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Turning deadly legacies into safe futures

Posted: 3rd January 2008

Remnants of conflict such as landmines, explosive ordnance, malfunctioning and abandoned weapons deny access to key community assets such as land, water, and infrastructure, and restrict the modus operandi of government and relief and development agencies.

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MAG's Chief Executive awarded high British Honour

Posted: 21st December 2007

MAG is delighted by the news that Lou McGrath has been appointed as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE).

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VIETNAM: 100,000 items of UXO removed

Posted: 18th December 2007

More than 100,000 landmines and items of unexploded ordnance have been removed from two provinces in Vietnam by MAG since the organisation started humanitarian mine action in the country in 1999.

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LAO PDR: MAG Lao hits for six

Posted: 17th December 2007

MAG recently hosted an information evening in Lao PDR, based around the theme ‚??Six things you might not know about MAG Lao‚??.

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MAG in the media: Vientiane Times

Posted: 17th December 2007

MAG Lao's informal gathering last week for those working in the field of unexploded ordnance was based around the theme ‚??Six things you might not know about MAG Lao‚?Ě.

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LEBANON: Tackling the lethal legacy of conflict

Posted: 14th December 2007

Nearly 18 months after the 2006 war in Lebanon began, journalist Billy Briggs visited the country to see for himself the work MAG is doing to overcome its lethal legacy.

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MAG in the media: The Sentinel

Posted: 30th November 2007

30 November 07

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MAG features at exhibition in German parliament

Posted: 29th November 2007

Numerous pictures highlighting the work of MAG in various countries are part of the ‚??explosive legacy of war‚?? exhibition on display at the German parliament in Berlin.

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Posted: 21st November 2007

MAG in southern Sudan - diary, day seven.

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Posted: 21st November 2007

MAG in southern Sudan - diary, day six.

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About MAG

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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