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40 years after secret war ended, Laotians come to US, seeking more help for bomb clearance [Washington Post, USA] 

Stuart Hughes and Sean Sutton from MAG discuss UN Mine Awareness Day [BBC News]

Fundraiser begins bike ride from South Korea to Gloucestershire [ITV]






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Go to the Latest sector news page for online coverage on landmines, small arms and light weapons, unexploded ordnance and related issues.






Spokespeople

MAG works in current and former conflict zones, to reduce the threat of death and injury from remnants of conflict. These include anti-personnel and anti-vehicle landmines, as well as rockets, missiles, mortars, grenades, ammunition, small arms and light weapons, and many more types of deadly items.

So we don’t just carry out plain landmine or bomb clearance – some of our projects aren’t even about landmines. We can provide spokespeople on a wide range of topics.

To arrange an interview please contact Clare Hargreaves, Media & PR Officer: clare.hargreaves@maginternational.org; telephone +44 (0)161 238 5445 or +44 (0)7979 343969.






Photos

Award-winning photographer Sean Sutton has been working with MAG for 15 years and had amassed an archive of awe-inspiring images of communities affected by conflict. We can make these photographs available to media outlets on request.

Please consult the Photos section of this website and email your request to comms@maginternational.org.






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External resources

Cluster Munition & Landmine Monitor

Cluster Munition Coalition

International Campaign to Ban Landmines

Small Arms Survey




Media enquiries

Clare Hargreaves, Media & PR Officer, MAG HQ, 68 Sackville Street, Manchester, M1 3NJ, UK

Tel: +44 (0)161 238 5445
Mobile: +44 (0)7979 343969
clare.hargreaves@maginternational.org

Some killer facts

An amputee in Angola

72 states and seven other areas are confirmed or suspected to be mine-affected.
Landmine Monitor 2011

• Deadly cluster bombs contaminate at least 24 states and three other areas.
Cluster Munition Monitor 2012

740,000+ people die each year as a result of armed violence.
Global Burden of Armed Violence report, Geneva Declaration

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MAG (Mines Advisory Group) saves and improves lives by reducing the devastating effects armed violence and remnants of conflict have on people around the world.
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