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Surviving the Peace: Remnants of War

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Part two: the stories of landmine and unexploded ordnance accident survivors. (1989-2006)

Surviving the Peace: Saving lives

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Part three: looking at how MAG saves lives and builds futures in conflict-affected communities. (1994-2006)

Angola: Journey through change

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A selection of photos from the book, available on Amazon: (1995-2004)

Fall of Kirkuk and Mosul

A tank near Kirkuk

MAG remained operational during the 2003 conflict in Iraq. You may find these images disturbing. (2003)

Lao PDR: Living with the bomb

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Two million tons of ordnance was dropped on Laos between 1964 and 1973. (2004-2006)

Destroying SALW in South Sudan

Small Arms and Light Weapons team, South Sudan

On the road in South Sudan with MAG's Small Arms and Light Weapons Team.

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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