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Survivor recalls how abandoned mortar killed two pals - Vancouver Sun

19/06/2013

Survivor recalls how abandoned mortar killed two pals Vancouver Sun Over 200 sites across B.C. and an additional 58 in waters off the coast have been identified by the Department of National Defence's Unexploded Explosive Ordnance (UXO) and Legacy Sites program, which was created in 2005 to educate the public and ...

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Land Mine Kills Child In Bosnia - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

17/06/2013

RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Land Mine Kills Child In Bosnia RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty June 17, 2013. A ten-year-old boy has been killed and four other children seriously injured after they accidentally set off a land mine while playing in Bosnia. The explosion, which police are investigating, happened on June 16 in Hadzici, a suburb of ... Bosnia teens set off land mine while playingInquirer.net all 3 news articles »

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INAD hands over landmine-free field in Cusse - AngolaPress

12/06/2013

INAD hands over landmine-free field in Cusse AngolaPress 6/12/13 5:24 PM Lubango INAD hands over landmine-free field in Cusse. Lubango � The National Demining Institute (INAD) announced that it will deliver Thursday a fully mine cleared field to the Government of the southern Huila province. The 377,256 m2 ...

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Libyan Anti-Aircraft Missiles, Now Apparently in Al-Qaeda Hands - National Review Online (blog)

12/06/2013

Montreal Gazette
Libyan Anti-Aircraft Missiles, Now Apparently in Al-Qaeda Hands National Review Online (blog) And it confirms that the al-Qaida cell is actively training its fighters to use these weapons, also called man-portable air-defense systems, or MANPADS, which likely came from the arms depots of ex-Libyan strongman Col. Moammar Gadhafi. Note that while ... Manual left behind in Mali suggests al-Qaida training to use feared surface-to ...570 News all 338 news articles »

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5 million landmines pose threat to civilians' lives in Amara - Aswat Al Iraq

12/06/2013

5 million landmines pose threat to civilians' lives in Amara Aswat Al Iraq MISSAN / Aswat al-Iraq: Five million landmines from the Iraqi-Iranian war have not been removed so far as demands are growing on the central government to end this lurking danger that claimed the lives of nearly 6,000 people, according to a local ...

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