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CAMBODIA: Clearance helps hundreds in Malai district

Posted: 2nd July 2008

From beginning the clearance of landmine-contaminated land in the Malai district of Banteay Meanchey Province in July 2006 to May 2008, MAG located and destroyed 507 anti-personnel mines, two anti-tank mines and 30 other items of unexploded ordnance.

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VIETNAM: MAG plays winning role at Southeast Asian Gaelic Games

Posted: 1st July 2008

Male and female teams from Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam have taken part in Vietnam's first ever Gaelic football tournament, with MAG supplying special winners' plaques made out of wood, marble and half a cluster munition.

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LAO PDR: Download the latest MAGazine

Posted: 23rd June 2008

The latest quarterly news round-up from MAG's operations in Lao PDR.

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IRAQ: MAG assists in clearing heavily contaminated district

Posted: 18th June 2008

A MAG small arms and light weapons (SALW) team has safely destroyed 465 items in Khanaqen district, Diyala governorate, at the request of the Brigadier General of the Iraqi border police.

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'Living with Peace' illustrated talk

Posted: 17th June 2008

MAG photographer Sean Sutton delivers an illustrated talk looking at the lethal post-conflict legacy of landmines around the world. *FREE at the Imperial War Museum North, Friday 20 June*

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LAO PDR: Safer scrap

Posted: 16th June 2008

An innovative MAG project to clear unexploded ordnance (UXO) from a foundry in Phonsavanh is now underway.

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MAG in the media: Sunday Observer

Posted: 16th June 2008

MAG featured in an article titled 'The humane act of demining' this weekend in Sri Lanka's widest-read English language newspaper.

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BBC Radio: 'Bomb Hunters'

Posted: 13th June 2008

Listen to a documentary from the BBC's international radio station on the effects that cluster bombs dropped during the Vietnam War are having on neighbouring Lao PDR to this day.

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BURUNDI: 30 MANPADS destroyed

Posted: 13th June 2008

The US State Department's Deputy Assistant Secretary for Political-Military Affairs visited the Burundian army-operated demolition range outside Bujumbura yesterday to witness the destruction of 30 SAM7 Grail MANPADS devices.

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ANGOLA: LIS Golf Day raises $30,000 for MAG

Posted: 12th June 2008

The second Luanda International School-MAG Golf Day on June 8th has raised approximately US$30,000 in support of MAG' activities in Moxico Province.

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