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Kanada: Handicap International fordert, den Gesetzentwurf über das Verbot von Streubomben zu verbessern

(24.09.2012)

Am 29. September 2012 organisiert Handicap International den Bau einer Schuhpyramide. Die Bürgerinnen und Bürger sind eingeladen, die kanadische Regierung aufzufordern, ein verbessertes Verbot von Streubomben zu beschließen. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Bosnien-Herzegowina – 20 Jahre nach Kriegsbeginn

(19.09.2012)

Ein Mann, der im Krieg von einer Mine verletzt wurde, ist heute der erfolgreichste paralympische Wintersportler des Landes. weiterlesen >>>


Kolumbien: Zivilisten durch Landminen verletzt und getötet

(15.09.2012)

Die kolumbianische Kampagne für das Verbot von Landminen registriert im Zeitraum 20. August bis 6. September 2012 fünf Vorfälle, in denen Zivilisten beim Verrichten täglicher Aufgaben Opfer von Landminen werden. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


US-Streubomben in Deutschland?

(14.09.2012)

120 Staaten haben sich in Oslo über die Umsetzung des Vertrags über ein Verbot von Streubomben ausgetauscht. Die deutsche Regierung wurde mit Vorwürfen konfrontiert, dass sie die Lagerung oder den Transport amerikanischer Streubomben in Deutschland zulasse. weiterlesen >>>


Serbien: Minenräumer durch Streubombe getötet

(14.09.2012)

In den Kopaonik-Bergen nahe der Grenze zum Kosovo ist laut Polizeiangaben ein Minenräumer durch eine Streubombe aus dem bewaffneten Konflikt 1999 getötet worden. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Sport: Teilnehmer der Paralympics sind auch Landminenüberlebende

(12.09.2012)

Aus Afghanistan, Bosnien-Herzegowina, Demokratische Republik Kongo und Türkei stammen vier Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer der Paralympics 2012, die einen Landminenunfall überlebten. Einer gewann Gold. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Treffen der Vertragsstaaten zum Verbot von Streubomben in Oslo

(11.09.2012)

Mehr als 100 Regierungen treffen sich vom 11. bis 14. September 2012 in Oslo, Norwegen, um über die Umsetzung des Streubombenverbots zu beraten. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Kambodscha: Drei Kinder sterben durch Blindgänger

(10.09.2012)

In der Oddar Meanchey Provinz in Kambodscha sterben drei Kinder im Alter von acht und neun Jahren durch einen Blindgänger, den sie vermutlich manipulierten, um Altmetall zu gewinnen. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


British government gives funds for demining in Angola

(06.09.2004)

The British government has earmarked more than 270,000 euros for the acquisition of equipment that will be used in manual and mechanic demining operations in Angola.  weiterlesen >>>


Vor Beerdigung weiterer Opfer Minensuche auf Friedhof von Beslan

(05.09.2004)

Mit Metalldetektoren und in Begleitung von Hunden durchstreiften die Fachleute das Gelände weiterlesen >>>


Three soldiers killed in western Nepal landmine blast

(05.09.2004)

Three soldiers were killed and seven injured when their patrol vehicle triggered a landmine in western Nepal Sunday, an army source said.  weiterlesen >>>


US vehicle said damaged, soldiers wounded north of Baghdad

(04.09.2004)

Al-Jazeera has learned that a US military Humvee vehicle used for detecting mines was damaged in the area of Al-Hashimiyah, west of Ba'qubah [north of Baghdad] , this morning.  weiterlesen >>>


Land mine casualties drop sharply in Cambodia

(03.09.2004)

The number of people killed and injured by land mines and unexploded ordnance (UXO) in Cambodia dropped sharply in the past two months due to the effective measures taken by the government, local newspapers reported Friday.  weiterlesen >>>


US, Lebanese armies begin de-mining seminars; Teachers in high-risk areas to pass knowledge to students

(03.09.2004)

The Lebanese Army's National De-mining Office (NDO) began land mine training for teachers in Metn and Kesrouan schools Thursday at the Portemilio Hotel in Kaslik. weiterlesen >>>


Lao Children Still At Risk of UXO Danger

(03.09.2004)

Unexploded ordnance is still dangerous for a number of Lao children. Naturally kids are naughty and like playing with strange objects.  weiterlesen >>>


Panzermine hält Friedrichsaue in Atem

(03.09.2004)

Weltkriegsmine konnte nur mit einer Sprengung zerstört werden weiterlesen >>>


Tschetschenien: Neun russische Soldaten bei Explosionen getötet

(02.09.2004)

Bei Explosionen sind am Donnerstag in Tschetschenien neun russische Soldaten getötet worden.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine explosions kill two army officers in Chechnya

(02.09.2004)

Two officers of federal troops died in blasts of two landmines on an outskirt of Chechnya's capital Grozny on Wednesday evening and seven people were injured. weiterlesen >>>


Japan grants 82,000 USD for landmine clearancec in Azerbaijan

(02.09.2004)

The Japanese embassy in Baku and the Azerbaijan National Agency for Mine Action (ANAMA) signed a grant agreement as part of the "Grassroots and human security" program on Tuesday. weiterlesen >>>


Am Hindukusch in Stullenstadt

(01.09.2004)

Mine awareness, Selbstmordattentate, Granatfeuer, Geiselnahmen: Wie deutsche Soldaten auf dem modernsten Übungsplatz Europas für ihre heikle Mission im Ausland vorbereitet werden weiterlesen >>>


Israel reisst Wohnhäuser in palästinensischem Lager ein

(01.09.2004)

Palästinensische Landmine explodiert bei israelischer Offensive im Gazastreifen  weiterlesen >>>


Bangladeshi anti-land mine activist tortured in police custody, wife says

(01.09.2004)

A Bangladeshi anti-land mine activist being questioned by police over alleged involvement in arms smuggling is being tortured in police custody and his life may be at risk, his wife said Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Uíje: Seven injured in landmine explosion

(01.09.2004)

Seven vaccinators were injured at Damba district in Angola, 197 kilometres north of northern Uíje capital city, as a result of the explosion of an anti-vehicle landmine.  weiterlesen >>>


Nobel Peace Laureates Demand Release of Bangladesh Landmine Campaigner

(31.08.2004)

The government of Bangladesh should immediately release Rafique Al Islam, a campaigner against landmines in Bangladesh, said the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), 1997 Nobel Peace Prize co-Laureate.  weiterlesen >>>


Two Reported Dead After Georgia Land Mine Explosion

(31.08.2004)

Two peacekeepers have been reported dead following a land-mine explosion in Georgia's breakaway South Ossetia region Tuesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Upstate soldier dies as US-truck hits land mine in Iraq

(31.08.2004)

An Army reservist from upstate who had just arrived in Iraq was killed Friday when the truck he was driving hit a land mine, the Army confirmed yesterday.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine kills at least nine people in southern Somalia

(31.08.2004)

At least nine people were killed and 12 others injured on Tuesday when a landmine exploded on a highway linking the Somali capital, Mogadishu, and the southern port of Kismayo, elders said.  weiterlesen >>>


UN calls on Southeast Asia to halt child landmine deaths

(31.08.2004)

The United Nations Children 's Fund (UNICEF) is calling on governments in Southeast Asia to redouble their efforts to clean up landmines and other unexploded ordnance (UXO), which were left from decades of war and are continuing to maim and kill children across the region.  weiterlesen >>>


Workers find landmine in Albany

(31.08.2004)

Some Albany sanitation workers got quite a scare Tuesday morning. Police said the workers were picking up garbage on Jay Street when a landmine fell out of an Army backpack. The men immediately backed away and called the police. weiterlesen >>>


Elf Menschen bei Anschlägen in Türkei verletzt

(31.08.2004)

Bei zwei mutmaßlichen Anschlägen kurdischer Rebellen im Südosten der Türkei sind zehn Soldaten und ein Zugführer verletzt worden.  weiterlesen >>>


Taliban spectre returns as 17 die in blasts

(30.08.2004)

The Taliban claimed responsibility for a car bomb that ripped through Kabul yesterday. The Afghan government said two Americans, three Nepalese and two Afghans were killed in what was the largest attack for months in the Afghan capital.  weiterlesen >>>


Japan gives Cambodia nearly US$25 million for healthcare

(30.08.2004)

Japan said August 11, 2004, it will give Cambodia nearly US$25 million to help eradicate landmines and improve healthcare in the impoverished Southeast Asian nation. weiterlesen >>>


Mine explosion derails five cars of train in Turkey

(30.08.2004)

Five cars of a freight train derailed when it ran over a land mine planted on railway in Genc town of eastern province of Bingol late on Sunday.  weiterlesen >>>


Malawi: Dealing With the Threat of Landmines

(30.08.2004)

Malawi has formulated a plan to clear abandoned landmines and other unexploded ordnance (UXO) from areas along its border with Mozambique.  weiterlesen >>>


Verheerender Anschlag auf eine Schule

(29.08.2004)

Minenexplosion in afghanischer Schule tötet mindestens zehn Menschen weiterlesen >>>


Najaf: Desert city; Bullets have stopped, but the bodies and land mines remain

(29.08.2004)

The crash of explosions and crackle of gunfire that have torn through Najaf for weeks gave way yesterday to the clangs of shovels clearing the destruction and the wail of police sirens announcing the return of government control to the devastated holy city.  weiterlesen >>>


Japanese Government to send reps to meet on land mines

(29.08.2004)

Japan plans to dispatch ministerial representatives to the review conference of the Anti-Personnel Mines Convention in Nairobi in November, it was learned on Saturday.  weiterlesen >>>


Three killed as bus blown up by landmine in Nepal

(29.08.2004)

Three people, one a bus driver, were killed and four seriously injured when their bus was blown up by a landmine allegedly planted by Maoist rebels in eastern Nepal, police said Sunday.  weiterlesen >>>


Afghan election officials targeted in landmine attack

(29.08.2004)

Three officials helping prepare Afghanistan's first presidential elections escaped injury when their vehicle was targeted in a landmine attack, the United Nations said Sunday.  weiterlesen >>>


In Kosovo wächst ein gefährliches Vakuum

(28.08.2004)

Albaner werfen Belgrader Regierung Eskalation vor / Gewalt nimmt auch in Südserbien und Mazedonien zu / Personenzug entgeht nur knapp Landminenattentat weiterlesen >>>


Malawi appeals for UN help to clear landmines near Mozambique

(27.08.2004)

BLANTYRE, Malawi, Malawi is seeking help from the United Nations to clear landmines in seven districts near Mozambique after 41 people were killed and around 1,000 seriously injured recently, a defence official was quoted as saying Friday. weiterlesen >>>


Rebel site says 12 troops killed southeast of Chechen capital

(27.08.2004)

A spokesman for the eastern front of the armed forces of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria has told Kavkaz-Tsentr that a mobile Chechen mojahedin unit attacked a military convoy of the occupiers near the settlement of Yalkhoy-Mokhk [southeast of Groznyy] on Wednesday [25 August].  weiterlesen >>>


Sudan agrees on landmine clearance with southern rebels

(27.08.2004)

NAIROBI, Kenya, An agreement has been reached between the Sudanese government and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) on a strategy to clear Sudan's landmines with the UN support. weiterlesen >>>


Lack of Funds Delays Demining in Zimbabwe

(27.08.2004)

Large tracts of land are still heavily mined along Zimbabwe's borders with neighbouring countries as the demining efforts slow down due to lack of funding after the European Union (EU) and the United States withdrew.  weiterlesen >>>


Two killed, five injured in explosion in eastern Turkey

(27.08.2004)

Two people were killed and five others injured when a landmine or a remote control bomb went off on a road in Turkey's eastern province of Siirt, the Anatolia News Agency reported Friday.  weiterlesen >>>


Kingdom of Jordan seeking to become landmine free zone by 2009

(27.08.2004)

At the first coordination meeting to unify national efforts on demining, Acting Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Marwan Muasher on Thursday said the Kingdom is seeking to become landmine free zone by 2009.  weiterlesen >>>


Zwei Tote bei Anschlag kurdischer Rebellen im Südosten der Türkei

(27.08.2004)

Bei einem mutmaßlichen Anschlag kurdischer Rebellen sind am Freitag im Südosten der Türkei zwei Menschen getötet und fünf weitere verletzt worden.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmines hamper relief aid supplies to Southern Sudan

(26.08.2004)

NAIROBI, Kenya, An estimated 1 million landmines are expected to be a major hindrance to the transportation of relief aid to 600,000 southern Sudanese returnees coming home after 24 years of civil war, UN agencies said here Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Land Mine Blast Kills 2 Soldiers In Pakistan Tribal Area

(26.08.2004)

A landmine exploded near army vehicles carrying troops in a remote northwestern tribal region near Afghanistan on Thursday, killing two soldiers and wounding four, an army spokesman and security officials said. weiterlesen >>>


Police officer killed in Nepal

(26.08.2004)

At least one police officer was killed and eight wounded yesterday when their van drove over a landmine in west Nepal, police said. weiterlesen >>>


Five killed, scores hurt as rebels bomb buses in India's northeast

(26.08.2004)

Five people were killed and scores wounded in northeast India Thursday when militants blew up two buses, threw a grenade into a market and triggered twin blasts on a railway track, officials said. weiterlesen >>>


OAS to support Suriname in demining operations

(26.08.2004)

A mission of the Organization of American States (OAS) will travel to Suriname this Monday, August 30 to initiate mine removal activities, particular in the interior of the country.  weiterlesen >>>


Suche nach Landminen - Den Tod in der Hand

(26.08.2004)

Durch die Explosion vergrabener Sprengkörper sterben in früheren Kriegszonen Tausende von Zivilisten. Die Räumer hoffen auf Geräte, die das Aufspüren sicherer machen - bisher vergeblich. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine in Pakistan Kills 1 Soldier, Wounds 6

(26.08.2004)

A landmine explosion in a remote semi-autonomous tribal region in western Pakistan has killed at least one government soldier and wounded six others.  weiterlesen >>>


Nepal Land Mine Blast Kills 1, Injures 8

(25.08.2004)

KATHMANDU, At least one policeman was killed and eight wounded on Wednesday when their van drove over a landmine in west Nepal, police said. weiterlesen >>>


1400 Tonnen Kriegsmunition auf dem Grund der Themse

(24.08.2004)

Zwei Kilometer vor der Küste der Grafschaft Kent im Südosten Englands tickt eine gewaltige Zeitbombe. In der Themse-Mündung lief dort vor 60 Jahren das US-Kriegsfrachtschiff "Richard Montgomery" auf eine Sandbank. weiterlesen >>>


19 killed in Maoists attack in Nepal

(24.08.2004)

Kathmandu, At least four soldiers were killed on Tuesday, when Maoist rebels attacked an Army truck in Nepal, setting off a gun battle, an official said.  weiterlesen >>>


Bosnia-Herzegovina to Send Mine Clearing Unit to Iraq

(24.08.2004)

Bosnia-Herzegovina is pressing ahead with plans to send a land mine clearing unit to Iraq, despite heavy opposition at home.  weiterlesen >>>


Mit Röntgenstrahlen auf Minensuche

(24.08.2004)

Bundesforschungsministerium gibt 4,5 Millionen Euro für neuen Forschungsverbund "Metalldetektoren für humanitäres Minenräumen". Zwölf Forschungsinstitute wollen in den nächsten drei Jahren neuartige Detektoren zur Minensuche entwickeln. weiterlesen >>>


One soldier killed, three injured in mine explosion in Colombia

(24.08.2004)

BOGOTA, One soldier was killed and three others were injured in a mine explosion in the west central province of Tolima, said the Army News Agency on Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Killing Spree In Sri Lanka Can End Truce, Warn Monitors

(24.08.2004)

COLOMBO, European cease-fire monitors warned Tuesday that escalating violence in Sri Lanka threatened the island's fragile truce, after suspected Tamil Tiger rebels fatally shot a guerrilla-turned-spy and opened fired on an army patrol. weiterlesen >>>


Five troops killed, 24 missing as Nepal battles Maoist blockade

(24.08.2004)

At least five troops were killed and 24 others unaccounted for Tuesday in a battle to stop Maoist rebels from extending a seven-day-old blockade of the capital to a key supply route from China. weiterlesen >>>


Was macht eigentlich... Sandra Tigica?

(23.08.2004)

Im Januar 1997 bekam das angolanische Mädchen, das durch eine Mine sein linkes Bein verlor, Besuch von Prinzessin Diana. Das Foto der beiden ging um die Welt  weiterlesen >>>


Chechen rebel site says about 30 troops killed in separate incidents

(23.08.2004)

TBILISI, In the early hours of 17 August Chechen resistance fighters fired on the occupying commandant's headquarters in Oktyabrskiy district of the Chechen capital, a Chechenpress correspondent has learnt from the commander of a mobile Chechen mojahedin group (call sign "Muamin").  weiterlesen >>>


Anti-tank mine kills and injures seven in Georgia

(23.08.2004)

One person was killed and six were injured in result of Saturday's explosion of anti-tank mine at Chakvi resort in Achara. According to doctors, health state of the two injured was grave. weiterlesen >>>


"Explosive Schläfer" verstümmeln und töten jährlich 25.000 Menschen

(23.08.2004)

Gelähmt - für immer. Und das beim Fußballspielen: Achmed rannte als Sechsjähriger dem Ball hinterher. Dann trat er auf eine Mine. Ein Sekundenkontakt - der "Fehltritt" seines Lebens. Splitter verletzten die Wirbelsäule. Diagnose: Querschnittslähmung. Das "fieseste Foul" in seinem Leben: nie mehr Fußballspielen, auch heute - mit 17 - keine Freundin. Von den Eltern weggeschlossen, nicht zur Schule geschickt. Kein Rechnen, kein Schreiben gelernt. Bis heute hat Achmed nie gelesen. Thomas Gebauer (49 Jahre) hat diesen Jungen getroffen. Ihn und viele, viele andere. Gebauer, Geschäftsführer von Medico International in Frankfurt am Main hat sie gesehen: verstümmelte Menschen mit abgerissenen Händen und Armen, weggesprengten Füßen und Beinen... und tote Minenopfer. weiterlesen >>>


Village guard dies after stepping on landmine

(23.08.2004)

A village guard died after he stepped on an anti-personnel landmine planted by terrorists in Balveren hamlet in Turkey's southeastern province of Sirnak on Sunday. weiterlesen >>>


Pakistan: 3 security forces personnel injured in landmine explosion

(23.08.2004)

The military operation continued against the suspected militants in the southern mountainous range of Shakai in South Waziristan amid the reports that three security forces personnel were injured during armed clashes between the security forces and miscreants and explosion of landmine. weiterlesen >>>


7 people wounded in police car explosion in Makhachkala, Russia

(23.08.2004)

Seven people wounded in a police truck explosion in Makhachkala were hospitalized, a doctor from local the emergency hospital told RIA Novosti giving no details of their condition. weiterlesen >>>


WWII mines cleared in northwestern Russia

(21.08.2004)

Sappers of the Russian Emergencies Ministry have carried out a mine clearance operation in the Novgorod Region, in northwestern Russia.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine kills 3 children in central Angola

(21.08.2004)

LUANDA, Three children were killed and their mother seriously injured by an anti-personnel mine in Chila, Bocoio municipality of Angola's central province of Benguela, national news agency, ANGOP has reported. weiterlesen >>>


Rebel attacks continue in Chechnya ahead of election

(20.08.2004)

VLADIKAVKAZ, Rebels staged new raids and landmine explosions over the past day in Chechnya, just over a week before the region's presidential election, an official in the Moscow-backed regional government said Friday. weiterlesen >>>


Zersägte MiG im Sonderangebot - Offiziere plündern Russlands Armee aus

(20.08.2004)

In den russischen Streitkräften bleibt der massenhafte Diebstahl von Waffen und anderen Ausrüstungsgütern ein unlösbares Problem. In Tschetschenien verkaufen korrupte russische Offiziere den Rebellen die Gewehre und Minen. weiterlesen >>>


NVA-Mine im Sondermüll

(19.08.2004)

Berliner Recyclinghof vorübergehend wegen Funds einer russischen Übungsmine geschlossen weiterlesen >>>


Two Colombian soldiers die in mine field

(19.08.2004)

A non-commissioned officer and a soldier of the 11th Colombian Army Brigade died Thursday during an explosion in a mine field in the rural zone of Ituango, in the northwestern department of Antioquia, said military sources. weiterlesen >>>


Tajik sappers defuse over 100 shells in east

(19.08.2004)

Over 100 unexploded shells have been defused in eastern Tajikistan - Rasht Valley - since the beginning of August. weiterlesen >>>


Uzbek mine-clearance operation under way on Kyrgyz border

(19.08.2004)

Special subdivisions of border troops have occupied key heights in Batken Region and carried out checks on mountain paths in order to prevent possible intrusions by militants. Posts on the routes that are used by terrorists and drug smugglers were fortified. At the same time, sappers started to defuse antipersonnel mines on the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border.  weiterlesen >>>


Sudan's anti-landmine conference to be held in Kenya next week

(19.08.2004)

Representatives of the Sudanese government, the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A) and aid agencies will converge in Nairobi next week to discuss the threats posed by landmines in Sudan, a UN agency announced here Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Japan Funds Education Project On Landmine Danger in Angola

(19.08.2004)

An agreement for the implementation of an education project on the risks of landmine (MRE) in Angola's Eastern Lunda-Sul province is due to be signed today in Harare city (Zimbabwe) by representatives of Japan Embassy and a Japanese non governmental organization, Association for Aid and Relief (AAR). weiterlesen >>>


Russische Schützenminen in Jugendklub sichergestellt

(19.08.2004)

In einem Jugendklub in Magdeburg sind 18 russische Schützenminen sichergestellt worden.  weiterlesen >>>


Projekt Augenlicht und Marienwörth helfen 14-jährigem Minenopfer

(19.08.2004)

Gibt es etwas Schlimmeres, als eine Mine, die auf einem Spielplatz versteckt und als Spielzeug getarnt wird? Ansar Achmadov fiel einer solchen Mine zum Opfer. weiterlesen >>>


Latest fighting, mine blasts kill at least 4 Russian soldiers in Chechnya

(17.08.2004)

Rebels attacked Russian positions a dozen times in the past day in war-ravaged Chechnya, where violence persists ahead of an election o replace its assassinated president, an official in the Moscow-backed regional government said Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


Uzbekistan postpones mine-clearance operation on Kyrgyz border

(17.08.2004)

BATKEN, Kyrgyzstan, The work on clearing the Kyrgyz-Uzbek and the Tajik-Uzbek borders of mines was to begin on 15 August.  weiterlesen >>>


NCDR begins preparations for Nairobi world summit on mine free world

(17.08.2004)

According to "Jordan Times", the National Committee for Demining and Rehabilitation (NCDR) has begun preparations for the World Summit on a Mine Free World to be held in Nairobi from Nov. 29 to Dec. 3.  weiterlesen >>>


Pakistan attacks kill five paramilitaries

(16.08.2004)

Four paramilitary troops have been killed and at least as many wounded in southwest Pakistan, a provincial government official says, while a fifth died in an earlier attack. weiterlesen >>>


Ukrainian soldier killed in Iraq

(16.08.2004)

Baghdad, A Ukrainian soldier was killed in Iraq on Sunday by a radio-controlled landmine, the Defense Ministry said.  weiterlesen >>>


Dreifache Mutter bei Landminenexplosion in Bosnien getötet

(16.08.2004)

Sarajevo, Bei der Explosion einer Landmine aus dem Bosnien-Krieg vor zehn Jahren ist eine 39-jährige Mutter dreier Kinder getötet worden.  weiterlesen >>>


Woman dies and two men get injured in an unmarked mine field

(16.08.2004)

A landmine dating from Bosnia's 1992-95 war killed a 39-year-old mother of three and injured two men in central Bosnia, police said Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Three men killed by war-era mortar shell in Vietnam

(16.08.2004)

Three people were killed while trying to salvage scrap metal and explosives from a Vietnam War-era mortar shell, the military said Monday.  weiterlesen >>>


Irak: "Die größte Kampfansage an die Kräfte des Bösen"

(15.08.2004)

Ukrainischer Soldat bei Minenexplosion getötet weiterlesen >>>


Ukrainian officer reportedly killed in explosion south of Iraqi capital

(15.08.2004)

DOHA, A Ukrainian officer was killed when a landmine exploded in Wasit Governorate, south of Baghdad.  weiterlesen >>>


Pakistan: Landmine incident report

(15.08.2004)

Mr. Nusrat Ali S/O Mr. Mansoor Ali, age 18 years, resident of village Marukhail, Malana, Parachinar Kurram Agency has lost his left leg and received severe injuries on his right leg, right shoulder.  weiterlesen >>>


3 Russian soldiers die during fighting in rbel Chechnya

(14.08.2004)

Three Russian soldiers were killed and eight wounded in rebel attacks and explosions in Chechnya during the past day, an official in the Kremlin-backed regional administration said Friday.  weiterlesen >>>


Uzbekistan starts de-mining border with Kyrgyzstan

(13.08.2004)

TASHKENT, Uzbekistan has begun removing mines along its shared border with Kyrgyzstan which it planted five years ago to keep out Islamic militants and drug and arms traffickers, a military official said Friday. weiterlesen >>>


Three soldiers die as fighting persists in rebel Chechnya

(13.08.2004)

VLADIKAVKAZ, Three Russian soldiers were killed and eight wounded in rebel attacks and explosions in Chechnya over the past day, an official in the Kremlin-backed regional administration said Friday. weiterlesen >>>


29,000 landmines, explosives destroyed in five Latin American nations

(13.08.2004)

More than 29,000 landmines and other explosives were destroyed last year in five Central and South American countries, the Organization of American States (OAS) said Friday. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine blast injures three in Pakistani tribal area

(13.08.2004)

WANA, Three people were injured Friday when their private car hit a landmine near the Afghan border in northwest Pakistan where the military is hunting Al-Qaeda-linked militants, an official said. weiterlesen >>>


Tajiks continue de-mining operations

(13.08.2004)

DUSHANBE, A group of four sappers from the Mine Action Centre of Tajikistan have finished a mine clearing operation on a territory designated for pipe laying in Qumsangir District [in southern Tajikistan], Jonmahmad Rajabov, director of the centre, has told Avesta. weiterlesen >>>


Bosnian troops not to be sent to Iraq in September - defence official

(12.08.2004)

MOSTAR, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Members of the Bosnia-Hercegovina armed forces, who are to take part in mine clearance work in Iraq, will not be dispatched to the mission in that country for at least three more months, the Bosnia-Hercegovina deputy defence minister, Enes Becirbasic, has said. weiterlesen >>>


Office to Co-Ordinate Demining Process in Angola Set Up

(12.08.2004)

An office to co-ordinate the landmine clearance process, in northern Bengo province was created Tuesday, in Caxito town, by the National Inter-sectoral Commission of Demining and Humanitarian Aid (CNIDAH). weiterlesen >>>


Landmines kill 27 people in Angolan central province

(12.08.2004)

LUANDA, At least 27 people died and 41 got injured in landmine accidents in the first semester of this year in the Angolan central Bie Province, an official with the demining sector has announced. weiterlesen >>>


Japan gives Cambodia 25 million dollars in aid

(11.08.2004)

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia's largest aid donor Japan on Wednesday signed over 25.6 million dollars in grants to fund improved mine clearance equipment, infectious disease control and a medical school, officials said. weiterlesen >>>


Feds kill two gunmen in Chechnya

(11.08.2004)

GROZNY, Federal forces have killed two rebels during a reconnaissance operation in the woodland near Chechnya's administrative border with Ingushetia, an army spokesman told Itar-Tass on Wednesday. weiterlesen >>>


Four soldiers die in Chechnya attacks

(11.08.2004)

Four soldiers were killed and 13 were wounded in rebel attacks and landmine explosions in Chechnya yesterday. weiterlesen >>>


Joint clearance of landmines in southern Sudan

(11.08.2004)

NAIROBI, The Sudanese government, aid agencies and the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A), have started a joint operation to clear landmines in the south. weiterlesen >>>


Inside Business: Ohne Hand und Hund

(10.08.2004)

Startup-Unternehmen "Minewolf Systems" von Financial Times Deutschland und Deutschem Industrie- und Handelskammertag ausgezeichnet. Minenräumung mit Spezialbagger.  weiterlesen >>>


Rebels kill four Russian soldiers in latest Chechnya fighting

(10.08.2004)

VLADIKAVKAZ, Four Russian soldiers were killed and 13 wounded in rebel attacks and landmine explosions in Chechnya in the past day, an official in the Kremlin-backed regional administration said Tuesday. weiterlesen >>>


Two soldiers killed in landmine blast in Hakkari, Turkey

(10.08.2004)

Two soldiers were killed and a third wounded yesterday in a landmine blast in the Cukurca township of Hakkari. weiterlesen >>>