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TV-Beitrag: Geschäfte mit Streubomben

(11.07.2012)

Deutsche Rüstungskonzerne stehen unter Verdacht, am Geschäft mit geächteten Waffen beteiligt sein. weiterlesen >>>


VIDEO: Libyen - Explosive Hinterlassenschaften des Krieges

(10.07.2012)

Libyen ist nach dem Bürgerkrieg von Hunderttausenden explosiven Sprengkörpern belastet, die die Sicherheit und Unversehrtheit der Bervölkerung bedrohen. Die Vereinten Nationen setzen vor Ort, diese Gefahren zu minimieren. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Afghanistan/Pakistan: Landmine tötet vierzehn und verletzt 30 Menschen

(08.07.2012)

Die Opfer befanden sich auf dem Weg zwischen Afganistan und Pakistan, als ihr Lastwagen auf eine Landmine fuhr. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Kambodscha und Thailand beschliessen gemeinsames Landminenräumprojekt

(01.07.2012)

Laut thailänidschen Quellen haben Thailand und Kambodscha im Rahmen der Joint Working Group vereinbart, Landminen rund um den Preah Vihear Tempel gemeinsam zu räumen und zu vernichten. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Passagierbus in Afghanistan gesprengt

(01.07.2012)

Im Osten Afghanistans neben der Stadt Ghazni in der Provinz Ghazni sind bei der Explosion 5 Zivilisten ums Leben gekommen, noch 11 weitere wurden verletzt. weiterlesen >>>


Bosnien-Herzegowina: Auf Minensuche in den Bergen

(27.06.2012)

Eigentlich wäre die Gegend um den See, den Wasserfall und die grünen Hügel bei Jajce ein ideales Urlaubsgebiet. Wenn da nicht die Minen wären. weiterlesen >>>


Togo ratifiziert Streubombenvertrag

(25.06.2012)

Togo hinterlegt seine Ratifizierungsurkunde über das Verbot von Streumunition bei den Vereinten Nationen und wird 72. Mitgliedsstaat der Verbotskonvention. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Jemen: Landminen töten 25 Menschen

(24.06.2012)

Laut Angaben des Minenaktionszentrums in Jemen wurden in Abyan 25 Menschen, darunter drei militärische Minenräumer, durch Landminen getötet. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Land mine blast kills 3, wounds 6 at wedding (India)

(13.04.2004)

Patna - A land mine blast killed three wedding guests and critically wounded six when their bus triggered the device during a break in the festivities Wednesday, and police said they suspected communist rebels had planted the mine to target police or local politicians. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine explosion seriously wounds farmer (Azerbaijan)

(13.04.2004)

Baku - According to the information from the newspaper Yeni Musavat, one person identified as Farman Orujev, born in 1938 and inhabitant of Garaveliler village of Gedabek district, was exploded in the farming field. weiterlesen >>>


German aid agency flies last foreign workers out of Iraq

(12.04.2004)

Bonn (Germany) - A German aid organisation was Monday due to fly its last foreign workers out of Iraq because of the increasing risk of attack, its head said. weiterlesen >>>


PW plays up again, kills two cops (India)

(12.04.2004)

Guntur - Two police constables were killed in a landmine blast while they were combing for naxalites in the thick forests near Remidicherla village in Bollapalli mandal of the district on Saturday evening. weiterlesen >>>


Mine blast: PW naxals' plan to segregate policemen succeeds (India)

(12.04.2004)

The rank and file of the Police Department was shocked with the daredevil attempt by naxalites belonging to the People's War (PW) to blow up an APSRTC bus carrying over 70 passengers, including several schoolchildren, with the sole aim of eliminating a handful of policemen travelling in it. weiterlesen >>>


Army Depot Explosion Claims One Life (Vietnam)

(12.04.2004)

An explosion at the army grenade depot K6 of the Military Zone 7 in Vietnam's southern Dong Nai province on April 7 killed one resident and slightly injured four soldiers, according to a report from the High Command of Military Zone 7. weiterlesen >>>


Suspected Maoist Rebels Kill 2 Police (India)

(11.04.2004)

Hyderabad - Two policemen were killed in a mine explosion during a gunfight overnight between security forces and suspected Maoist rebels in a forest in southern India, police said Sunday. weiterlesen >>>


Six Russian Soldiers, Police Killed (Chechnya)

(11.04.2004)

Moscow - Six Russian soldiers and local police and security officers were killed in rebel attacks in Chechnya over the past day, an official in the Kremlin-backed administration said Sunday. weiterlesen >>>


State Department requesting suggestions from NGO's (USA)

(09.04.2004)

Washington - The Department of State's Bureau of Political-Military Affairs is issuing its first-ever open Request for Applications for grants to advance humanitarian mine action. weiterlesen >>>


US troops from among 50 killed in major offensive on coalition forces' convoy (Pakistan, Afghanistan)

(09.04.2004)

North Waziristan - Several US troops are reported to have been killed and five military vehicles destroyed when some unidentified armed militants ambushed a coalition forces convoy in valley Sanzala, a place known as death valley for Russian troops during Afghan Jehad against Russia. weiterlesen >>>


Iraqis comb northern hills for unexploded mines

(08.04.2004)

Grdassor (Iraq) - From a small operations tent nestled in the hills behind the tiny hamlet of Grdasoor, Fakir Hamed looks out over a landscape typical of Iraq's northern Kurdish countryside in almost every way. weiterlesen >>>


Choppers to help monitor elections and mine affected areas (India)

(08.04.2004)

Hyderabad - In addition to the deployed forces, the police department will also have eyes in the sky to monitor the ground situation during elections. weiterlesen >>>


Tajikistan, Bulgaria Sign Protocol for Cooperation

(08.04.2004)

Dushanbe - Foreign Minister Solomon Passy and his Tajik counterpart Talbak Nazarov signed Thursday a Protocol for Cooperation between Bulgaria and Tajikistan and attended the signing of an agreement on the clearance of antipersonnel land mines for 2004 between the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the Swiss Federation. weiterlesen >>>


Landmines kill 20 policemen, 5 civilians (India)

(08.04.2004)

At least 20 Indian policemen died in a land-mine blast in Jharkhand State in eastern India on Wednesday night and at least five civilians were killed in a grenade blast in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday morning, Press Trust of India (PTI) reported. weiterlesen >>>


US continues to provide aid to demining training in Sri Lanka

(08.04.2004)

Colombo - The United States will continue to provide humanitarian demining assistance to Sri Lanka in accordance with an agreement signed between the two countries in August last year, the US embassy here said on Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine kills 26 police officers (India)

(08.04.2004)

Patna - At least 26 policemen died Thursday when guerillas set off a landmine in eastern India as the officers returned from overnight patrols. weiterlesen >>>


22 policemen, one naxalite killed in landmine blast (India)

(08.04.2004)

Ranchi - Striking in a big way ahead of Deputy Prime Minister L K Advani's visit to Jharkhand, suspected Naxalites triggered a landmine blast killing 22 security personnel and losing one of its men in West Singhbhum district overnight. weiterlesen >>>


Anti-tank mine kills four people (Cambodia)

(08.04.2004)

Phnom Penh - Four people were killed in northwestern Cambodia when an open-air truck in which they were travelling detonated an anti-tank mine, police said Wednesday. weiterlesen >>>


Viele Tote bei Minenexplosion in Ostindien

(08.04.2004)

Bei der Explosion einer Landmine sind im ostindischen Bundesstaat Jharkhand mindestens 26 Polizisten getötet worden.  weiterlesen >>>


26 Tote bei Minenexplosion in Ostindien

(08.04.2004)

Bei der Explosion einer Mine in Ostindien sind mindestens 26 Polizisten ums Leben gekommen.  weiterlesen >>>


Response of Religious Leadership to the Reversal of U.S. Landmine (USA)

(07.04.2004)

Statement of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious and the Conference of Major Superiors of Men weiterlesen >>>


Unearthing of landmines causes concern to police (India)

(07.04.2004)

Unearthing of six landmines, apparently planted by the People's War naxals in different parts of the State last week, has come a cause of concern for the State police Department in the run-up to the coming elections.  weiterlesen >>>


Twelve security personnel injured in landmine explosion (Nepal)

(07.04.2004)

Kathmandu - At least 12 security personnel were injured in two separate Maoist planted landmine explosions in Nawalparasi District Wednesday. weiterlesen >>>


Tschetschenien: Das heimtückische Erbe des Krieges

(06.04.2004)

Asset ist sieben Jahre alt und eines von etwa 10.000 invaliden Kindern in Tschetschenien. Sie sind Opfer heimtückischer Minen. Internationale Minenräumer sind dabei schon lange nicht mehr im Land. weiterlesen >>>


Rebel attack, government troop reinforcements hampered by landmines (Nepal)

(06.04.2004)

Hundreds of Maoist rebels attacked a police station in southern Nepal yesterday, killing at least nine policemen and leaving dozens of others missing, officials said.  weiterlesen >>>


Maoist rebels kill nine police, three soldiers die in mine explosion (Nepal)

(06.04.2004)

Kathmandu - Hundreds of Maoist rebels attacked a police station in southern Nepal, killing at least nine police, government officials said yesterday. weiterlesen >>>


Soldier shot dead by unknown attackers (Afghanistan)

(06.04.2004)

Kabul - An Afghan soldier was shot dead and another wounded when their military compound was attacked by armed men in the country's far west, an official said Tuesday. weiterlesen >>>


Federal forces destroy bases, caches and landmines in Chechnya

(05.04.2004)

Federal troops and members of the Chechen president's security service have destroyed 15 large rebel bases and 14 caches with arms and ammunition in the republic since March 29, spokesman for the headquarters of the federal forces in the region Colonel Ilya Shabalkin told Tass on Monday.  weiterlesen >>>


Two killed, nine injured in landmine explosion (Pakistan)

(05.04.2004)

Quetta - District Naib Nazim Kohlu Changez Marri and his driver were killed and nine others injured when their vehicle hit a landmine with big bang Sunday, in Kohlu.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmines blamed for deaths of two Vietnamese migrants (Cambodia)

(05.04.2004)

Phnom Penh - Two Vietnamese migrants were killed apparently by a landmine on an island near the Cambodian port town of Sihanoukville, police said Friday. weiterlesen >>>


Romanian soldiers confiscate illegal weapons, ammunition, landmines (Afghanistan)

(05.04.2004)

Bucharest - The Romanian and US military taking part in the Enduring Freedom mission in Afghanistan, last week traced an illegal storehouse of weapons and ammunition, one kilometre north of Kandahar, reads a release by the Romanian Defence Ministry. weiterlesen >>>


Fighting between rebels and army in southwestern Burundi kills four

(05.04.2004)

Bujumbura - Fighting between rebels and soldiers in southwestern Burundi killed four people, an army spokesman said Monday. weiterlesen >>>


U.S. military says bomb, not landmine, killed Afghan soldier, wounded five (Afghanistan)

(05.04.2004)

Kabul - U.S. military officials on Monday confirmed that an explosion that killed an Afghan soldier and wounded five others in southern Afghanistan last week was caused by a bomb. weiterlesen >>>


Mine explosion killed one, injured four others in Balouchistan (Pakistan)

(05.04.2004)

A landmine explosion on Sunday April 4, 2004, claimed the life of one person and injured four others at Kohlue district some 410 kilometers away from Quetta, Balouchistan. weiterlesen >>>


Columbia battles a land of mines

(04.04.2004)

Bogota - While some countries have made strides toward removing land mines placed in conflicts past, Colombia is struggling with a proliferation of the deadly bombs. weiterlesen >>>


Land mine explosion injures villager in south Lebanon

(04.04.2004)

Beirut - A land mine blew off the right leg of a Lebanese villager Sunday near the border with Israel, Lebanese security officials said. weiterlesen >>>


Pickup truck hits land mine in Pakistan mountains, killing driver

(04.04.2004)

Quetta - A pickup truck hit a mine on a dirt road through the mountains of southwest Pakistan on Sunday, killing the driver. weiterlesen >>>


Chechen rebel site says three Russian sappers killed in Grozny (Chechnya)

(04.04.2004)

On Saturday morning [3 April] Chechen mojahedin blew up a group sappers of occupying formations carrying out engineering reconnaissance in Oktyabrskiy district of Dzhokhar [Groznyy]. According to Chechen sources, three occupiers were killed and at least four were wounded in the land mine blast. An APC, which was accompanying them, was damaged but not taken out of operation.  weiterlesen >>>


Russian troops killed in rebel attacks and mine blasts (Chechnya)

(04.04.2004)

Vladikavkaz - Four Russian soldiers died and 14 were wounded in rebel attacks and land mine explosions across Chechnya over the previous day, an official in Chechnya's Moscow-backed government said Sunday. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine injures man near Israel border (Lebanon)

(04.04.2004)

A land mine blew off the right leg of a Lebanese villager Sunday near the border with Israel, a Lebanese security official said. weiterlesen >>>


Two teenager die in mine explosions in Fuzili (Azerbaijan)

(03.04.2004)

Two brothers - Elvin Mammadov, 12, and Elgin Mammadov, 11, died in mine explosion in Gazakhlilar village of Fuzuli district on February 14, Trend reports. weiterlesen >>>


Anti-Terror-Operation in Taschkent - Steckt die islamische Hisb-ut-Tahrir hinter der Anschlagserie in Usbekistan?

(02.04.2004)

In Usbekistan, im Gebiet Buchara, Bezirk Romitan, wo sich vor vier Tagen bei der Vorbereitung eines Terroranschlags zehn Terroristen mit einer Mine in die Luft gesprengt haben, ist es am Donnerstag (1.4.) erneut zu einer Explosion gekommen.  weiterlesen >>>


OAS Nations Renew Call to Rid Americas of Anti-Personnel Landmines (Americas)

(02.04.2004)

Washington - The nations of the Americas today renewed the call for continued action against anti-personnel landmine use and stockpiles in the region, and stressed their strong support for initiatives to designate the hemisphere an anti-personnel landmine-free zone. weiterlesen >>>


23 lost lives, 99 limbs during military standoff with India (Pakistan)

(02.04.2004)

Islamabad - The National Assembly was informed on Thursday that 23 villagers lost their lives and 99 lost limbs inside Pakistani borders because of explosions of local landmines during a prolonged military standoff with India. weiterlesen >>>


Border guards foil bid to smuggle weapons from Afghanistan to Pakistan

(02.04.2004)

Quetta - Pakistani border guards exchanged fire with men attempting to smuggle rocket launchers, anti-aircraft guns and other munitions from Afghanistan to Pakistan, a spokesman said Friday. weiterlesen >>>


Land mine kills two, wounds six (Chechnya)

(02.04.2004)

Grozny - Two Russian law enforcement officers were killed and four were wounded when a land mine went off in the Chechen town of Gudermes. The blast also wounded two local women. weiterlesen >>>


Attackers kill three sappers (Senegal)

(02.04.2004)

Dakar - Armed men killed three soldiers and injured five more in Senegal on Thursday in the latest outbreak of violence in the troubled Casamance region, the West African country's army said on Friday. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine awareness education returns to the villages (Eritrea)

(01.04.2004)

Asmara - Information campaigns on the threat of landmines have resumed in villages throughout Eritrea. The move comes 18 months after nearly all mine-awareness programmes in this, one of Africa's most mine-affected countries, were suspended in 2002. weiterlesen >>>


Tajikistan Destroys Remaining Anti-personnel Landmines

(01.04.2004)

The Ministry of Defense of Tajikistan on March 31 destroyed its remaining stockpile of 1,261 anti-personnel landmines, according to a NATO press release. weiterlesen >>>


Landmines And Broken Bridges Hinder Return of Refugees (Angola)

(01.04.2004)

Luanda - The existence of anti-personal landmines along the roads, climatic conditions and the destruction of infrastructures, are hampering the return of Angolan refugees living in neighbouring countries, said today the Minister of Assistence and Social Welfare, Joao Baptista Kussumua. weiterlesen >>>


Codewort DDR - Berliner Afghanistan-Konferenz beschließt neues Sicherheitskonzept

(31.03.2004)

Milizen sollen bis 2005 entwaffnet werden - das Land soll bis 2012 minenfrei sein weiterlesen >>>


One dead, three injured in mine explosion (Azerbaijan)

(31.03.2004)

Baku - A 44-year-old man was killed and three others injured in Azerbaijan when a farm tractor set off an unexploded mine left over from a decade-old conflict with neighbouring Armenia, the private ANS television station reported Wednesday. weiterlesen >>>


Tajikistan destroying last batch of antipersonnel mines

(30.03.2004)

Dushanbe - Tajikistan is expected to destroy the last batch of 200 antipersonnel mine at a military testing range of the Defense Ministry in the environs of Dushanbe Wednesday morning, sources at the Tajik Center for Mines said. weiterlesen >>>


Ethiopian mining body clears landmines in north, northeast

(30.03.2004)

Mekele - The Ethiopian Mining Action Office (EMAO) disclosed that it has cleared landmines from 730 hectares of land in Afar and Tigray States [northeastern and northern Ethiopia respectively] and the displaced people have settled back in their villages. weiterlesen >>>


Mine explosion reportedly kills eight people in eastern Konar province (Afghanistan)

(29.03.2004)

Kabul - Eight people were killed in a mine explosion in [the eastern] Konar Province. weiterlesen >>>


Marriage prospects, future dim for thousands of mine victims (Afghanistan)

(29.03.2004)

Kabul - Amputees face daunting physical barriers in Afghanistan, but the social rejection is even more devastating.  weiterlesen >>>


Fighting and land mine explosions kill two soldiers and two police (Chechnya)

(29.03.2004)

Vladikavkaz (Russia) - Fighting and land mine explosions in Chechnya killed two soldiers and two police over the previous day, an official in the Moscow-backed Chechen administration said Monday. weiterlesen >>>


International conference on landmines opens in Kabul (Afghanistan)

(28.03.2004)

A regional conference of Asia-Pacific countries evaluating the work aimed at the prevention of landmines was held at the Foreign Affair Ministry today. weiterlesen >>>


Four children killed by mines (Tajikistan)

(27.03.2004)

Dushanbe - Three Tajik boys aged from 11 to 14 were killed on Friday when they stepped on anti-personnel mines planted by Uzbek border guard on the Uzbek-Tajik border. weiterlesen >>>


Rockets and roadside bombs kill 2 in Mosul (Iraq)

(27.03.2004)

Police say two Katyusha rockets hit the provincial governor's office Saturday. A child and two policemen were among the injured. weiterlesen >>>


Libya to invest in Virgin deal over locating landmines

(27.03.2004)

Libya is close to inking a 20 million pound (30 million euro, 36 million dollar) deal with Britain's Virgin group for a fleet of airships designed to locate landmines in former war zones, Britain's Times newspaper reported Saturday.  weiterlesen >>>


Hexenjagd im Irak

(26.03.2004)

In seinem Buch "Mission Irak" geißelt Ex-Waffeninspektor Hans Blix die Kriegslust von Tony Blair und George W. Bush. weiterlesen >>>


Neuer Tatort beschäftigt sich mit Landminen

(26.03.2004)

Bei "Minenspiel" geht es um Landminen.  weiterlesen >>>


WELT VOLLER WIRREN

(26.03.2004)

Von Haiti bis Tschetschenien Liberia  weiterlesen >>>


Bremer weist auf Fortschritte in Irak hin Bagdad

(26.03.2004)

Trotz anhaltender Gewalt in Irak sieht US-Zivilverwalter Paul Bremer erhebliche Fortschritte des Landes seit dem Sturz Saddam Husseins vor fast einem Jahr. weiterlesen >>>


EU-Kommission weiter aktiv im Kampf gegen Landminen

(26.03.2004)

Die Europäische Kommission hat das jährliche Arbeitsprogramm 2004 zur Beseitigung von Antipersonenminen im Umfang von 11 260 000 EUR; angenommen.  weiterlesen >>>


Tajik paper says Uzbekistan keeps ignoring Ottawa convention

(25.03.2004)

Eighty-two reported facts of explosions, which resulted in the deaths of 55 people and injured 58 others - all of them Tajik civilians - have occurred on the Tajik Soghd Region's border section of the Tajik-Uzbek border since 2000. There are children among the victims. The lives and health of the Soghd Region's population residing in the border areas are being threatened by mines. weiterlesen >>>


Menschliche Kadaver enden in Landminentests der US Armee

(24.03.2004)

Die Kontroverse um die Verwendung menschlicher Körperteile wurde gestern verstärkt, als aufgedeckt wurde, dass an eine medizinische Fakultät gespendete Leichen an die US Armee verkauft wurden - diese sprengten die Körper im Rahmen von Landminentests.  weiterlesen >>>


Three soldiers, police killed in Chechnya

(24.03.2004)

Two Russian soldiers and a police officer were killed by rebels in Chechnya weiterlesen >>>


British charity clears a million landmines in Iraq.

(24.03.2004)

A British-based anti-landmine charity said on Wednesday it had cleared more than one million mines weiterlesen >>>


Land Mine Explosion In Afghanistan Damages Supply Truck

(24.03.2004)

A land mine exploded on a road in eastern Afghanistan, damaging a truck owned by an Afghan contractor supplying food to a U.S. military base in the area, an official said Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine disposal in Afghanistan a never-ending job

(24.03.2004)

Canadian soldiers have the nasty, unenviable task of getting rid of explosive devices from the world's most heavily-mined country. weiterlesen >>>


11 killed, 4 injured in land mine explosion in Nepal.

(24.03.2004)

Eleven people were killed and four injured Tuesday in a land mine explosion in western Nepal, a government official said.  weiterlesen >>>


Disabled Swiss national in Africa cycle trip to campaign against

(24.03.2004)

Disabled Swiss national Armin Kohli arrived in Nairobi on Tuesday among a group of cyclists participating in a Tour d'Afrique race crossing Africa from Cairo in Egypt to Cape Town in South Africa in a campaign against landmines.  weiterlesen >>>


Nicaragua, Chile sign accord to remove landmines

(24.03.2004)

Chile and Nicaragua, two nations whose soil was sown with landmines in the latter part of the past century, signed an accord in Santiago Tuesday to cooperate in the removal of the explosive devices.  weiterlesen >>>


Two killed, two seriously injured by Vietnam War-era bomb.

(24.03.2004)

Two people were killed and two others seriously injured in Vietnam  weiterlesen >>>


Voters in limbo in rebel-held areas of Sri Lanka.

(24.03.2004)

Voting for Sri Lankans living in areas held by Tamil Tiger rebels was still in limbo on Wednesday, with officials unable to decide how to hold polls safely despite the island's two-year ceasefire.  weiterlesen >>>


TO SCRAP LANDMINES.

(24.03.2004)

Belarus can rely on foreign financial aid in scrapping of anti-personnel-landmines because it joined the Ottawa convention. weiterlesen >>>


Ukrainian Peacekeepers In Iraq Clear Mines In Iraqi Village.

(24.03.2004)

On March 15 Ukrainian peacekeepers in Iraq completed a mine clearing operation  weiterlesen >>>


Mortars found on beach are detonated.

(24.03.2004)

Bomb disposal experts yesterday safely detonated a number of old mortar shells found on a Moray beach. weiterlesen >>>


ANAMA CLEANED OVER 516 THOUSAND SQUARE METRES OF MINES

(24.03.2004)

Azerbaijan's national mine-sweeping agency ANAMA de-mined 516.67 square metres  weiterlesen >>>


Iraqi rebels adapt to US anti-bomb techniques.

(24.03.2004)

Seven US soldiers were killed in Iraq over the weekend as insurgents demonstrated they can still bleed US troops with their favoured technique, the roadside bomb.  weiterlesen >>>


Jeep hits mine

(24.03.2004)

Afghan soldier dies weiterlesen >>>


Energetic soldier from Moorpark killed by land mine in Iraq

(24.03.2004)

Christopher Hill channeled his abundant energy into the Army  weiterlesen >>>


Three troops killed, 12 wounded in land mine explosion in Chechnya

(24.03.2004)

Three servicemen have been killed and 12 injured after an army vehicle hit a land mine in Chechnya weiterlesen >>>


Land mine victim's 1,284-mile trek

(24.03.2004)

A FORMER soldier who lost his right arm and leg clearing land mines for the United Nations weiterlesen >>>


Maoists threaten organisers of reception for King Gyanendra.

(24.03.2004)

Maoist rebels fighting to overthrow the monarchy have threatened to evict organisers of a public reception for King Gyanendra in western Nepal weiterlesen >>>


Two persons injured in blasts in Rajouri

(24.03.2004)

Two persons including an army jawan were injured in two separate explosions  weiterlesen >>>


Three US soldiers killed in Iraq attacks

(24.03.2004)

Three US soldiers were killed in two separate attacks in Iraq  weiterlesen >>>


SEN. LEAHY ISSUES STATEMENT ON SQUANDERED OPPORTUNITY ON LANDMINES

(24.03.2004)

Mr. President, on February 27, I spoke on this floor about the Bush Administration's new policy on landmines... weiterlesen >>>


Profile: One Year Later; wounded soldiers return home

(24.03.2004)

One Year Later, 564 Americans have died in the line of duty in Iraq; six deaths just this weekend. weiterlesen >>>


Iraq War Amputees Get New Limbs, New Life

(24.03.2004)

Dozens of amputees from the Iraq war have been sent to Washington's Walter Reed Army Medical Center weiterlesen >>>


New life, new limbs

(24.03.2004)

Walter Reed helps war amputees  weiterlesen >>>


100 EXPLOSIVE DEVICES NEUTRALIZED IN CHECHNYA IN ONE WEEK.

(24.03.2004)

Sappers neutralized over 100 explosive devices in Chechnya last week  weiterlesen >>>


TURKEY PLANS OIL EXPLORATION AFTER LAND MINES REMOVED

(24.03.2004)

Turkey plans to explore for oil in land bordering Syria after it removes land mines  weiterlesen >>>


Three Palestinian policemen killed at Erez crossing

(24.03.2004)

Three Palestinian National Security elements were martyred as a result of the wounds they had sustained when the Israeli occupation authorities at the Erez crossing  weiterlesen >>>


Widow in losing battle

(24.03.2004)

Fight for war compo falls on deaf ears weiterlesen >>>


Minister escapes unhurt.

(24.03.2004)

The Jharkhand Revenue and Land Development Minister, Madhu Singh, escaped unhurt in a landmine explosion weiterlesen >>>


US Soldiers Hurt, 3 Civilians Die In Afghan Explosions

(24.03.2004)

The soldiers were injured Saturday evening  weiterlesen >>>


Three U.S. Troops Wounded in Afghanistan

(24.03.2004)

Explosions in southern and eastern Afghanistan killed three civilians and slightly wounded three U.S. soldiers weiterlesen >>>