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SOMALIA: Twelve tonnes of unsafe munitions cleared from army compound

Posted: 9th December 2009

An army stockpile of surplus and unserviceable munitions has been destroyed in Galcaio by the MAG-trained Puntland Police Explosive Ordnance Disposal team.

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SUDAN: Hope for the future

Posted: 7th December 2009

"When I see MAG working in the area, it brings me happiness. This was a minefield, full of landmines. If MAG had not cleared this area, the mines would still be harming people and we could not live here."

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CAMBODIA: Message in the music

Posted: 2nd December 2009

A project in Battambang province to use rap and hip hop music to alert young people to the danger of mines and unexploded ordnance is an example of the way different approaches are used to convey safety messages.

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MAG present at World Summit on Landmines

Posted: 1st December 2009

A high-level delegation from MAG is attending the 'Cartagena Summit on a Mine-Free World' in Colombia this week.

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CAMBODIA: Photo exhibition in Phnom Penh featuring images of MAG's work

Posted: 27th November 2009

Asia Motion One year anniversary at the Equinox Cafe #3A street 278, Phnom Penh: A night of slide-shows and projections from 8pm, featuring 10 photographers and one video artist.

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VIETNAM: MAG Vietnam celebrates 10-year anniversary

Posted: 25th November 2009

Since November 1999, MAG has cleared more than seven million square metres of land, benefitting thousands of people still threatened by lethal remnants of a war that ended more than three decades ago.

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CAMBODIA: Development doubles after MAG clears land

Posted: 23rd November 2009

Two years after MAG finished clearing land in Ou Chamlong village, Battambang province, business is booming.

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R.O. CONGO: Rockets threat removed in Brazzaville

Posted: 19th November 2009

The destruction of 231 long-range rockets removed a significant threat to a densely populated area in the capital city.

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'Surviving the Peace' photo exhibition

Posted: 19th November 2009

Powerful and striking images from award-winning MAG photographer Sean Sutton form a new, large-scale outdoor display at Imperial War Museum North in Manchester.

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LAO PDR: 'We feel safer now'

Posted: 18th November 2009

The last physical reminder of the war the unexploded ordnance lying in the ground has finally gone from 61-year-old Ten's village.

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