Technicians from Pakistan's top bomb disposal unit prepare an improvised detonator, by fixing a cord into a plastic water bottle, to demonstrate how to destroy militant bombs at at the unit's ... more 
Technicians from Pakistan's top bomb disposal unit prepare an improvised detonator, by fixing a cord into a plastic water bottle, to demonstrate how to destroy militant bombs at at the unit's headquarters in Peshawar September 12, 2013. Twelve years into the war on militancy, Pakistan's police are chronically under-funded. This year's federal budget gave the military about $6 billion and the police $686 million, a lopsided allocation mirrored in the disbursement of foreign aid. While the United States has given Pakistan about $30 billion since 2001, the police have got a tiny fraction compared with the military. A little of that reached the country's top police bomb disposal unit in the city of Peshawar. Picture taken September 12, 2013. To match story PAKISTAN-BOMB/SQUAD. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) less 
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Reuters | Photo By ZOHRA BENSEMRA / REUTERS
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