Every day, six million liters of diesel and paraffin pass illegally between Iran and Pakistan, two billion liters a year.
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Unemployment, drought and fuel prices, lower than in Pakistan, are the main reasons for many young people in the border province of Sistan and Baluchistan to engage in smuggling, a profitable but extremely dangerous activity.
In the region, more than three thousand vehicles are used for this illegal trade. In order to stop this traffic, police officers protect the border with a variety of means that force smugglers to flee with risky maneuvers that often end in vehicle accidents and fires.