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Timeline: Twenty years of MAG in Cambodia

Posted: 12th October 2012

Landmines and UXO don't just maim and kill: they block access to land for agriculture, housing and development.

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CAMBODIA: Female deminer reduces death and poverty in the killing fields

Posted: 19th September 2012

Koeun Ngoeun wants to keep her family and others safe and out of poverty.

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CAMBODIA: Landmine clearance paves the way for The Golden Road

Posted: 3rd September 2012

The village of Sek Sak in Battambang province has been tranformed thanks to the integration of landmine/unexploded ordnance clearance activities with development activities.

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UNPoA conference marks a critical moment for disarmament issues

Posted: 24th August 2012

Global attempts to reduce the life-threatening risk of small arms and light weapons proliferation will come under the spotlight next week, as the United Nations PoA conference gets underway in New York.

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D.R. CONGO: UN funding combats threat of unplanned explosions and weapons leakage

Posted: 17th August 2012

MAG has begun a project to construct a safe storage area for 400 tonnes of Congolese military ammunition, to combat the twin threat of deadly explosions and weapons proliferation.

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D.R. CONGO: Partnership with the British Ministry of Defence to secure weapons

Posted: 10th August 2012

The UKs Ministry of Defence is funding a project to reduce the life-threatening risk of small arms and light weapons proliferation in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

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Timeline: Twenty years of MAG in Iraq

Posted: 2nd August 2012

From clearance following the Gulf War in the early nineties to emergency response and beyond... This year marks two incredible decades of the Iraq programme.

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BRAZZAVILLE EMERGENCY RESPONSE: Fighting an ongoing threat

Posted: 1st August 2012

MAG continues to help the people of Brazzaville rebuild their lives, following the devastating series of explosions at a munitions depot in March 2012.

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LIBYA: Helping Libyans safely cast their ballots

Posted: 9th July 2012

Ahead of last weekend's historic parliamentary elections, MAG cleared a number of explosive items from the grounds of a school being used as a polling station in Zintan.

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VIETNAM: Evidence of UXO in Quang Nam

Posted: 3rd July 2012

Early survey results in Quang Nam show evidence of unexploded ordnance contamination in the province.

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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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