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SRI LANKA: Rehabilitating the Rice Bowl

Posted: 13th November 2009

Seventy-seven families are scheduled to return to Pallaikuli village – which they fled in 2008 during heavy fighting between the Sri Lankan Army and the LTTE – following MAG's clearance of landmines and unexploded ordnance there.

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VIDEO: BBC TV report on MAG

Posted: 12th November 2009

Former war correspondent and Member of Parliament Martin Bell presents a nine-minute feature on the BBC's 'Inside Out' programme.

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LEBANON: MAG celebrates lifesaving clearance milestone

Posted: 6th November 2009

The deminers who risk their lives daily to rid Lebanon of deadly munitions have been honoured in a special ceremony celebrating MAG's clearance of more than 13 million square metres of land in the country since 2006.

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Week of media coverage celebrates MAG’s 20th anniversary

Posted: 29th October 2009

Guy Garvey and Martin Bell are spearheading a week of regional media coverage celebrating MAG’s 20th anniversary.

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Twenty years of lifesaving work

Posted: 29th October 2009

Here is the story of two decades of saving lives and building futures...

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LAO PDR: Villagers report higher income after UXO is cleared

Posted: 27th October 2009

Unexploded ordnance clearance work conducted by MAG has led to higher income for 86 per cent of households.

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Conventional Weapons Management and Disposal – global update

Posted: 26th October 2009

MAG is currently undertaking CWMD projects in Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo, Iraq, Rwanda, Somalia and Sudan.

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SRI LANKA: MAG contributes to reconstruction, growth and stability

Posted: 22nd October 2009

MAG is helping to create a more secure environment for the people of Sri Lanka, building safer communities and working to improve the futures of people affected by explosive remnants of conflict.

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D.R. CONGO: 'I heard an explosion and ran out to find my son wounded'

Posted: 21st October 2009

Seven-year-old Amoni Mukala was at home with his family when someone started burning some vegetation near their house. Unable to resist the spectacle, Amoni ran out to watch the fire. Suddenly there was a loud explosion and Amoni fell to the ground, bleeding and unconscious.

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BURUNDI: MAG provides training for the disarmament campaign

Posted: 21st October 2009

MAG has organised a training day for the heads of police stations from areas where the civilian disarmament campaign is likely to yield the most significant collections.

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About MAG

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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