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Ächtung von Streubomben zeigt Wirkung

(06.09.2012)

Streubomben sind heimtückisch. Sie zerplatzen beim Aufprall in viele kleine Einzelsprengsätze. In vielen Ländern lauern immer noch Blindgänger. Doch eine Konvention zeigt jetzt Wirkung. weiterlesen >>>


750.000 Streubomben vernichtet

(06.09.2012)

Laut dem heute veröffentlichten Streubomben-Bericht der Intertnationalen Streubombenkampagne wurden bisher von Vertragsstaaten 750.000 Streubomben vernichtet. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Bericht der internationalen Streubombenkampagne 2012

(06.09.2012)

Die international geächteten Streubomben hinterlassen bei jedem Einsatz unzählige Blindgänger, die von jedem Kind aus Versehen ausgelöst werden können und sehr aufwändig und gefährlich zu räumen sind. Dadurch gefährden diese Waffen immer noch Menschen in 41 Ländern. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Explosive Blindgänger in 41 Ländern und Gebieten – Bericht der internationalen Streubombenkampagne vorgelegt

(06.09.2012)

Die Bombe, die in der vergangenen Woche München in Atem hielt, hat uns wieder einmal vor Augen geführt: Auch Jahrzehnte nach Ende eines Krieges bedrohen explosive Kriegsreste die Menschen.  weiterlesen >>>


Inklusion durch Sport – eine magische Pille?

(31.08.2012)

Inklusiver Sport fördert den gegenseitigen Respekt von Menschen mit und ohne Behinderung und das Verständnis für einander. Ein Interview über Erfahrungen aus Sri Lanka. weiterlesen >>>


Libyen: Explosive Kriegsüberreste bedrohen die Bevölkerung

(23.08.2012)

Über zehn Monate nach dem bewaffneten Konflikt sind Städte und Regionen immer noch durch Blindgängern und Minen kontaminiert. Das Internationale Komitee vom Roten Kreuz dokumentiert die Situation. weiterlesen >>>


Australien: Senat bestätigt umstrittenes Streubombenverbot

(21.08.2012)

Der australische Senat hat ein Gesetz über das Verbot von Streubomben gebilligt. Opposition und Aktivisten kritisieren das Gesetz als unzureichend. weiterlesen >>>


VIDEO: Aufklärung über die Gefahren von Blindgängern und Minen in Kambodscha

(19.08.2012)

In Aufklärungskampagnen werden Schülerinnen und Schüler, Mönche und Gemeindemitglieder in Kambodscha vor den Gefahren von Blindgängern und Minen gewarnt. (mit englischen Untertiteln) 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 >>>


Munitionsbergung

(09.08.2004)

Berliner Müggelsee soll systematisch nach Bomben abgesucht werden weiterlesen >>>


3 gov't soldiers, 4 rebels killed in Nepal

(09.08.2004)

KATHMANDU, Three soldiers were killed in Nepal on Sunday when a landmine, laid by Maoist rebels, exploded, while government forces killed four rebels in an operation Saturday, media reports and the government said Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Top rebel among seven killed in Kashmir blast, shoot-outs

(09.08.2004)

An Indian soldier was killed and 10 wounded in an overnight landmine explosion, while six other people, including a top rebel, died in separate incidents in Indian Kashmir, police said Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Army De-mines Border with Albania

(09.08.2004)

The specialized units of the SCG Army (VSCG) Podgorica Corps on Saturday began to de-mine the area of the Montenegrin territory bordering the Republic of Albania. weiterlesen >>>


Angolan Landmine Blast Kills Six

(09.08.2004)

Six people were killed on Friday at Chambinga, Kuito-Kuanavale district, Kuando-Kubango province, when the vehicle they were travelling in drove over an antitank landmine.  weiterlesen >>>


Two soldiers killed in landmine blast in eastern Turkey

(09.08.2004)

ANKARA, Two soldiers were killed and anotherwas wounded in a landmine explosion in eastern Turkey on Monday, the semi-official Anatolia News Agency reported. weiterlesen >>>


Indian soldier killed, 10 wounded in Kashmir mine blast

(09.08.2004)

SPRINAGAR, An Indian soldier was killed and 10 wounded in an overnight landmine explosion triggered by Muslim militants in the south of Indian-administered Kashmir, a police spokesman said Monday. weiterlesen >>>


2 Election Workers killed in Afghan Ambush, 2 US Soldiers die in Explosion

(07.08.2004)

AFGHANISTAN, Two election workers in Afghanistan have been killed in an ambush, and the U.S. military says two U.S. soldiers and an Afghan interpreter were killed in a landmine explosion. weiterlesen >>>


Flüchtling bei Minenexplosion an griechisch-türkischer Grenze getötet

(05.08.2004)

Saloniki, Bei der Explosion einer Landmine an der Grenze zwischen Griechenland und der Türkei ist am Donnerstag ein palästinensischer Flüchtling ums Leben gekommen. weiterlesen >>>


EC funds Cyprus mine removal

(05.08.2004)

The European Commission (EC) has released 2.5 million euros ($AUD 4.2 million) to go towards removing landmines from the buffer zone that divides the island of Cyprus. weiterlesen >>>


Three Russian soldiers killed in Chechnya

(05.08.2004)

VLADIKAVKAZ, Three Russian soldiers were killed in warring Chechnya over the past day, an official in the region's Kremlin-backed government said Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Palestinian killed in landmine blast on Greece-Turkey border

(05.08.2004)

KOMOTINI, A Palestinian would-be immigrant was blown up and another four people injured on Thursday as they snuck across a minefield on the Greek-Turkish border, the Greek army said. weiterlesen >>>


Radio reports Maoist landmine kills two in central Nepal

(04.08.2004)

KATHMANDU, A soldier and a policemen were killed in a Maoist landmine explosion in Chakratirtha of Lamjung [central Nepal] today. weiterlesen >>>


Chile begins removing landmines

(03.08.2004)

Chile on Tuesday began removing more than 6,000 land mines planted 30 years ago near the Peruvian border. weiterlesen >>>


Eight Russian soldiers killed in fighting in Chechnya

(03.08.2004)

VLADIKAVKAZ, Rebels in Chechnya killed eight Russian servicemen in raids and landmine explosions over the past day, an official with the region's Kremlin-backed administration said Tuesday. weiterlesen >>>


Gefährdete Demokratie

(02.08.2004)

Kabul - Die Angriffe auf die in Afghanistan langsam entstehende Demokratie durch Taliban-Kämpfer klingen nicht ab. weiterlesen >>>


Soldier die in Shakai mine blast

(02.08.2004)

One soldier was killed and three others wounded on Monday in pakistan when their vehicle hit a landmine in a remote town in the tribal South Waziristan region near the Afghan border, officials said. weiterlesen >>>


Chechen rebels report killing 11 Russian troops

(02.08.2004)

RUSSIA, Chechen mojahedin attacked a military column of the aggressors in Vedenskiy District of Chechnya last Sunday [1 August], a representative of the eastern front of the CRI [Chechen Republic of Ichkeria] armed forces has told Kavkaz-Tsentr news agency. weiterlesen >>>


World's children join hands to ban mines

(02.08.2004)

Children from 11 countries will get together in Japan in August for a summit to explore ways to eliminate land mines from the face of the Earth. weiterlesen >>>


Turkey: Military Vehicle hits Landmine - two Soldiers injured

(02.08.2004)

Two soldiers were injured when a military vehicle hit a landmine in Beytussebap town of Turkey's southeastern Sirnak province. weiterlesen >>>


Two servicemen wounded in land mine explosion in Chechnya

(02.08.2004)

GROZNY, Two servicemen were wounded in a land mine explosion in Chechnya's Vedeno region on Sunday. weiterlesen >>>


Two Turkish soldiers wounded in landmine blast in southeastern Turkey

(02.08.2004)

ANKARA, Two Turkish soldiers were injured when a military vehicle hit a landmine in southeastern Turkey, Anatolia News Agency reported on Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Nepal: Four soldiers killed in Maoist attacks; journalist abducted

(02.08.2004)

4 soldiers and a journalist with a local daily was kidnapped by the rebels in Nepal, media reports said here. weiterlesen >>>


Russian servicemen, Chechen police killed as fighting continues

(01.08.2004)

Fighting persisted over the past day in Chechnya, where 10 Russian soldiers or security troops and three police from the Moscow-backed government were killed in rebel attacks and land mine blasts, an official said Sunday. weiterlesen >>>


3 gov't soldiers, 4 rebels killed in Nepal

(01.08.2004)

NEPAL, Three soldiers were killed in Nepal on Sunday when a landmine, laid by Maoist rebels, exploded, while government forces killed four rebels in an operation Saturday, media reports and the government said Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Norwegian NGO Demines Angolan Kuimba/Maquela Road

(30.07.2004)

The demining of the road which connects Kuimba (Zaire province) to Maseke, Maquela do Zombo district (Uije province) starts on August 2, ANGOP learned today from the operation officer of the Action Against Mines programme of the Norwegian People's Aid (NPA), Manuel Joao. weiterlesen >>>


Chile begins destroying land mines

(30.07.2004)

SANTIAGO, Chilean Defense Minister Michelle Bachelet is set to initiate next week the beginning of land-mine destruction around the country, a task expected to take some eight months, officials said Friday. weiterlesen >>>


De-Mining Programme Will Continue in Zimbabwe

(30.07.2004)

The Government will continue with its programme of clear landmines despite limited resources and support from other countries, the Zimbabwe National Army Chief of Staff, Major-General Amoth Chingombe, has said. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine injures three security officials in central Nepal

(30.07.2004)

KATHMANDU, Maoists have killed at least three civilians at Lohajar VDC-3 [village development committee] in Saptari district [southeast Nepal] Thursday [29 July] night. weiterlesen >>>


Relics of old war haunt Iraqis; Buried land mines and ordnance from the Iran-Iraq conflict in the '80s have killed or maimed thousands of Iraqis since the war's end 16 years ago

(29.07.2004)

SULAIMANIYAH, Fifteen-year-old Zana Hussein Mahmood was shepherding cattle when he found an intriguing finger-sized metal tube. weiterlesen >>>


Ghanaian army to be trained on land mines

(29.07.2004)

ACCRA, A 250,000 euro project to train soldiers on how to deal with landmines and also help them to acquire proficiency in the German language was commissioned at the Military Academy and Training Schools (MATS) in Accra yesterday. weiterlesen >>>


Nepal soldier killed as landmine blows up vehicle

(29.07.2004)

KATHMANDU, A soldier was killed and four injured when an army vehicle was blown up Thursday by a landmine planted by suspected Maoist rebels in farwestern Nepal, an army source said. weiterlesen >>>


AVSI Starts Campaign Against Landmines in North Uganda

(29.07.2004)

AVSI, an NGO supporting landmine victims in Ugandan Gulu district, has started a new campaign against landmines in the districts of Kitgum, Lira and Pader. weiterlesen >>>


Explosion in Croatia caused while digging up hidden weapons wounds two

(29.07.2004)

Two mine clearance officers and a dredgeman were lightly wounded in an explosion which happened in Ostrovo, near Vinkovci. weiterlesen >>>


Autobombe tötet mindestens 70 Iraker

(28.07.2004)

Waffenlager mit Boden-Luft-Raketen, Panzerminen und Scharfschützengewehren entdeckt weiterlesen >>>


Soaring scrap metal prices cause steep rise in Cambodian mine deaths

(28.07.2004)

PHNOM PENH, More people have been killed by mines and unexploded ordnance across Cambodian during the first half of this year than in all of 2003, mainly due to soaring scrap metal prices, an agency said Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


4 Verletzte bei Minenexplosion im Irak

(28.07.2004)

Bagdad, Vier Soldaten der Koalitionstruppen erlitten Verletzungen bei der Explosion einer Landmine, auf die ihr Fahrzeug aufgefahren war. weiterlesen >>>


Ethiopians Find Familiarity in Minefields (Sri Lanka)

(26.07.2004)

COLOMBO, The slow and dangerous work of Sri Lankan de-miners, to clear the northern and eastern part of the island littered with landmines that maim and kill, is under study by Ethiopian officials currently in Sri Lanka. weiterlesen >>>


Russian forces battle Chechen separatist fighters, at least four soldiers killed

(26.07.2004)

VLADIKAVKAZ, Chechen fighters attacked Russian positions early two dozen times in the past 24 hours, killing four soldiers and wounding 11, an official in Chechnya's Kremlin-backed government said Monday. weiterlesen >>>


One soldier injured in landmine explosion in Turkey

(24.07.2004)

ANKARA, One Turkish soldier was injured on Tuesday when a remote control mine allegedly planted by the outlawed Kurdish Workers' Party was detonated in Semdinli town of eastern Hakkari Province, semi-official Anatolia News Agency reported. weiterlesen >>>


We must maintain ban on weapons exports (Japan)

(23.07.2004)

"Jirai Mondai Handobukku" (Land-mines handbook), published by Jiyu Kokuminsha, contains a map of the world highlighting nations where landmines are buried. weiterlesen >>>


Kyrgyz, Uzbek, Tajik Red Crescent groups discuss boosting cooperation

(23.07.2004)

Kyrgyzstan, A meeting was held between representatives of Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan at the initiative and with the support of the [Kyrgyz] National Red Crescent Society in Batken today to discuss pre-empting conflicts. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine Explodes On Key Kashmir Highway; Soldier Killed

(22.07.2004)

SRINAGAR, Suspected separatist rebels detonated a landmine on a key highway in Indian-controlled Kashmir on Thursday, killing a paramilitary soldier and wounding two others, a police officer said. weiterlesen >>>


Finnish ministries disagree on timetable to ban landmines

(21.07.2004)

A Finnish working group set up to determine when Finland should sign up to the Ottawa Treaty banning landmines has reportedly failed to reach agreement. weiterlesen >>>


Pakistani Wounded In Land Mine Explosion Near Afghanistan

(21.07.2004)

WANA, A landmine exploded near a vehicle carrying Pakistani troops in a remote northwestern tribal region near Afghanistan on Wednesday, wounding at least one soldier, witnesses and intelligence sources said. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine threat suspends aid operations in Angola

(20.07.2004)

Landmines have forced two UN agencies and three non-governmental groups to suspend the delivery of humanitarian aid to some 60,000 people in Angola's central Bie province, according to a report here on Tuesday. weiterlesen >>>


Uzbekistan to stop use of landmines

(19.07.2004)

At a meeting in mid-June of military officials from several European and Shanghai Cooperation Organization member countries, it was announced that Uzbekistan was committed to demining its borders with Kirgizstan and Tajikistan. weiterlesen >>>


National Action Plans Urged For A Mine-Free World

(19.07.2004)

UNITED NATIONS, Nations should develop action plans to show the upcoming Nairobi Summit on a Mine-Free World how to achieve the goal of a mine-free world by 2009, said U.N. officials, representatives of states and non-governmental organisations at a briefing here Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Landmines blasted 154 Burundians in 2003

(19.07.2004)

Landmines killed, maimed or wounded 154 people in the civil war-torn Burundi last year, or half the figure recorded during the previous two years, a United Nations source revealed in Bujumbura. weiterlesen >>>


PRESSEERKLÄRUNG - Sperrfrist: 19.07.04 - 11:00

(18.07.2004)

Keine Entwarnung für den Kosovo - Nichtregierungsorganisationen fordern von Bundesregierung sofortiges Verbot von Streubomben und mehr Opferhilfe weiterlesen >>>


Shoe pyramid builds bomb campaign (Great Britain)

(17.07.2004)

London, Cluster bomb campaigners are calling on the public to help build a pyramid of shoes in London's Trafalgar Square. weiterlesen >>>


EINLADUNG ZUR PRESSEKONFERENZ MIT ULRIKE FOLKERTS

(17.07.2004)

Streubomben: Produktion und tödliche Bedrohung auch in Europa  weiterlesen >>>


Tatort: Eine Frau wie Ludwigshafen

(16.07.2004)

Seit 15 Jahren spielt Ulrike Folkerts die "Tatort"-Kommissarin Lena Odenthal. Deutschlands dienstälteste Fahnderin und die Lust und Last einer festen Rolle.  weiterlesen >>>


South African company said clearing landmines in south (Sudan)

(16.07.2004)

The Sudanese government and the [rebel] Sudan's People Liberation Army/Movement [SPLA/M] in coordination with the UN have begun clearing landmines from southern Sudan for the first time in twenty years. weiterlesen >>>


Anti-Landmine Drive to Gain Boost At Upcoming Nairobi Summit - UN Officials

(15.07.2004)

This year's Nairobi Summit for a Mine Free World should generate international momentum towards eradicating the indiscriminate weapons, experts attending a panel at United Nations Headquarters in New York said today. weiterlesen >>>


Mines may turn Nepal into another Afghanistan

(14.07.2004)

KATHMANDU, The increased use of landmines could turn Nepal into another Afghanistan, an anti-mine campaigner has warned. weiterlesen >>>


LTTE urged to sign anti-landmine treaties in Sri Lanka

(14.07.2004)

Landmine Ban Advocay Forum, a group of Humanitarian Organizations, including the UNDP and UNICEF, called on the Government of Sri Lanka and the Liberation Tigers to sign treaties Banning Anti-Personnel Landmines in Colombo Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Anti-tank mines kill nine Cambodian farmers

(13.07.2004)

PHNOM PENH, Nine Cambodian farmers have been killed in two separate anti-tank mine explosions as they worked their fields in the kingdom's northwest, police said Tuesday. weiterlesen >>>


Tschetscheniens Präsident überlebt Anschlag

(13.07.2004)

Moskau, Auf einen Fahrzeugkonvoi des amtierenden tschetschenischen Präsidenten Sergej Abramow ist am Dienstag nach Medienberichten ein Anschlag verübt worden. weiterlesen >>>


Angola destroy thousands of cleared anti-personnel mines

(12.07.2004)

LUANDA, Angola's land mine-clearing authority destroyed more than 6,500 anti-personnel mines and other munitions at the weekend, according to local media on Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Turkish soldier killed in landmine explosion

(12.07.2004)

ANKARA, One Turkish soldier was killed and another wounded Monday in a landmine explosion in the Guclukonak district of the southeastern province of Sirnak, the semi-official Anatolia News Agency reported. weiterlesen >>>


Land mine explosion near Afghanistan wounds 3 Soldiers

(12.07.2004)

WANA, Pakistan, A land mine exploded near a vehicle carrying paramilitary forces in a remote northwestern tribal region near Afghanistan Monday, wounding three soldiers, a senior army official said. weiterlesen >>>


Kurdish rebel mine kills Turkish soldier

(12.07.2004)

DIYARBAKIR, One Turkish soldier was killed and another wounded when a landmine laid by suspected Kurdish guerrillas exploded on a road in southeast Turkey, military officials said on Monday. weiterlesen >>>


UNO-Wahlhelferin bei Anschlag in Afghanistan getötet - Auto fuhr auf Mine

(08.07.2004)

Kabul - Bei einem Anschlag in Afghanistan ist am Donnerstag eine Wahlhelferin der UNO getötet worden.  weiterlesen >>>


Annan to Address Landmines Meeting in Nairobi (Kenya)

(06.07.2004)

NAIROBI, United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan will address a major conference on landmines, in Nairobi, on November 29. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine kills 13 in Nepal

(06.07.2004)

KATHMANDU, Twelve police and a civilian were killed yesterday when a police vehicle tripped a landmine planted by Maoist rebels in southern Nepal. weiterlesen >>>


Indian army vehicle hits landmine, two wounded

(05.07.2004)

NEW DELHI, Suspected militants set off a landmine in Kashmir on Monday wounding two people, after a string of attacks over the weekend that left more than fifty people wounded. weiterlesen >>>


Blutbad in Nepal: 12 Polizisten von Rebellen getötet

(05.07.2004)

Kathmandu, Zwölf Polizisten und ein Zivilist sind am Montag bei einem Anschlag maoistischer Rebellen in Nepal getötet worden. Nach Angaben des Innenministeriums fuhr der Wagen der Sicherheitskräfte nahe dem Dorf Bindhibasini südlich der Hauptstadt Kathmandu auf eine Landmine. weiterlesen >>>


Violence in Kashmir kills at least 22 people

(03.07.2004)

Six policemen were killed when their vehicle, which was escorting a member of Parliament from the ruling Congress party, ran over a land mine south of Srinagar. weiterlesen >>>


Six police killed in attack on Congress leaders in Kashmir

(02.07.2004)

Newly elected Congress MP Lal Singh and legislator Ghulam Mohammad Saroori escaped an assassination bid when guerrillas detonated a landmine in Jammu and Kashmir Friday, killing six policemen and injuring several others.  weiterlesen >>>


Gunmen seize landmine workers in Somalia-officials

(01.07.2004)

MOGADISHU - Armed men kidnapped five employees of an international demining agency on the border between Somalia's warring breakaway territories of Puntland and Somaliland, officials said Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Mine field blasts kill five (Colombia)

(30.06.2004)

Rebel mine field explosions killed five people in Colombia, including three counterinsurgency troops, army officials said today. weiterlesen >>>


Human Rights Watch urges US Congress to block Pentagon cluster bomb order

(30.06.2004)

WASHINGTON, Human Rights Watch urged the US Congress on Tuesday to reject a Pentagon request for thousands of cluster munitions, deemed responsible for many civilian deaths in the invasion of Iraq. weiterlesen >>>


Two french peacekeepers injured by landmine in Afghanistan

(29.06.2004)

KABUL Two French peacekeepers were injured Tuesday when a soldier stepped on a landmine during an operation north of Kabul, an official said. weiterlesen >>>


Anti-tank mine kills five Cambodians

(29.06.2004)

PHNOM PENH Five people were killed in northwestern Cambodia when an open-air truck in which they were travelling hit an anti-tank mine, police said Tuesday. weiterlesen >>>


Kroatien: Ein Mann getötet, eine Frau schwer verletzt

(28.06.2004)

Sie wurden Opfer der Explosion einer Landmine in der Umgebung einer Badestelle nahe Slavonski Brod.


Man killed, woman seriously wounded in land mine blast in Croatia

(28.06.2004)

A man lost this life and a woman was seriously wounded in the explosion of a land mine in the vicinity of the bathing place on the left bank of the Sava river in the eastern Croatian city of Slavonski Brod at about 1930 [1730 gmt] Sunday [27 June]. weiterlesen >>>


Bassajews Spuren in Inguschetien

(27.06.2004)

Für den Grossangriff von Rebellen in Russlands Teilrepublik Inguschetien machen viele den tschetschenischen Guerillaführer Schamil Bassajew verantwortlich - mit einigem Grund.  weiterlesen >>>


Fünf private Firmen wollen Zyperns Pufferzone von Minen befreien

(27.06.2004)

Die Europäische Union stellt 5 Millionen Euro zur Minenräumung in der von den Vereinten Nationen überwachten Pufferzone zur Verfügung. Auf acht griechisch-zypriotischen Minenfeldern sollen 1.024 Anti-Personenminen und 1.759 Anti-Fahrzeugminen liegen.


Private firms tender for buffer zone demining (Cyprus)

(27.06.2004)

FIVE private companies have responded to a tender for demining the UN-controlled buffer zone as the European Union has earmarked 5m euro over the next two years for the job.  weiterlesen >>>


Army officer killed, 4 injured in mine explosions in Jammu and Kashmir

(27.06.2004)

An army officer was killed and four others wounded in two landmine blasts in northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir since Friday night, official sources said here on Saturday. weiterlesen >>>


7 wounded by landmine in central Nepal

(27.06.2004)

At least seven people were wounded Sunday in a landmine explosion triggered by the anti- government guerrillas in central Nepal, police said.  weiterlesen >>>


Fünf Minenopfer in Kaschmir

(26.06.2004)

Ein Militär wurde getötet, vier weitere verletzt bei der Explosion einer Landmine an der Indisch-Pakistanischen Waffenstillstandslinie in Kaschmir.


Landmine in Nord-Afghanistan entschärft

(26.06.2004)

In der Provinz Kundus haben die internationalen Streitkräfte eine Landmine an der Strasse Kunduz - Sherkhan Port sowie Sprengsätze in einem Krankenhaus entschärft.


Explosives, landmine defused in northern Afghanistan

(26.06.2004)

Security officials discovered and defused some explosives placed in a hospital in the vicinity of Konduz [Province] yesterday. In addition, the International Security Assistance Force based in the province discovered and defused a mine planted on the Konduz-Sherkhan Port Road. weiterlesen >>>


Gewalt im muslimischen Süden Thailands

(25.06.2004)

Die südlichen Grenzregionen zu Malaysia sind seit geraumer Zeit eine Unruhregion, in der Häuser angezündet und Sicherheitskräfte angegriffen werden. Dabei wurden Polizisten bereits durch Landminen verletzt.


Violence in the south (Thailand, Malaysia)

(25.06.2004)

Malaysia has experience in dealing with Muslim radicals and wanted to share it with Thailand to help solve problems along the common border. weiterlesen >>>


Japan stellt 350.000 US-Dollar für Minenräumung in Angola zur Verfügung

(24.06.2004)

Die Summe wird der britischen Minenräumorganisation HALO Trust zur Minenräumung in den zentralen Provinzen Benguela und Huambo zur Verfügung gestellt.


Tajikistan beginnt mit Minenräumung an der Grenze zu Afghanistan

(24.06.2004)

Rund 16.000 Landminen sollen in einem 2.500 Quadratkilometer großen Gebiet im Süden des Landes liegen. Bis 2008 soll die Räumung abgeschlossen sein. Die Kosten werden auf 11 Millionen Euro geschätzt.


Mob attackiert Minenräumer in Sri Lanka

(24.06.2004)

Büros der seit 2002 in Sri Lanka arbeitenden britischen Minenräumorganisation HALO Trust sind im Norden des Landes angegriffen worden. Fahrzeuge wurden in Brand gesetzt und Wachleute verletzt.


Japanese Embassy Grants Usd 350,000 for Demining Process in Angola

(24.06.2004)

The Japanese embassy in Angola has made available on Thursday here 350.000 US Dollars to support demining activities which will be developed by the British Non-Governmental Organization "Hallo Trust" in the central provinces of Benguela and Huambo, a source with the institution has announced. weiterlesen >>>


Mob attacks Sri Lanka offices of demining charity

(24.06.2004)

A mob attacked the northern Sri Lanka offices of British-based demining organisation HALO Trust, setting fire to vehicles and wounding guards, officials from the charity said on Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Australia announces land-mine aid for Cambodia

(24.06.2004)

The Australian government has announced a 2.6m-Australian-dollar package of assistance to support land-mine action and the victims of mines in Cambodia. weiterlesen >>>


Tajikistan begins clearing mines from Afghan border

(24.06.2004)

Tajik sappers began late Thursday to clear mines from a stretch of the Tajik-Afghan border laid by Russian border guards under an agreement during the 1992-1997 Tajik civil war, Tajik officials said. weiterlesen >>>


Two minors succumb to blast injuries (Nepal)

(24.06.2004)

Two children who were badly injured when a bomb left carelessly by the Maoists went off at Kulekhani, Makwanpur district on Wednesday died Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


Vier Taliban bei Kämpfen mit US-Truppen getötet

(24.06.2004)

Am Mittwochmorgen sind fünf afghanische Soldaten in der Provinz Kandahar umgekommen, als ihr Fahrzeug durch eine ferngezündete Mine zerstört wurde. weiterlesen >>>


Polizisten durch Landmine in Indien getötet

(23.06.2004)

Mindestens sieben Polizisten sind durch die Landmine Aufständischer im ostindischen Jharkhand getötet worden.


Five Afghan soldiers killed in blast in south

(23.06.2004)

Five Afghan soldiers were killed and two wounded on Wednesday when their vehicle was hit by an explosive device in an attack that Afghan officials blamed on the ousted Taliban. weiterlesen >>>