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Syrien wirft Streubomben ab

(22.12.2012)

Die syrische Regierung setzt nach einem Bericht der New York Times im Kampf gegen die Aufständischen international geächtete Streubomben in Wohngebieten ein. weiterlesen >>>


Was ist das Verfallsdatum einer Landmine?

(20.12.2012)

Colin King forscht seit Jahrzehnten zu Landminen und ist Autor zahlreicher Fachbücher und Fachzeitschriften über Landminen und exploisve Sprengkörper. Darunter ist das Jane’s Mines and EOD Operational Guidebook. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Erfolgreiche Minenräumung in Mosambik

(19.12.2012)

Die belgisch-tansanische Organisation Apopo hat sich darauf spezialisiert, Ratten zur Minensuche auszubilden. Damit konnte jetzt eine Provinz in Mosambik von allen Landminen aus dem Bürgerkrieg von vor 20 Jahren befreit werden. weiterlesen >>>


Afghanistan: Zehn Mädchen sterben beim Brennholzsammeln

(17.12.2012)

Tragödie in der afghanischen Provinz Nanagahar: Eine Landmine, die noch aus den Zeiten des sowjetischen Feldzugs in den 80er Jahren stammt, hat zehn Mädchen getötet. weiterlesen >>>


Produktion von Streumunition: Lockheed Martin

(13.12.2012)

Lockheed Martin ist Produzent von Streumunition. Dies wird durch Regierungsaufträge und laufende vertragliche Pflichten bestätigt, bis 2013 Streumunition bereitzustellen. weiterlesen >>>


Kanada: Liberale kritisieren Ratifizierungsgesetz über das Verbot von Streubomben

(06.12.2012)

Das kanadische Parlament solle Änderungen durchsetzen, fordert ein liberaler Senator. Der umstirttene Gesetzesentwurf sieht vor, dass kanadische Soldaten an Operationen beteiligt sein dürfen, in denen alliierte Kräfte Streubomben einsetzen. weiterlesen >>>


Friedensnobelpreisträgerin Jody Williams fordert die USA auf, Antipersonenminen zu verbieten

(03.12.2012)

Jody Williams hofft, Präsident Obama werde dem faktischen Stopp der Produktion und des Einsatz von Antipersonenminen in und durch die USA auch Taten folgen lassen. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Zahlreiche Kinder von Streubomben in Syrien getötet

(29.11.2012)

Syrische Kampfflugzeuge haben nach einem Bericht der Menschenrechtsorganisation Human Rights Watch (HRW) nahe der Hauptstadt Damaskus international geächtete Streubomben eingesetzt und dabei mindestens elf Kinder getötet. weiterlesen >>>


Bicycle bomb injures 11 in Quetta

(21.12.2006)

A bomb attached to a bicycle exploded outside a police station in the south-western Pakistani city of Quetta yesterday, injuring 11 people, two seriously, police said.  weiterlesen >>>


Pakistani tribal leader dies in Baluchistan blast

(21.12.2006)

A pro-government tribal leader was killed on Tuesday in a blast in Pakistan's gas-rich Baluchistan province where militants are fighting for a greater share of profits from gas resources, a security official said. weiterlesen >>>


Deutsche Tornados für das "Endspiel" in Afghanistan?

(21.12.2006)

Am Donnerstag hat der Verteidigungsminister den Tagesbefehl zum Jahresende ausgegeben. Franz Josef Jung (CDU) dankte den Soldaten (und ihren Angehörigen) für ihren Einsatz und stellte fest, es gehe "ein ereignisreiches Jahr seinem Ende entgegen". Daß das kommende Jahr für die Bundeswehr weniger ereignisreich zu werden verspreche, steht allerdings nicht zu erwarten. weiterlesen >>>


Waffenarsenal im Kosovo ausgehoben

(21.12.2006)

Pristina. DPA/baz. Die Polizei in der abtrünnigen südserbischen Provinz Kosovo hat ein illegales Waffenlager ausgehoben. weiterlesen >>>


Abu Khaled - am Feierabend in den Heiligen Krieg

(20.12.2006)

Er ist 23, studiert, arbeitet tagsüber für die palästinensischen Sicherheitskräfte der Fatah - und wird nachts zum Heiligen Krieger der Hamas. Ein Treffen mit Abu Khaled, der ein Doppelleben zwischen allen Fronten führt und notfalls sogar seine Freunde töten würde. weiterlesen >>>


What We Leave Behind

(19.12.2006)

From Kosovo to Lebanon, cluster bomb casualties continue to mount  weiterlesen >>>


UN and Aid Agencies Appeal for $19 Million to Combat Landmines (Democratic Republic of Congo)

(19.12.2006)

The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), United Nations officials and aid agencies have renewed an appeal for the remaining $19 million needed to help fund next year's effort to rid the country of deadly landmines left over from the bloody six-year civil war, which kill innocent people and prevent whole areas of land from being developed.  weiterlesen >>>


Oil-rich Angola looks to revitalise farming sector (ANGOLA)

(19.12.2006)

Angola, whose once buoyant agriculture sector was devastated by a 27-year civil war, is looking to revive farming production with a major programme of government spending and private investment.  weiterlesen >>>


1 NATO soldier killed, 2 wounded in eastern Afghanistan blast (AFGHANISTAN)

(19.12.2006)

A roadside blast killed one NATO soldier and wounded two others in eastern Afghanistan, a statement from the alliance said Saturday.  weiterlesen >>>


Scavenging for explosives: Afghans dig for rockets that make their way to Taliban (AFGHANISTAN)

(19.12.2006)

Said Mohd is a 12-year-old Kuchi, an Afghan nomad. He recently walked hundreds of kilometres to this windswept, pockmarked field, just east of Kandahar.  weiterlesen >>>


Supports RI's Move to Ratify Ottawa Convention (INDONESIA)

(19.12.2006)

The Canadian government supports Indonesia's move to ratify the Ottawa Landmines Convention on the Mine Ban Treaty, the Canadian ambassador to Indonesia said here Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmines spotted in Jhargram (INDIA)

(19.12.2006)

Two landmines planted by the Maoists, one each at Narayanpur in Binpur and Betkundri on State Highway No. 9 in Jhargram police station areas of Midnapore West were detected this morning. weiterlesen >>>


Funding delays hamper mine-clearance efforts in Tajikistan (TAJIKISTAN)

(19.12.2006)

As Tajikistan approaches the 10th anniversary of the end of its civil war, the countryside remains strewn with landmines. Some experts believe that this small Central Asian state can handle its landmine problem relatively quickly, provided sufficient international support.  weiterlesen >>>


Mozambique Still Needs Assistance in De-mining (MOZAMBIQUE)

(19.12.2006)

The Mozambican government will continue to need the support of its international partners if it is to eliminate the threat posed by anti-personnel mines, and meet the targets for land mine eradication set by the Ottawa Treaty of which Mozambique is a signatory.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine explosion kills two in Western Sahara (MOROCCO)

(19.12.2006)

Two people were killed and four others injured when their vehicle detonated an anti-personnel mine in Western Sahara. weiterlesen >>>


Lebanese soldier killed in landmine explosion (LEBANON)

(19.12.2006)

A Lebanese army sergeant was killed and three soldiers were wounded in a landmine explosion in south Lebanon, the National News Agency reported Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


World shuts eyes to junta's ethnic cleansing (KAREN STATE, MYANMAR)

(19.12.2006)

First they killed his neighbours, shooting them as they were gathering the rice harvest. Then they set fire to Saw Tah Wah's village. Finally the Myanmese Army soldiers planted landmines around the burned homes to maim anybody daring to return.  weiterlesen >>>


Two Afghan soldiers wounded in mine blast in east (AFGHANISTAN)

(19.12.2006)

Two soldiers of the Afghan National Army (ANA) were wounded in a landmine blast in Khogiani District of the eastern Nangarhar Province.  weiterlesen >>>


Court faults Turkey for lack of safety in mine explosion (TURKEY)

(19.12.2006)

The European Court of Human Rights criticized Turkey for violating the right to life of a nine-year-old boy, wounded when an anti-personnel mine exploded as he tended his sheep.  weiterlesen >>>


Mine clearance soon to begin in southern Senegal (SENEGAL)

(19.12.2006)

The military in Senegal will start demining the southern Casamance region during the second half of December with the help of Moroccan experts, Agence de presse Senegalaise (APS) said Tuesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Kuwait Times (KUWAIT)

(19.12.2006)

Landmine cleared: A man reported to police that he found a landmine in the Subiya area. weiterlesen >>>


Jordan receives USD 164,941 grant from Japan (JORDAN)

(19.12.2006)

The Japanese government last Thursday announced the financial grant of USD 164,941 to Jordan's government. weiterlesen >>>


Arms dump unearthed in Ibrahimpatnam (INDIA)

(19.12.2006)

The Cyberabad police on Tuesday unearthed an arms dump belonging to CPI (Maoist) in a forest area at Chittapur village in Ibrahimpatnam, which is 30 km away from the State capital.  weiterlesen >>>


Turkish soldier killed in mine blast blamed on Kurdish rebels (TURKEY)

(19.12.2006)

A Turkish soldier was killed and 11 others were injured in a landmine explosion in southeast Turkey blamed on the separatist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK), local security sources said Saturday.  weiterlesen >>>


Thailand: Japanese Government provides assistance for a landmine clearance project (THAILAND)

(19.12.2006)

The official ceremony on the completion of the project the Demining Project for the Kao Phra Vihan Area Development on the Thai/Cambodian Border, Phase 2, under Grant Assistance for Japanese NGO Projects, coordinated by the Japan Alliance for Humanitarian Demining Support (JAHDS), took place in Kao Phra Vihan National Park of Si Sa Ket Province on November 27, 2006. weiterlesen >>>


Saving Lives And Limbs With a Weed (DENMARK)

(19.12.2006)

On scrubby flatland outside Copenhagen Airport, Jarne Elleholm and Carsten Meier are watching green foliage turn red. weiterlesen >>>


Belarus Fulfills the Ottawa Convention on Destruction of TNT-Filled Anti-Personnel Mines (BELARUS)

(19.12.2006)

An inspection group of the NATO agency for technical provision and supply is currently working in the armed forces of Belarus. weiterlesen >>>


Years After War in Kosovo, Land Mines Scar Albania (ALBANIA)

(19.12.2006)

Seven years after the Kosovo conflict ended, NATO bombs continued to explode this fall in the mountains of northern Albania.  weiterlesen >>>


Oil tanker torched, mines recovered (AFGHANISTAN)

(19.12.2006)

A fuel tanker, supplying oil to the NATO forces, was set on fire in the Said Abad district of the central Maidan Wardak province Sunday morning.  weiterlesen >>>


Two Afghan interpreters killed in Uruzgan (AFGHANISTAN)

(19.12.2006)

Two Afghan interpreters, working with the NATO troops, were killed in a landmine blast in the southern Uruzgan province.  weiterlesen >>>


Land mine explosion kills 2, wounds 4 in Western Sahara, rights group says (Morocco)

(19.12.2006)

Two people were killed and four others injured when their vehicle detonated an anti-personnel mine in Western Sahara, a human rights group said Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


Maoist arms dumps unearthed in Andhra Pradesh (INDIA)

(19.12.2006)

Police seize rockets, landmines and claymore mines  weiterlesen >>>


Wartime landmine kills woman in Bosnia (BOSNIA)

(19.12.2006)

A 74-year-old woman was killed Thursday after a landmine left from Bosnia's 1992-1995 war exploded while she was minding her sheep near the southern city of Mostar, police said.  weiterlesen >>>


Albania: The "surprise" mine explodes hitting Beluli Brothers (ALBANIA)

(19.12.2006)

It all happened in the mountains while children were playing. Two youngsters, brothers from the village Belen, a border village, in Kukes are wounded in the mountain while playing. weiterlesen >>>


Kameratechnik besser als menschliches Auge

(19.12.2006)

Britische Forscher haben eine Kamera entwickelt, die feinste Farbunterschiede deutlich besser registriert als das menschliche Auge. weiterlesen >>>


Toter und Verletzte bei Explosion von Landmine im Libanon

(19.12.2006)

Beirut. AP/baz. Bei der Explosion einer Landmine aus dem Krieg zwischen Israel und der Hizbollah ist am Dienstagabend im Südlibanon ein Mann getötet worden. Zwei weitere Menschen wurden verletzt, wie die amtliche Nachrichtenagentur NNA berichtete.  weiterlesen >>>


Westfalenpost: Verlogene Diskussion. Der deutsche Kriegswaffen-Export

(18.12.2006)

Kaum eine Diskussion ist verlogener und wird auf Seiten der Befürworter mit ähnlich rabulistischen Argumenten geführt als die um den deutschen Kriegswaffen- und Rüstungsexport.  weiterlesen >>>


Riechende Roboter spüren Landminen auf

(18.12.2006)

Neuartige Generation von Sensoren weiterlesen >>>


Deutschlands vergessene Soldaten

(17.12.2006)

64 deutsche Soldaten starben bisher bei Auslandseinsätzen der Bundeswehr, bei Unfällen, Minenexplosionen oder Sprengstoffattentaten. Mehr als 9000 wurden verletzt, manche sehr schwer. Häufig kehren Soldaten traumatisiert aus dem Einsatz zurück und finden sich im Leben nicht mehr zurecht weiterlesen >>>


Nächste Operationen finanziell gesichert

(17.12.2006)

Dicker Spendenscheck für Aktion Augenlicht  weiterlesen >>>


Wolfgang Petritsch erhält "Europäischen Menschenrechtspreis"

(16.12.2006)

Von der Stiftung "Pro Europa" - Würdigung für Arbeit in Bosnien-Herzegowina und für Engagement für Landminen-Verbot weiterlesen >>>


AG Sicherheitsfragen. Modernisierung der Bundeswehr wird fortgesetzt

(13.12.2006)

Zu den Beratungen des Beschaffungsvorhaben von gepanzerten Transportkraftfahrzeugen BOXER und der Kampfwertanpassung des Waffensystems PATRIOT erklaeren der verteidigungspolitische Sprecher der SPD-Bundestagsfraktion, Rainer Arnold, sein Stellvertreter Hans-Peter Bartels, und der Berichterstatter fuer Heeresausruestung, Gerd Hoefer: weiterlesen >>>


Mehr Dingos für Afghanistan-Korps

(12.12.2006)

Berlin. Die Bundeswehr kauft zusätzliche gepanzerte Patrouillenfahrzeuge vom Typ Dingo 2 für den Afghanistan-Einsatz.  weiterlesen >>>


Hilfe für Kinder in Not

(12.12.2006)

60 Jahre Unicef: Prominente halfen, Weihnachtskarten zu verkaufen weiterlesen >>>


Minenopfer

(12.12.2006)

Türkei muss zahlen weiterlesen >>>


Anschläge militanter Kurden auf Armee nehmen wieder zu

(09.12.2006)

Zwei Soldaten getötet und mehrere verletzt weiterlesen >>>


Anschläge militanter Kurden auf Armee nehmen wieder zu

(09.12.2006)

Zwei Soldaten getötet und mehrere verletzt weiterlesen >>>


Streubomben und Landminen

(08.12.2006)

Israel: Armee eliminiert ihre schwarzen Schafe weiterlesen >>>


Schweiz hilft Südlibanon zurück in den Alltag

(08.12.2006)

Auf dem Feld ist der Krieg Israels gegen die libanesische Hisbollah beendet, doch die Menschen leiden noch heute unter den Zerstörungen. Die Schweiz hilft ihnen bei der Rückkehr in den Alltag. weiterlesen >>>


Two boys killed in landmine explosion in southeastern Turkey (TURKEY)

(07.12.2006)

Two boys were killed in a landmine explosion in Turkey's southeastern province of Sirnak on Saturday, local media reported weiterlesen >>>


Explosions in North Korea heard in South (SOUTH KOREA)

(07.12.2006)

Explosions were heard in North Korea by people in the South on Monday, but South Korean military officials said they were likely caused by construction or regular military drills.  weiterlesen >>>


Nepali Army starts process of clearing landmines (NEPAL)

(07.12.2006)

Nepali Army (NA) has initiated the process of clearing landmines it had planted to deter the combatants of the Communist Party of Nepal (CPN) (formerly known as guerrilla) during the 11-years conflict, The Kathmandu Post daily reported.  weiterlesen >>>


A deadly harvest: Ten years ago, Canada championed an anti-landmine treaty. Today, as the campaign struggles and mines continue to kill and maim, Canada 'is missing in action' (MOZAMBIQUE)

(07.12.2006)

The rats are the size of small dogs and can sniff out a landmine in a tenth of the time it takes a human armed with a metal detector.  weiterlesen >>>


Annan finds 13 incidents of illicit arms in Lebanon (LEBANON)

(07.12.2006)

The United Nations has documented 13 incidents of illegal weapons in southern Lebanon since early September, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said on Friday, calling Beirut's border monitoring deficient.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine blast kills 14 cops (INDIA)

(07.12.2006)

A total of 14 police personnel belonging to the Special Task Force (STF) of the Jharkhand Armed Police (JAP) were killed today after suspected Maoist extremists triggered a landmine and blasted off the vehicle carrying the police personnel.  weiterlesen >>>


Hizbullah rejects human-shield accusations- Resistance says israel trying to cover up failures, atrocities

(07.12.2006)

Hizbullah on Tuesday dimissed a report by an Israeli think tank with strong ties to the military accusing the resistance of using civilians as human shields during the July-August war. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine blast wounds SA man

(07.12.2006)

Asmara - Two UN-contracted deminers were seriously injured in a landmine blast in the demilitarised buffer zone along the tense Ethiopian-Eritrean border, said the United Nations (UN) on Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Afghan suicide bomb wounds two Canadians

(07.12.2006)

A roadside suicide bomber targeted a Canadian convoy in Kandahar city on Tuesday, leaving behind a smoking crater, scattered wreckage and two Canadian soldiers with minor wounds.  weiterlesen >>>


SÜDKOREA/UNTERNEHMEN

(07.12.2006)

Oslo entzieht Kapital aufgrund ethischer Bedenken weiterlesen >>>


Libanon: Toter durch Streubombe

(07.12.2006)

BEIRUT (inn) - Bei der Explosion einer israelischen Streubombe ist am Dienstag ein libanesischer Bauarbeiter ums Leben gekommen. Ein Kollege wurde verwundet. weiterlesen >>>


UN relief chief sees "beginning of the end" for cluster bombs (UNITED

(05.12.2006)

United Nations emergency relief coordinator Jan Egeland said on Wednesday that the use of cluster munitions was facing "the beginning of the end," adding he was pleased by the debate sparked in Israel over their use in this summer's war against Lebanon.  weiterlesen >>>


Thailand: Gen Sonthi to meet with southern teachers over security issue

(05.12.2006)

Army chief Gen Sonthi Boonyaratkalin, teachers' representatives and the Southern Border Provinces Administration Centre will meet on November 29 to seek solutions to the problems faced by teachers in the deep South who have cancelled classes out of fear for their safety. weiterlesen >>>


Sri Lanka President's brother escapes bomb blast (SRI LANKA)

(05.12.2006)

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse's brother Gothabaya, who is also the island's defence secretary, narrowly escaped a suspected suicide bomb attack in the island's capital on Friday, officials said.  weiterlesen >>>


Islamists blow up Ethiopian truck in Somalia-residents (SOMALIA)

(05.12.2006)

Somali Islamists blew up an Ethiopian army truck with a landmine, killing several soldiers travelling from the town of Baidoa to a military camp nearby, residents said on Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


The deadly minefield of Deir Mimas; British deminers tell harrowing tale of encounter with newly laid Israeli weapons (ISRAEL/LEBANON)

(05.12.2006)

The village of Deir Mimas, with its 600-year-old graveyard, sits along a breathtaking ridge strewn with ancient olive groves located a few kilometers from the Israeli border.  weiterlesen >>>


Norway donates 800,000 euros for demining (CROATIA)

(05.12.2006)

Norwegian Ambassador Elisabeth Walaas said at the Croatian Mine Action Centre (HCR) in Sisak on Thursday her government had decided to donate 800,000 euros for the expansion of the Cromac Scan Centar III digital database.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmines Imperil Colombians; Country Has Led the World in Casualties in

(05.12.2006)

Javier Pallares paints blooming flowers, gleaming apples and horses that gallop across the kind of fields where he once worked as a ranch hand.  weiterlesen >>>


Armed Forces Destroy Explosive Devices (ANGOLA)

(05.12.2006)

Another tonne of explosive devices were destroyed on Wednesday in the outskirts of Luena city, eastern Moxico province, by the engineering brigade of the Third Military Region Command, ANGOP learnt at the region.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine recovered in Kabul (AFGHANISTAN)

(05.12.2006)

Coalition forces recovered a roadside land-mine, just ten kilometers east of the Kabul city, later this afternoon, officials said on Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


Israel-Lebanon: Accident reveals newly laid Israeli mines, UN says

(05.12.2006)

The Israeli army sowed landmines in south Lebanon during its summer conflict with Hezbollah in Lebanon, the United Nations said on 25 November.  weiterlesen >>>


Ban cluster bombs in civilian areas

(05.12.2006)

In 2005, three young Cambodian boys were playing near their village when they found four small steel objects that they picked up and used to play an impromptu game of marbles. weiterlesen >>>


The Middle Scenario

(05.12.2006)

Strategic people like to do scenarios, projections of their expectations. To avoid criticism, they do best, middle, and worst scenarios. I'm going to do only the middle. On analysis, you may wonder what a best or worst scenario may be. (Best: W. descends to join Nixon on the left hand of the devil. Worst: W. ascends to join Ronnie Raygun on the right hand of gawd.)  weiterlesen >>>


UN secretary general's update to the Security Council on Resolution 1701 Both sides are cooperating -with exceptions

(05.12.2006)

Report I have the honor to submit a factual update on the implementation of Security Council Resolution 1701 (2006) (S/2006/270), in particular on UNIFIL's operations and other relevant UN activities. In doing so, I have noted and welcome the continuing commitment of the Government of Lebanon and the Government of Israel to all aspects of the implementation of [1701]. weiterlesen >>>


Yearender: Major terrorist attacks in Year 2006

(05.12.2006)

Year 2006 has witnessed a large wave of terrorist attacks around the world. The following is a list of some most fatal attacks:  weiterlesen >>>


Maoist rebels kill 16 policemen in eastern India

(05.12.2006)

Suspected Maoist rebels set off a land mine, killing 16 police in eastern India on Saturday, police said. weiterlesen >>>


Sri Lanka: The Tigers' Escalated Targeting

(05.12.2006)

Gotabhaya Rajapakse, the Sri Lankan defense secretary and the brother of President Mahinda Rajapakse, escaped unharmed Dec. 1 after a suicide bomber rammed the secretary's convoy with an auto-rickshaw and detonated a large claymore mine.  weiterlesen >>>


Communist landmine kills 4 troops in Philippines

(05.12.2006)

At least four Philippine soldiers were killed and three were wounded when communist rebels detonated a landmine on the troubled southern island of Mindanao, said an army general on Friday. weiterlesen >>>


Anschlag fordert 16 Todesopfer

(02.12.2006)

Opfer bislang alle Polizisten - Drahtzieher sollen maoistische Rebellen sein weiterlesen >>>


Casualties from landmines evidence Israel''s mines'' laying

(30.11.2006)

MIL-MINES-LEBANON Casualties from landmines evidence Israel's mines' laying weiterlesen >>>


UN cites Israeli use of antipersonnel mines in south Lebanon: First evidence of mine-laying; four injured in three incidents

(30.11.2006)

The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) expresses grave concern over reports from the United Nations that Israeli armed forces used antipersonnel mines during the recent conflict in Lebanon.  weiterlesen >>>


Iran War Games Aimed to Warn U.S. Allies Against Backing Attack

(30.11.2006)

Iran's 10-day war games this month were aimed at intimidating U.S. allies in the region and dissuading them from cooperating in a potential strike against the Tehran government, American military officials and analysts have concluded.  weiterlesen >>>


Digger D:2 gets the all:clear for Sudan mission

(30.11.2006)

A humanitarian organisation based in northwestern Switzerland has received the go:ahead for its new demining vehicle to start working in Sudan. weiterlesen >>>


One Step Beyond" / "Hardcore & Censored" / "Spots"

(30.11.2006)

Lukas Einsele: "One Step Beyond" weiterlesen >>>


David Bowie & Co. versteigern Schuhe für guten Zweck

(30.11.2006)

LONDON - Stars wie David Bowie, Ringo Starr, Chris Martin und Phil Collins beteiligen sich an einer Benefiz-Auktion. weiterlesen >>>


Präventives Bemühen um Versöhnung

(30.11.2006)

Attac zeigt im Erdgeschoss der Stadtbücherei die Ausstellung "Mut zum Frieden"  weiterlesen >>>


Der Tod lauert auf dem Boden

(29.11.2006)

Im Krieg zwischen der Hisbollah und Israel setzten die israelischen Streitkräfte in Südlibanon auch Streubomben ein. Blindgänger sind für die ansässige Bevölkerung eine tödliche Bedrohung. Jetzt sind Hunderte Minenräumer im Einsatz, doch ihre gefährliche Arbeit braucht Zeit. weiterlesen >>>


Auch Hisbollah setzte Streubomben ein

(29.11.2006)

Der Krieg in Südlibanon hat die Problematik der Streubomben erneut in die öffentliche Aufmerksamkeit gerückt. In diesem Krieg hat laut einem Bericht der Menschenrechtsorganisation Human Rights Watch nicht nur Israel, sondern auch die Hisbollah Streubomben eingesetzt.  weiterlesen >>>


De-mining operations begin in Tierra del Fuego

(28.11.2006)

Chile begun last Friday de-mining operations in a strategic area of Tierra del Fuego, the first chapter of a project to free the area from the 130.000 antipersonnel and anti tank mines dating back thirty years in the peak of tension with Argentina.  weiterlesen >>>


Three injured in Dera Bugti blast

(28.11.2006)

A powerful landmine exploded in Dera Bugti late on Monday, seriously injuring three people, belonging to the Bugti tribe. The landmine, according to official sources, was planted near the main gate of the house of Wadera Saeed Khan Masoori Bugti. It went off when a vehicle of his elder brother hit it. weiterlesen >>>


UN unveils evidence of new crop of Israeli land mines in South

(28.11.2006)

Ordnance has wounded de-miners in past few days weiterlesen >>>


Convention on Conventional Weapons

(28.11.2006)

The third review conference of the 1980 Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons or "convention on inhumane weapons" was held in Geneva from November 6 to 17, 2006 under French presidency.  weiterlesen >>>


Two more Canadian troops killed by suicide bomber in Kandahar

(28.11.2006)

The Canadian death toll in Afghanistan climbed by two Monday after a suicide car bomber attacked a convoy of troops on the outskirts of Kandahar city, said Canadian Brig. Gen. Timothy Grant. weiterlesen >>>


IDF officials: Mines in Lebanon could have been laid by Syria, Hezbollah

(28.11.2006)

Israel Defense Forces officials expressed skepticism that mines discovered in Lebanon were laid by Israel. A United Nations agency reported Saturday that the IDF laid mines in Lebanon during this summer's war with Hezbollah. weiterlesen >>>


Islamic Jihad military wing develops new "explosive devices" to attack Israel (PALESTINE)

(28.11.2006)

Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, announced that it developed its military capabilities and that its engineering unit was able to make new explosive devices with high effect for confronting the Israeli occupation.  weiterlesen >>>


U.N. Group: Israel Laid Mines in Lebanon (LEBANON)

(28.11.2006)

A U.N. agency said Saturday that Israel laid mines in Lebanon during this summer's war between the Jewish state and the Lebanon-based Hezbollah group -- the first time Israel has been accused of planting mines during the latest fighting. weiterlesen >>>


ANA vehicle damaged in landmine explosion (AFGHANISTAN)

(28.11.2006)

A blast occurred in Kabul when a vehicle of the Afghan National Army (ANA) hit a landmine in Bagh-i-Bala area of this central capital, but caused no casualties, official said Saturday.  weiterlesen >>>


UN says Israel planted landmines in Lebanon as four wounded (LEBANON)

(28.11.2006)

Four members of an international demining team have been wounded in an Israeli-laid minefield in south Lebanon, a UN spokeswoman said Saturday, adding it was the first evidence of use by the Jewish state of anti-personnel mines in the summer conflict.  weiterlesen >>>


Human rights abuses in Iran 'ignored' (IRAN)

(28.11.2006)

Nobel prizewinner Shirin Ebadi says the international community's focus on Iran's nuclear programme means it has forgotten charges of torture  weiterlesen >>>


Home-made explosives get special taskforce focus - DEFENCE: Special Report (AUSTRALIA)

(28.11.2006)

Improvised explosive devices (IEDs) are among the greatest threats to troops in the Middle East and Afghanistan. Over the past two years in Iraq an average of 33 US soldiers have been killed each month by IEDs. Despite many attacks, Australian soldiers have avoided fatalities.  weiterlesen >>>


U.N. group: Israel laid mines in Lebanon

(28.11.2006)

A U.N. agency said Saturday that Israel laid mines in Lebanon during this summer's war between the Jewish state and the Lebanon-based Hezbollah group - the first time Israel has been accused of planting mines during the latest fighting. weiterlesen >>>


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