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Das Danger Mines Zeichen mit Totenkopf und Schriftzug.

Indien: Vier Menschen sterben durch LAndmine

(22.02.2018)

In Indiens Bundesstaat Meghalaya sind ein Politiker und 3 weitere Menschen durch die Explosion einer Landmine gestorben. In der Region kommt es immer wieder zu tödlichen Unfällen mit Landminen. (auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Das Danger Mines Zeichen mit Totenkopf und Schriftzug.

Mali: Fünf Menschen sterben durch Landmine

(12.02.2018)

Ein Personentransporter löste am vergangenen Freitag die Explosion einer Landmine aus. Dabei starben 5 Menschen, mindestens 18 weitere wurden verletzt. Erst vor ein paar Wochen waren bei einer Landminenexplosion 24 Menschen gestorben. (auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Das Danger Mines Zeichen mit Totenkopf und Schriftzug.

Syrien: Allein in Raqqa jede Woche 60-70 Opfer von Landminen

(08.02.2018)

Nach und nach kehrt die Bevölkerung in das einst vom IS besetzte und danach während der Befreiung schwer bombardierte Raqqa zurück. Doch unzählige Landminen und explosiven Kriegsreste bedrohen täglich ihr Leben. (auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Mehrere Frauen schauen sich Flyer zur Aufklärung an.

Deutschland: Junge Angolanerin erhält kostenlose Behandlung

(06.02.2018)

Ein junges Mädchen aus Angola, das durch eine Landmine schwer verletzt wurde, wird bereits seit Ende 2016 kostenlos in Parchim in Norddeutschland behandelt. Dank einer Kooperation zwischen Friedensdorf International und der Asklepios Klinik werden jedes Jahr zwei schwerverletzte Kinder kostenlos behandelt.  weiterlesen >>>


Mehrere Bomben und Mörsergranaten liegen auf sandigem Boden.

Libyen: 200 Tonnen explosive Kriegsreste zerstört

(04.02.2018)

Die Entminungsagentur der Vereinten Nationen UNMAS hat in Libyen erfolgreich 200 Tonnen diverser explosiver Kriegsreste zerstört. Zu diesen Resten gehören nicht explodierte Raketen, Granaten, Streubomben und auch professionelle und selbst-hergestellte Landminen. (auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Das Danger Mines Zeichen mit Totenkopf und Schriftzug.

Pakistan: Sechs Familienmitglieder sterben durch Landmine

(31.01.2018)

In der pakistanischen Provinz Kurram Agency wurden die Insassen eine Fahrzeugs getötet, als dieses über eine Landmine fuhr und diese zum Explodieren brachte. Die Region liegt an der Grenze zu Afghanistan und Todesfällen durch Landminen passieren hier sehr häufig. (auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Das Danger Mines Zeichen mit Totenkopf und Schriftzug.

Somalia: Landminen-Angriff auf AU Friedenswächter

(30.01.2018)

Friedenswächter der Afrikanischen Union aus Djibouti wurden am Montag zur Zielscheibe der islamistischen Al Shabaab-Milizen. Als der Konvoi der Friedenswächter über einen improvisierten Sprengsatz der Milizen fuhr, explodierte dieser. Über die Anzahl der Opfer ist nichts bekannt. weiterlesen >>>


Das Danger Mines Zeichen mit Totenkopf und Schriftzug.

Mali: 24 Menschen sterben bei Explosion von Landmine

(26.01.2018)

Der tragische Unfall ereignete sich, als ein Passagierbus über eine Landmine fuhr und diese zum Explodieren brachte. Der Bus war laut Medienberichten im Grenzgebiet zu Burkina Faso unterwegs. (auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Regierung verteidigt Körperscanner-Kauf

(23.08.2010)

Der Vorwurf, die Körperscanner-Firma würde auch Streubomben herstellen, stimme nicht, so die Regierung. Die Testphase startet wie geplant. In der Diskussion um die Lieferung von zwei Körperscannern durch eine US-Firma hält die Bundesregierung Berichte über eine angebliche Beteiligung des Unternehmens an der Herstellung von Streubomben für widerlegt. Der Lieferant EAS Envimet und der Hersteller L3 Communications hätten den Vorwurf in eigens angeforderten verbindlichen Erklärungen zurückgewiesen, teilte das Bundesinnenministerium mit. Es gebe daher keinen Grund, von dem Kaufvertrag zurückzutreten.  weiterlesen >>>


Mindestens 20 Tote bei Selbstmordanschlag in Pakistan

(22.08.2010)

Peshawar - Bei einem Selbstmordanschlag in den unruhigen Stammesgebieten im Nordwesten Pakistans sind mindestens 20 Menschen getötet worden. Der Attentäter sprengte sich nach Angaben der örtlichen Behörden in einer Moschee in der Stadt Wana in Süd-Waziristan in die Luft. Mindestens 40 weitere Menschen wurden demnach verletzt. weiterlesen >>>


Maoist squad member arrested in West Midnapore

(18.08.2010)

Kolkata: A Maoist squad member was arrested in West Bengal's West Midnapore district Thursday, police said. "Haren Pal was an active member of Communist Party of India-Maoists' (CPI-Maoist) area commandant Madan Mahato's squad. The squad was responsible for carrying out operations in Belpahari area of the district," Jhargram Police Superintendent Praveen Tripathi said.  weiterlesen >>>


Unterrichtung durch das Europäische Parlament Entschließung des Europäischen Parlaments vom 8. Juli 2010 zum Inkrafttreten des Übereinkommens über Streumunition (CCM) und zur Rolle der EU

(17.08.2010)

Zugeleitet mit Schreiben des Generalsekretärs des Europäischen Parlaments - 108845 - vom 21. Juli 2010. Das Europäische Parlament hat die Entschließung in der Sitzung am 8. Juli 2010 angenommen. Drucksache 513/10 - 2 -  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine injuries at the Emergency Management Center in Erbil, Iraq

(17.08.2010)

Landmines can cause death, injury and disability in addition to many indirect public health consequences. This study aimed at understanding the trends, demography and other epidemiological characteristics of hospitalized landmine injured patients in Erbil governorate. weiterlesen >>>


Rentengeld für Streubomben?

(17.08.2010)

Die Produzenten von Streubombem werden auch dank der Luxemburger Rentenkasse finanziert. ."Déi Lénk" zeigt sich in einer Pressemitteilung schockiert darüber, dass der "Fonds de compensation" der Sozialversicherung, der die Rentenreserve verwaltet, Aktien an Firmen besitzt, die Streubomben und Streumunition herstellen.  weiterlesen >>>


Caritas und Diakonie kritisieren Kürzung von Hilfsgeldern

(17.08.2010)

Berlin (epo.de). - Caritas international und Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe haben die Kürzung von Hilfsgeldern durch das Auswärtige Amt kritisiert. Anlässlich des Tages der Humanitären Hilfe (19. August) bezeichneten die beiden christlichen Hilfswerke die Kürzung des Haushaltstitels für Humanitäre Hilfe um 20 Prozent von 96 auf 76,8 Millionen Euro als "falschen Schritt angesichts weltweit wachsender Not".  weiterlesen >>>


Leading the battle against landmines

(17.08.2010)

A PERSHORE businessman is to play a major role in the battle against landmines.  weiterlesen >>>


Preston Brook recruitment firm joins war on unexploded weapons (Greatbritain)

(17.08.2010)

RUNCORN-based recruitment specialists are backing a drive to end the scourge of battle ravaged land. Executive search business RMG has joined forces with North West business leaders in the Mag-net network - an offshoot of the Mines Advisory Group (Mag), which clears current and former conflict zones of the unexploded remnants of war. These include landmines, rockets, missiles, mortars and grenades. It also deals with abandoned guns and ammunition. weiterlesen >>>


Pope Praises Ban On Cluster Munitions (Italy)

(17.08.2010)

Pope Benedict XVI praised the 108 nations that have adopted a treaty banning the stockpiling and use of cluster bombs and encouraged other nations to follow suit "for the defense of human dignity and human life." weiterlesen >>>


Angolan landmines kill 166 people in four years (Angola)

(17.08.2010)

LUANDA - Landmines left behind by Angola's three-decade long civil war have killed 166 people and injured hundreds more in the last four years, a study showed on Monday. The war, which turned into one of the longest Cold War conflicts, resulted in half a million dead and hundreds of thousands of landmine injuries. Angola still has the largest number of landmines in the world after Afghanistan. weiterlesen >>>


View From Laos: U.S. Ducks Cluster Bomb Ban as Laotians Still Die From Buried U.S. Explosives (Laos)

(17.08.2010)

Vietnam-Era U.S. Bombs Still Kill, but U.S. Refuses to Join Ban That Took Effect This Month KHANGPHANIENA VILLAGE, Laos,  weiterlesen >>>


Usd 8.0 million spent in landmine victims assistance (Angola)

(17.08.2010)

Luanda ' The Angolan Government has disbursed Usd 8.0 million to assist landmine disabled people for the period 2010-2011, reads a paper distributed to Angop today by the National Inter-sectorial Commission for Demining and Humanitarian Assistance (CNIDAH). weiterlesen >>>


Laos Takes Centre Stage in Cluster Bombs Treaty (Thailand)

(17.08.2010)

BANGKOK - After being relegated to the shadows for decades by its more powerful neighbours, Laos is finally taking the lead role in a global campaign to ban the use of cluster bombs. weiterlesen >>>


Iraq Hopes To Clear Millions Of Unexploded Bombs, Mines (Iraq)

(17.08.2010)

BAGHDAD -- An Iraqi government official says the country hopes to have the millions of unexploded cluster bombs and land mines leftover from wars in the last 20 years cleared by 2018, RFE/RL's Radio Free Iraq reports. weiterlesen >>>


Dozens of North Korean land mines wash ashore in South Korea, killing one man and injuring another (North- and South Korea)

(17.08.2010)

South Korean Army soldiers search for land mines near the demilitarized zone that separates the two Koreas. A deadly menace washed up on the shores of South Korea this weekend: land mines from North Korea, still packed with explosives. weiterlesen >>>


Megabanks Sumitomo Mitsui and Tokyo-Mitsubishi ban financing of cluster bomb production (Japan)

(17.08.2010)

The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd. and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp. have banned lending and investment financing for the production of cluster bombs, the Mainichi has learned. weiterlesen >>>


Cluster Munitions Treaty to Take Effect Sunday

(17.08.2010)

The Convention on Cluster Munitions goes into force Sunday, August 1, with 107 signatories agreeing to ban the use of cluster munitions.  weiterlesen >>>


Cluster casualties continue (Lao PDR)

(17.08.2010)

The upcoming ban on cluster munitions, which will enter into force on 1 August, has not lessened the need for unexploded ordnance (UXO) clearance to continue.  weiterlesen >>>


Körperscanner-Einsatz fraglich

(17.08.2010)

RÜSTUNGSINDUSTRIE Testlauf für Nacktscanner durch die Bundespolizei am Hamburger Flughafen steht wegen des dubiosen Herstellers auf der Kippe Der Einsatz der umstrittenen Nacktscanner durch die Bundespolizei am Hamburger Flughafen Ende September wird nun in Frage gestellt. Grund dafür ist, dass das Bundesinnenministerium ins Schlingern geraten ist, da die Geräte nach Medienberichten von der US-Firma L3 Communications and Detection Systems hergestellt werden, deren Mutterkonzern Streubomben produziert. weiterlesen >>>


Bundesregierung wegen Körperscannern in der Kritik

(17.08.2010)

Der Kauf von zwei Körperscanner-Testgeräten hat die Bundesregierung in die Kritik gebracht, denn der Hersteller gehört zu dem US-Konzern L3, der international geächtete Streubomben produziert. Das Innenministerium kündigte nach Vorwürfen von Nichtregierungsorganisationen an, die Auflösung des Liefervertrags für die Körperscanner zu prüfen. Die Bundespolizei will mit den Scannern demnächst auf dem Hamburger Flughafen testweise Passagiere auf gefährliche Gegenstände durchleuchten. weiterlesen >>>


Fünf Tote bei mutmaßlichem Maoisten-Anschlag (Indien)

(17.08.2010)

Fünf Menschen sind im Osten Indiens bei der Explosion eines Kleinbusses gestorben weiterlesen >>>


Hunderte Soldaten suchen Grenze zu Nordkorea nach Minen ab (Nord-und Südkorea)

(17.08.2010)

Seoul - Nach der tödlichen Explosion einer im Wasser treibenden Landmine haben tausend südkoreanische Soldaten nach weiteren Bomben in der Grenzregion zu Nordkorea gesucht. weiterlesen >>>


Bundesregierung wegen Körperscannern in der Kritik

(17.08.2010)

Der Kauf von zwei Körperscanner-Testgeräten hat die Bundesregierung in die Kritik gebracht, denn der Hersteller gehört zu dem US-Konzern L3, der international geächtete Streubomben produziert weiterlesen >>>


Streubomben-Verbot gilt nicht für Großmächte

(17.08.2010)

Am 1. August tritt das Abkommen über ein Verbot von Streumunition in Kraft. Die USA, Russland und China sperren sich dagegen Menschenrechtsorganisationen sehen dennoch Fortschritte, vor allem für die Opfer. weiterlesen >>>


Zollitsch kritisiert deutsche Rüstungsexporte (Deutschland)

(17.08.2010)

Freiburg - Der Vorsitzende der deutschen Bischofskonferenz, der Freiburger Erzbischof Robert Zollitsch, hat die Rolle Deutschlands als drittgrößter Rüstungsexporteur der Welt kritisiert. weiterlesen >>>


NY Times Cites Allegations of US Cluster Munition Use in Yemen

(16.08.2010)

This week the New York Times cited Amnesty International's allegations that the US used cluster munitions in a strike in Yemen in December 2009. The article also references a Yemeni parliamentary committee inquiry, which found that the strike, that claimed to target militants, killed over 40 civilians at the time. The inquiry claimed an additional 12 casualties (three killed, nine injured) were caused by unexploded ordnance after the strike. The Yemeni government has denied the allegations. weiterlesen >>>


Streubomben-Verbot gilt nicht für Großmächte

(15.08.2010)

Am 1. August tritt das Abkommen über ein Verbot von Streumunition in Kraft. Die USA, Russland und China sperren sich dagegen Menschenrechtsorganisationen sehen dennoch Fortschritte, vor allem für die Opfer. weiterlesen >>>


Germany Under Fire for Doing Business with Cluster Bomb Producer

(10.08.2010)

Germany's interior ministry is facing criticism for buying airport body scanners from the subsidiary of a US company known to produce internationally banned cluster munitions. But it looks unlikely to cancel the deal.  weiterlesen >>>


VERBOTSVERTRAG FÜR STREUMUNITION VERDIENST DER ZIVILGESELLSCHAFT - Abrüstung in Lichtgeschwindigkeit - NRO wurden bedeutende Akteure der humanitären Rüstungskontrolle

(31.07.2010)

Deutsche Nichtregierungsorganisationen begrüßen die am 1.8. 2010 in Kraft tretende Verbotskonvention für Streumunition und unterstreichen die Rolle der Zivilgesellschaft beim Zustandekommen dieses Verbotsvertrages. weiterlesen >>>


VERBOTSVERTRAG FÜR STREUMUNITION TRITT IN KRAFT

(29.07.2010)

(Berlin, 29.7.2010) Am 1.8. 2010 tritt die Konvention zu Streumunition in Kraft. Bislang haben 107 Staaten die Konvention unterzeichnet. Die völkerrechtlich verbindliche Konvention sieht ein vollständiges Verbot aller bislang eingesetzten Streumunitionen vor und beinhaltet umfassende humanitäre Verpflichtungen in Bezug auf Opferhilfe und die Räumung von Blindgängern. Streumunitionen haben bislang vermutlich über 100.000 Opfer gefordert. weiterlesen >>>


Presseerklärung HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL

(14.07.2010)

Landminen und Streubomben warten gerne. Die Opfer nicht.  weiterlesen >>>


Roadside bombs kill eight Afghan civilians

(11.07.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 12 July 2010 - Roadside bombs ripped through two vehicles Monday in southern Afghanistan, killing eight civilians and wounding seven others, police said. weiterlesen >>>


Italy Supports Demining Process

(11.07.2010)

(ANGOLA) 12 July 2010 - The Italian ambassador to Angola, Giuseppe Mistreta expressed on Friday in Luanda his country's intention to continue supporting the demining programme in Angola with the offer in the coming days of 150.000 Euros. weiterlesen >>>


80 pct of bombs in Afghan war 'made from banned fertiliser'

(11.07.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 12 July 2010 - The overwhelming majority of the bombs used to devastating effect by the Taliban in Afghanistan are made from a fertiliser that has been banned by the Kabul government, the defence ministry said Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Cop killed in Bara

(10.07.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 11 July 2010 - A soldier of the Frontier Corps (FC) was killed in an explosion caused by an improvised explosive device (IED) in Bara tehsil in Khyber Agency on Saturday, official sources said. weiterlesen >>>


3 Soldiers die in rebel mine field in Colombia

(10.07.2010)

(COLOMBIA) 11 July 2010 -Three soldiers were killed and one was wounded when they entered a FARC mine field near Puerto Rondon, a city in the Colombian province of Arauca, the army said. weiterlesen >>>


Iraqi soldier killed in Mosul blast

(10.07.2010)

(IRAQ) 11 July 2010 - Text of report in English by privately-owned Aswat al-Iraq news agency website weiterlesen >>>


5 NATO soldiers killed in Afghanistan

(09.07.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 10 July 2010 - Taliban linked activities claimed the lives of five NATO soldiers in Afghanistan on Saturday, a statement released by the military alliance said.  weiterlesen >>>


Cambodia destroys more than 80,000 mines in 6 months

(08.07.2010)

(CAMBODIA) 9 July 2010 -Cambodia has destroyed more than 80,000 landmines and other unexploded ordinances (UXO) in six months period this year, a landmine authority official said Friday.  weiterlesen >>>


Soldier hurt in IED blast

(08.07.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 9 July 2010 - A soldier sustained serious injuries in a roadside bomb blast in Chinari in Safi subdivision of Mohmand Agency on Thursday, official sources said. weiterlesen >>>


Civilian killed, 2 wounded by IED in Diala

(06.07.2010)

(IRAQ) 7 July 2010 - One civilian was killed and two more were wounded Wednesday by an improvised explosive device blast in north of Baaquba, a police source said. weiterlesen >>>


Military Equipments Recover by Sri Lankan Troops In Vanni

(06.07.2010)

(SRI LANKA) 7 July 2010 - The Media Centre for National Security issued the following situation report: weiterlesen >>>


Lashkar member killed, two troops hurt in Mohmand

(05.07.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 6 July 2010 - A volunteer of the pro-government peace committee (Lashkar) was killed and two soldiers sustained injuries in a landmine blast weiterlesen >>>


FRANCE. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL AND HANDICAP INTERNATIONAL WELCOME THE PROHIBITION OF DIRECT AND INDIRECT FINANCING ON CLUSTER MUNITIONS

(05.07.2010)

(Paris) July 6, 2010 - France announced today that direct and indirect financing of the production or trade of cluster munitions is forbidden by French law. Amnesty International France and Handicap International, who have campaigned for several years on this issue, welcome this prohibition.  weiterlesen >>>


4 372 unexploded mines and munitions found and disarmed last month in Azerbaijan

(05.07.2010)

(AZERBAIJAN) 6 July 2010 - 2 245 923 square meters of territory was cleared of mines and explosives in Azerbaijan in June, 2010, press service of the Azerbaijan National Agency for Mine Actions (ANAMA) told APA. weiterlesen >>>


NATO soldiers killed in IED attacks in Afghanistan

(05.07.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 6 July 2010 - Another five soldiers with the NATO- led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) were killed in separate Improvised Explosive Device (IED) attacks in Afghanistan' s southern provinces and western region, bringing to six the number of military casualties in a single day on Monday, ISAF said in a press release on Tuesday. weiterlesen >>>


Rubber tapper killed by landmine

(05.07.2010)

(THAILAND) 6 July 2010 - A rubber tapper was killed by a landmine while working in a rubber plantation in Yala's Thanto district on Tuesday morning, police said. weiterlesen >>>


ANAMA Completes Clearing Of Mines From Lands Along Oil And Gas Pipelines

(05.07.2010)

(AZERBAIJAN) 6 July 2010 - During June 2010, an area of 2,245,923 square meters was cleared of mines and unexploded ordnance.  weiterlesen >>>


Aktionsemblem Beat the drum to ban cluster muntion bestehend aus einer Trommel und der Darstellung des Schalls eines Trommelschlags. Der Schall erinnert jedoch auch an eine Explosionswelle, die ein Explosivkörper erzeugt.

Motto "Beat the drum to ban cluster bombs" zu begrüßen

(04.07.2010)

Aus diesem Anlass trommelt Handicap International gemeinsam mit Partnern weltweit für die Umsetzung des Verbots von Streumunition. weiterlesen >>>


Three die in Kohat blast

(04.07.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 5 July 2010 - Three persons, including a minor, were killed and three others sustained injuries in a roadside blast in Jawakai area in the Frontier Region (FR) Kohat on Sunday, official and tribal sources said. weiterlesen >>>


Four ADF soldiers were injured when their vehicle struck an IED on Saturday

(04.07.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 5 July 2010 - Four ADF soldiers were injured when their vehicle struck an IED on Saturday with another two injured on Friday weiterlesen >>>


Five killed, five injured in separate incidents across Afghanistan

(03.07.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 4 July 2010 - Five people have been killed and five others injured in separate incidents. According to the details, five people were killed and five others injured in separate incidents in Ghowr, Kapisa, Nimroz and Herat provinces. weiterlesen >>>


4 soldiers martyred in landmine blast

(03.07.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 4 July 2010 - Four security personnel were martyred and nine others sustained injuries when their convoy hit a landmine in Khyber Agency while 10 militants were killed in fresh clashes between the insurgents and security forces in Orakzai Agency on Saturday. weiterlesen >>>


Soldier killed in landmine explosion

(02.07.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 3 July 2010 - GHALANAI: One soldier was killed in a landmine explosion in Safi tehsil of Mohmand Agency while security forces shot dead a militant during a search operation in Matta area of Swat district. weiterlesen >>>


Search operations carry on

(02.07.2010)

(SRI LANKA) 3 July 2010 - The Media Centre for National Security issued the following news release:  weiterlesen >>>


An Australian soldier has been wounded by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan

(01.07.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 2 July 2010 - An Australian soldier has been wounded by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan weiterlesen >>>


Troop injured in mine blast

(01.07.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 2 July 2010 - A security force member was injured in a landmine blast near in Lakro in the suburbs of Safi tehsil on Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Children plant bombs in a growing threat from Taliban

(01.07.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 2 July 2010 -The marines of Taunton's 40 Commando are fighting a war against a growing army of children being recruited to do the Taliban's dirty work. weiterlesen >>>


Jawan injured in mine blast in Mendhar

(29.06.2010)

(INDIA) 30 June 2010 - An army jawan was today injured in a landmine blast near the LoC in Mendhar area of Poonch district. weiterlesen >>>


Clearing the way

(29.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 30 June 2010 - Better known for defusing bombs in Iraq in the Oscar-winning film 'The Hurt Locker', actor Jeremy Renner has braved a live minefield in Afghanistan to draw attention to the tireless work of clearing mines that kill and maim long after being buried. weiterlesen >>>


One injured in mine blast

(28.06.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 29 June 2010 - A labourer was seriously injured in landmine explosion in Danger Mela at Alizai area in Lower Kurram Agency on Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine blast kills 2

(27.06.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 28 June 2010 - At least two persons were killed when they hit a landmine in Pirkoh area of Dera Bugti on Sunday, police said. weiterlesen >>>


Over 120 antipersonnel mines destroyed in Transbaikal

(21.06.2010)

(RUSSIA) 22 June 2010 - More than 120 antipersonnel mines were destroyed in Transbaikal. As ITAR-TASS learnt at the press service of the territorial Federal Security Service (FSB) Department, a resident of the village of Daurskoye found one of them when he was gathering scrap metal on the territory of former military depots. weiterlesen >>>


Afghan MP accuses Iran of widely supporting insurgency across Afghanistan

(20.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 21 June 2010 - Text of report by Afghan independent Tolo TV  weiterlesen >>>


Nine Soldiers Killed in Afghanistan

(20.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 21 June 2010 - KABUL-Nine coalition soldiers died Monday in a spate of attacks in southern and eastern Afghanistan and in a helicopter crash, in one of the deadliest days this month for allied forces. weiterlesen >>>


Combat engineer killed by IED in Afghanistan

(20.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 21 June 2010 - KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, - Sgt. James MacNeil of Glace Bay, N.S., was killed Monday morning while on a foot patrol in Nakhoney weiterlesen >>>


Havaldar killed in mine blast

(19.06.2010)

(INDIA) 20 June 2010 - An army havaldar was killed in a landmine blast near the Line of Control (LoC) at Mendhar in Poonch in the wee hours of Saturday morning.  weiterlesen >>>


6 wounded in two separate blasts in Mosul

(18.06.2010)

(IRAQ) 19 June 2010 - Six people, including two policemen, were wounded in two separate bombing attacks in central Mosul city on Saturday, according to a local security source in Ninewa weiterlesen >>>


Physicists assemble low cost, high tech landmine detector

(16.06.2010)

(UNITED STATES) 17 June 2010 - Physicists have assembled a low-cost yet high-tech mine detector. weiterlesen >>>


Roadside bombs: weapons of the weak

(16.06.2010)

(UNITED KINGDOM) 17 June 2010 - James Denselow: IEDs, which accounted for three-quarters of British deaths in Afghanistan last year, may make the war impossible to win Immortalised in popular culture by the Oscar-winning film The Hurt Locker, improvised explosive devices (IEDs) are the ideal metaphor for the American-led wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. weiterlesen >>>


Security Forces Continue Search Operations in the North

(16.06.2010)

(SRI LANKA) 17 June 2010 - The Sri Lanka Ministry of Defence issued the following news release: weiterlesen >>>


NATO soldier killed in Afghanistan

(16.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 17 June 2010 - A homemade bomb killed a NATO soldier in the south of Afghanistan, the alliance announced Thursday, the third death in one day as the toll for foreign forces in the country continues to mount. weiterlesen >>>


Pakistan: Man dies in landmine explosion

(14.06.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 15 June 2010 -A man died in a landmine explosion in Jaffarabad district on Monday morning. weiterlesen >>>


Soldier from Batesville dies in Iraq when IED explodes near patrol

(13.06.2010)

(IRAQ) 14 June 2010 - LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas Sen. Blanche Lincoln says a 23-year-old soldier from Batesville has been killed in Iraq. weiterlesen >>>


Pakistan: Man killed in Jaffarabad landmine blast

(13.06.2010)

(PAKISTAN) 14 June 2010 - A man was killed in a landmine blast which occurred at Goth Jhani area of Jaffarabad, Monday.  weiterlesen >>>


2 Yemeni soldiers killed in defusing landmine in south

(13.06.2010)

(YEMEN) 14 June 2010 - Two Yemeni soldiers were killed and three others were wounded on Sunday  weiterlesen >>>


Taleban report attacks on US forces in Afghan south

(13.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 14 June 2010 - Text of report by Afghan Taleban Voice of Jihad website on 14 June weiterlesen >>>


Two people die in mine explosion in Somali capital

(13.06.2010)

(SOMALIA) 14 June 2010 - Text of report by privately-owned Somali Radio Simba website on 14 June weiterlesen >>>


2 Yemeni soldiers killed in defusing landmine in south

(13.06.2010)

(SANAA) June 14, 2010 - Two Yemeni soldiers were killed and three others were wounded on Sunday when defusing a landmine near a military camp in Yemen's southern province of al-Dhalee, security officials said. weiterlesen >>>


New Zealanders destroy seized weapons caches

(13.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 14 June 2010 - Members of New Zealand's provincial reconstruction team in Afghanistan have destroyed more weapons caches from their most recent seizures. weiterlesen >>>


Polish soldier, 4 Afghan cops killed

(12.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 13 June 2010 KANDAHAR: weiterlesen >>>


Turkish soldiers injured by another landmine

(11.06.2010)

(ANKARA) June 12, 2010 - Three soldiers were injured on Saturday when a mine believed to have been planted by the terrorist Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) blew up in southeast Turkey. It happened near the town of Baskale, in Hakkari province, the Anadolu news agency reported.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine injures 3 policemen in al-Qaem

(09.06.2010)

(IRAQ) 10 June 2010 - Three policemen were wounded on Thursday in a landmine explosion in al-Qaem in western Anbar, a police source said. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine explodes while being defused, 1 injured

(09.06.2010)

(INDIA) 10 June 2010 - A bomb squad constable was tonight injured when a landmine exploded while being defused at Nagayalanka police station of Krishna district. weiterlesen >>>


Laser sniffs out bombs

(09.06.2010)

(UNITED KINGDOM) 10 June 2010 - A LOW-COST laser that can detect hidden explosives and could lead to improved airport security has been developed, researchers said yesterday. weiterlesen >>>


Yemen: Missile, cluster munitions & US role

(08.06.2010)

Amnesty International has today released images of a US-manufactured cruise missile that carried cluster munitions, apparently taken following an attack on an alleged al-Qa'ida training camp in Yemen that killed 41 local residents, including 14 women and 21 children. weiterlesen >>>


Canadian soldier killed in Afghanistan

(08.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 9 June 2010 - A Canadian soldier has been killed after an improvised explosive device (IED) detonated while he was on a foot patrol in Afghanistan's Kandahar province. weiterlesen >>>


10 NATO troops killed in Afghanistan

(08.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 9 June 2010 - Ten servicemen with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) for Afghanistan were killed in separate incidents on Monday, the alliance said. weiterlesen >>>


Tamil party seeks int'l help for displaced returnees

(08.06.2010)

(SRI LANKA) 9 June 2010 - Sri Lanka's main Tamil minority party Tamil National Alliance (TNA) on Wednesday called for sustained international attention on the plight of war displaced civilians who have just returned to their homes used to be battle zones. weiterlesen >>>


Italy moves towards disarmament

(08.06.2010)

The 'Italian Campaign Against Landmines' has presented a bill that stops banks from financing landmines and cluster bomb industries. This is being seen as a significant step to ensure that industries operating in the national territory of Italy would not produce explosive devices, munitions and cluster submunitions. weiterlesen >>>


International plea to join cluster bomb ban

(08.06.2010)

(Chile) June 9, 2010 - A global effort to ban cluster bombs has gained the signatures of 106 countries, but 70 more have yet to sign on with only weeks to go before the ban goes into effect on Aug. 1. weiterlesen >>>


CHAD: What's happening in the north?

(07.06.2010)

(N'DJAMENA) 8 June 2010 ' BET, the acronym for the three northern regions of Chad ' Borkou, Ennedi and Tibesti ' comes up regularly in meetings of international aid agencies frustrated by the lack of information and difficulty of access to the remote territory.  weiterlesen >>>


Rep. Turner bolsters humanitarian demining efforts in defense authorization bill

(07.06.2010)

(UNITED STATES) 8 June 2010 - Rep. Michael R. Turner, R-Ohio (3rd CD), issued the following news release: Congressman Mike Turner has successfully included language in the FY2011 National Defense Authorization Act which seeks improvements for international humanitarian demining initiatives. weiterlesen >>>


Two Australian soldiers killed in Afghanistan

(07.06.2010)

(AFGHANISTAN) 8 June 2010 - LEIGH SALES, PRESENTER: The Defence Force has named the two soldiers killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.  weiterlesen >>>


New demining group to journey to Sudan

(07.06.2010)

(SUDAN) 8 June 2010 - CAMBODIA is set to send a new contingent of Royal Cambodian Armed Forces soldiers to Sudan later this month, the fifth group to assist in de-mining operations in the conflict-ridden country, officials said Sunday. weiterlesen >>>


Politics: AO/dioxin, War Landmine Clearance Caught 3rd Vietnam-U.S. Political Dialogue

(07.06.2010)

(VIETNAM) 8 June 2010 - Washington and Hanoi will discuss details of the issues relating to AO/dioxin and war landmine clearance at a political meeting in Hanoi June 8, the Lao Dong newspaper reported Tuesday, citing Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs Andrew J. Shapiro. weiterlesen >>>


Pressemitteilung

(07.06.2010)

Leistung die Leiden schafft ' Die Deutsche Bank und ihr Investment in kontroverse Waffen ' NROen fordern Einhaltung des Investitionsverbotes in Produzenten von Streumunition weiterlesen >>>


British Group To Widen Nagorno-Karabakh Demining

(06.06.2010)

A British humanitarian organization said on Monday that it has cleared the bulk of Nagorno-Karabakh's war-affected territory of landmines and unexploded ordnance and will soon start demining Armenian-controlled areas outside the disputed region.  weiterlesen >>>