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MAG at 20, part two: An 'advisory' role

Posted: 26th February 2009

The problems / The solutions / How you can help The name Mines Advisory Group was established in the early days of the organisation, when it was decided that MAG’s initial role would be to draw the attention of the international community towards issues relating to mines and UXO....

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Photo gallery: Bombs destroyed in Brazzaville

Posted: 24th February 2009

The latest controlled demolition of 39 500kg aircraft bombs has removed a significant threat to the urban population surrounding Brazzaville Central Armament Depot in the Republic of Congo.

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IRAQ: Peshmerga training project launched

Posted: 23rd February 2009

MAG is supporting the development of a humanitarian conventional weapons destruction capacity within the forces under the control of the Kurdish Regional Government.

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One morning with MCT 4 in DRC

Posted: 23rd February 2009

  By Matthew Willner-Reid, Programme Officer, MAG DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo)...         "Ten minutes of searching by the whole team, in what resembles some kind of surreal easter egg hunt in the jungle, reveals nothing.....the village chief had ordered that the mortar be taken from...

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Download the latest edition of the MAGazine

Posted: 20th February 2009

An easy-to-read quarterly news round-up from MAG's operations in Lao PDR.

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CAMBODIA: 'We only had one son.. now hes gone'

Posted: 19th February 2009

MAG is clearing the village of Chisang in Battambang province. This story from local man Hoeum Chet underlines the continuing importance of MAG's work in the country...

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Posted: 18th February 2009

List 1 list 2 list 3 Not a list but has plenty of spacing in editor

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RWANDA: Soldiers learn the skills to help sustain peace

Posted: 17th February 2009

A six-man team from the Rwandan Army, supported by MAG, is making a truly significant contribution to security in their own country and the wider Great Lakes Region.

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IRAQ: Posting mine awareness in Chamchamal

Posted: 16th February 2009

MAG's mine awareness activities in Chamchamal district have been bolstered following a charitable donation of US$750 from Talisman Energy.

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Emergency response in Gaza: update (3)

Posted: 13th February 2009

Latest activities from MAGs emergency response project for Gaza.

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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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