The IEDs in this dataset have been classified in predefined types in order to facilitate the analysis. Unfortunately, it is often the case that there is not enough information available in oder to assign an IED to a specific type.

While 88% of incidents resulted in no casualties, partly because they were hoaxes and false alarms and partly because they were found on time, there is still a high overall number of injuries and fatalities. The most dangerous types of IEDs have been identified to be the Remote Controlled devices (RCIEDs), leaving behind 6 dead and 18 wounded, and the Vehicle-borne explosive devices (VBIEDs), leaving behind 12 dead and 12 wounded.

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