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LEBANON: Partners in Progress and Life (2005)

Posted: 4th October 2005

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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LAOS: Dogs Sniff Out Bombs

Posted: 4th October 2005

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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LAOS: Bombs and Elephants (November 2004)

Posted: 4th October 2005

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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LAO PDR: Bombs and relics

Posted: 4th October 2005

What are the mysterious urns on the Plain of Jars in Laos' Xieng Khouang province? What were they for? Why did people thousands of years ago hack and carve these arresting shapes and transport them here from stone quarries at least eight kilometres away?

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IRAQ: Dozens of children killed by mines and unexploded bombs every day

Posted: 3rd October 2005

Fifty-two killed and 63 injured by landmines and unexploded ordnance: these are the devastating statistics in just one week coming from the main hospital in Kirkuk, northern Iraq.

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IRAQ: What MAG Can Achieve (June 2003)

Posted: 3rd October 2005

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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IRAQ: MAG achievements

Posted: 3rd October 2005

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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IRAQ: Twins Injured

Posted: 3rd October 2005

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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IRAQ: Qadir Karam

Posted: 3rd October 2005

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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IRAQ: A village reborn

Posted: 3rd October 2005

MAG is a UK registered charity that works in many conflict-affected countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Training local people to clear landmines, booby-traps and unexploded bombs. MAG works to reduce the risks of living in a dangerous environment through a combination of mine clearance and mine awareness education.

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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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