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ANGOLA: Donation helps keep MAG rolling

Posted: 11th November 2008

Pride International came to the aid of MAG Angola when it was faced with a 'big' transport problem.

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VIETNAM: MAGís work to continue benefiting Quang Tri's poorest

Posted: 11th November 2008

MAG will continue to clear unexploded ordnance for the poorest communities in Quang Tri, under a new agreement signing with provincial authorities.

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IRAQ: MAG aids village reconstruction in Dohuk

Posted: 10th November 2008

MAG is playing an essential part in the recovery of Dasht Mir Sari village, clearing three minefields to enable the construction of new houses, a water project, mosque and primary school.

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CAMBODIA: Japanese-funded clearance enables grassroots development

Posted: 7th November 2008

Funding from the Japanese Government's Kusanone Assistance programme will support MAG Cambodia's operations for the coming year.

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VIETNAM: Brother of mine accident survivor is top of the class

Posted: 4th November 2008

The 19-year-old brother of a UXO (unexploded ordnance)-related accident survivor and former scrap collector has become the most recent addition to MAG Vietnamís technical workforce after passing the demanding Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technicians Course.

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IRAQ: Rockets, shells and mortars destroyed in Ravina

Posted: 30th October 2008

MAG Small Arms and Light Weapons teams have safely removed and destroyed 33 hazardous items from the village of Ravina near the Turkish border.

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SUDAN: Assisting refugees' safe return to southern Sudan

Posted: 29th October 2008

"You have important safety information to pass on and we are glad that you thought we were important enough to not be discouraged by the journey, or weather, to make sure that we hear them. Thank you." - Samuel Odoma, Tororo resident.

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SRI LANKA: MAG's impact in Batticaloa

Posted: 27th October 2008

MAG's work in Batticaloa district is vital to the efforts to deal with problems resulting from remnants of conflict in Sri Lanka.

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LAO PDR: Senior Medic model in full swing

Posted: 27th October 2008

MAG Lao PDR's Senior Medic Mr Amone conducted his first annual Refresher Training course between 22-27 September.

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In Harm's Way: Landmine Clearance

Posted: 22nd October 2008

MAGís life-saving work in Cambodia will be featured on US television on the new CW network show In Harm's Way this Sunday, October 26 at 7PM/6PM Central.

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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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