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IRAQ: Supporting Syrian refugees

Posted: 17th December 2012

As the conflict in Syria continues, MAG is continuing to help the increasing number of refugees fleeing to Iraq.

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CAMBODIA: A day in the life of a demining dog

Posted: 5th December 2012

Mine Detection Dog teams play an important role in making land safe for use in Cambodia, which, as a result of nearly three decades of conflict, remains one of the countries most severely affected by landmines and unexploded ordnance.

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VIDEO: From horror to hope in DRC – Josephine's story

Posted: 29th November 2012

Josephine fled Bolomo, in the north of the Democratic Republic of Congo, with her family in 2009 when the village was attacked. Sadly, Josephine's horrific story does not end there. But thanks to MAG and our supporters, her family is now able to begin rebuilding their lives.

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LIBYA: Educating children about the explosive remnants of war

Posted: 13th November 2012

How a 10-year-old boy helped to remove a deadly threat in Libya...

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Infographic: Landmine, SALW & UXO stats

Posted: 13th November 2012

More than 480,000 conflict-affected people benefited from MAG's work from July to September 2012.

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VIDEO: Demining in DRC

Posted: 8th November 2012

Take a look inside Lindu minefield in western Democratic Republic of Congo.

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In Memoriam: Hividar Zubair

Posted: 7th November 2012

With great sadness MAG announces the death of one of its Iraqi national staff, Hividar Zubair, in an accident in the Dohuk governorate of Iraqi Kurdistan on 4 November 2012.

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REPUBLIC OF CONGO: A school reborn after Brazzaville arms depot tragedy

Posted: 29th October 2012

Thousands of children in the city of Brazzaville can now continue their education in safety thanks to MAG.

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CAMBODIA: Landmine clearance helps deminer find her safe place

Posted: 16th October 2012

"This job improves my family’s living standards and gives me the chance to work in the areas of poverty reduction and mine clearance," says MAG deminer Pei To.

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VIETNAM: US Ambassador conducts first UXO demolition in Quang Nam

Posted: 15th October 2012

The first ever demolition of unexploded ordnance and landmines has taken place in Quang Nam province, the scene of heavy fighting during the Vietnam War.

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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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