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IRAQ: Living with the threat of unexploded ordnance and landmines

Posted: 24th September 2009

The village of Qala Yahodi, close to the border with Iran in Diyala governorate, lives with the threat of death or injury on a daily basis. Agricultural lands remain unused due to the danger.

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LAO PDR: MAG celebrates 15 years

Posted: 23rd September 2009

MAG has celebrated 15 years of working in Lao PDR with an event at the Lao Plaza Hotel in Vientiane.

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AUDIO: Tackling the threat of indiscriminate 'tennis balls'

Posted: 22nd September 2009

MAG's Director of Operations and Technical Advisor talk to radio station Key 103.

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ANGOLA: 'Clearing the mines makes our lives better'

Posted: 21st September 2009

A landmine accident survivor in Angola wants a brighter future for the children of his village.

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BURUNDI: Combatting the risk of weapons trafficking

Posted: 21st September 2009

MAG is improving security at Burundi's police stations and armouries in the run-up to next year's crucial general elections.

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Leading Manchester figures join MAG's birthday celebration

Posted: 18th September 2009

Sir Bobby Charlton and Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police Peter Fahy were among leading Manchester figures joining MAG at its headquarters to celebrate the charityís 20th anniversary last night.

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VIETNAM: Meeting the wife of a cluster bomb victim

Posted: 16th September 2009

Working in a moibile team, Iíve had a lot of chances to meet various people in many areas. But I wonít forget the face of Ms Pham Thi Vy, as she told me about losing her husband.

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Fundraiser gets on his bike

Posted: 15th September 2009

A MAG supporter has ridden off with a state-of-the-art bicycle as a reward for his fantastic fundraising efforts in this summer's Manchester to Liverpool Bike Ride.

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UK International Development Secretary praises MAG's dedication

Posted: 15th September 2009

"The people of Manchester should be proud of MAGís dedicated team of professionals who risk their lives to save others," said International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander as he officially opened MAG's new offices.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Partnership and Community Liaison in D.R. Congo

Posted: 10th September 2009

MAG has developed a partnership with a local non-governmental organisation in Equateur province, Humanitas Ubangi, training its staff to perform Community Liaison and Mine Risk Education work.

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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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