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NATO-Russian Federation: Suicide Bomber alert. Insidious, invisible and terribly deadly, suicide bomb attacks are feared by security forces throughout the world. A constant threat that may strike at any time, in any place unless detected in time. This is the aim of the STANDEX programme, developed in close cooperation between NATO and Russia. A major technical advance in combating terrorism, which could, in the years ahead, enable security forces to identify suicide bombers in a crowd. Produced by the NATO Channel. Music( Thomas Faucheur) and images of Domodedovo airport and attacks ( AP) are subject to copyright. Available in high definition


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Date Taken:12.8.2011

Date Posted:12.8.2011 8:33PM

Category:Newscasts

Video ID:132322

Filename:DOD_100290085

Length:00:10:19

Location:ST. PETERSBURG, RUGlobe

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