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PHOTO GALLERY: Stockpile clearance in Somalia

Posted: 24th September 2010

MAG has been working alongside the Puntland Mine Action Centre and the Puntland police since 2008, to reduce the insecure stockpiles of Small Arms and Light Weapons, and other items of unexploded ordnance.

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VIETNAM: Telephone hotline assists emergency reporting of UXO

Posted: 22nd September 2010

MAG provides a telephone 'hotline' number that enables members of the public to directly report the location of unexploded ordnance they find in Quang Tri province.

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VIDEO: Cluster munitions and unexploded ordnance in Lao PDR

Posted: 17th September 2010

A short film by the UNDP from Laos, where UXO accidents still injure and kill around 300 people a year.

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Kandahar Break director thanks MAG

Posted: 13th September 2010

The director of a critically acclaimed film set in the deadly minefields of Afghanistan has thanked MAG for its “invaluable help” in providing research advice for the movie.

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D.R. CONGO: 100,000 weapons destroyed

Posted: 13th September 2010

A ceremony to mark the destruction of the 100,000th weapon by MAG in partnership with the Congolese Ministries of Interior, Defence and Foreign Affairs has been held in Kinshasa.

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VIETNAM: How MAG works

Posted: 6th September 2010

Unexploded ordnance causes injury and death, and keeps people in poverty. This photo report documents MAG's operations in Quang Binh and Quang Tri.

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SUDAN: Freedom and development

Posted: 1st September 2010

People in Girgir El Nogta village saw much hardship during the civil war and remained afflicted by the legacy of the conflict during their new-found peaceful era.

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GAZA: Two world record attempts made possible by MAG

Posted: 1st September 2010

MAG has helped the children of Gaza to bounce and fly into the Guinness Book of World Records.

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SUDAN: MAG has positive impact for returning refugees

Posted: 25th August 2010

"We did not know what to do if we faced any of these dangerous items, since we lived out of the country for so long” - returning refugee Luka, from Okudo Maria village in Pageri Payam, Magwi County.

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PAKISTAN: MAG works with national partner to help flood victims

Posted: 20th August 2010

Following the devastation caused by the extreme flooding in Pakistan this week, MAG has been working with our national partner SPADO (Sustainable Peace and Development Organisation) to limit the dangers people face from landmines and other deadly items of unexploded ordnance, dislodged by the floods.

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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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