April 29th, 2013
04:38 PM ET

Better bomb detector – dogs or machines?

From the aftermath of the attack in Boston to the frontlines of the war in Afghanistan, a debate of dog versus machine is taking place over which is better equipped in the life and death challenge of detecting bombs.

CNN's Barbara Starr takes a look at both sides of the issue.


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