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Sri Lanka: Healing the wounds

northern Sri Lanka

Enabling people to return home and rebuild their lives following the conflict (January 2011).

Sri Lanka: Female demining team

MAG Sri Lanka deminer

The members of an all-female Mine Action Team tell their stories. (January 2011)

Libya: Conflict response

MAG in Libya

Documenting MAG's work to reduce the threat to civilians from unexploded ordnance. (June 2011)

Vietnam: How MAG works

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Helping communities affected by unexploded ordnance in Quang Binh and Quang Tri provinces. (2010)

D.R. Congo: Road to recovery

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Clearing landmines and unexploded ordnance, destroying stockpiles and educating communities. (2009)

Worldwide scourge of cluster bombs

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The problems caused by cluster bombs and the solutions provided by MAG. (1995-2009)

Journey through Africa's dark heart

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Reportage on MAG in Katanga and Equateur provinces in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Mines and cluster bombs in Lebanon

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An estimated four million cluster submunitions were dropped on southern Lebanon in 2006. (2008)

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