Shedding their heavy tanks for swifter vehicles, they roam the desert under a blistering sun that sends temperatures soaring over 140 degrees. Always ready to move, they set up temporary camps beneath camouflage netting among the blackened fragments of artillery shells and anti-tank mines left over from the bloody 1980s war between Iran and Iraq. Full Story

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