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Afrikanische Staaten vereint gegen Streubomben

(30.05.2012)

Das Regionaltreffen der afrikanischen Staaten zum Verbot von Streubomben in Ghana verabschiedet einen starken Massnahmenplan. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Uganda: Das Leben nach der Mine

(29.05.2012)

Der Bamberger Journalist und Fotograf Till Mayer hat in Uganda Menschen besucht, die täglich aufs Neue ihr Leben nach einem Unfall mit einer Landmine meistern müssen. weiterlesen >>>


Sudans Militär bestreitet den Einsatz von Streubomben

(27.05.2012)

Ein Sprecher des sudanesischen Militärs bestreitet den Einsatz von Streubomben im Konfliktgebiet zwischen Sudan und Südsudan und sagt, die Armee verfüge über keine Streubomben. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Chile und Peru: Auto löst Mine im Grenzgebiet aus

(26.05.2012)

Ein Auto löst an der Grenze zwischen Chile und Peru die Detonation einer Landmine aus. Ein Mensch stirbt. weiterlesen >>>


Sudan: Streubombe gefunden

(25.05.2012)

Nach einem Bombardement im Konfliktgebiet zwischen Sudan und Süd-Sudan ist eine Streubombe gefunden worden. Das berichtet Human Rights Watch und fordert die sudanesische Regierung auf, den Fall zu untersuchen. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


VIDEO: "Land Your Leg"-Kampagne 2012 weltweit

(22.05.2012)

Eine Idee, die von Kolumbien ausgeht, erorbert die Welt. Mit einer einfachen Geste zeigen 2012 tausende Menschen weltweit ihre Solidarität mit Minenopfern. weiterlesen >>>


Deutschland: Spaziergänger findet Streubombe

(21.05.2012)

Auf einem freien Feld zwischen Kötz und Limbach ist am Montagnachmittag eine zwei Kilo schwere Streubombe gesprengt worden. Ein Spaziergänger hatte das Relikt aus dem zweiten Weltkrieg entdeckt.  weiterlesen >>>


Kenia: Polizist von einer Landmine getötet

(16.05.2012)

Laut einem Polizeisprecher tötete eine Landmine in der Nähe des Flüchlingslager Dedaab einen Polizisten und verwundete zwei weitere Personen schwer. Sie eskortierten in einem Fahrzeug Entwicklungshelfer. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


European Commission support for Lanka's mine action activities

(19.01.2004)

EC interventions have contributed to a significant reduction in the number of landmine injuries. weiterlesen >>>


Chechen police avert two acts of terror

(19.01.2004)

Chechen police averted two acts of terror in the republic's Grozny district and in the district's administrative center of Achkhoi-Martan on Monday.  weiterlesen >>>


Violence erupts in J&K, 10 killed

(19.01.2004)

Landmine blasts in Bola Chak village in the Arnia sector of Jammu division weiterlesen >>>


Iran landmine blast kills four

(19.01.2004)

The explosion of mines left from the Iraqi imposed war left four people dead and one injured in this border region, a local municipality official said here Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Probe into 'Government war crimes'

(19.01.2004)

A report drawn up by a panel of top lawyers is being handed to the International Criminal Court over the use of cluster bombs and weapons using depleted uranium. weiterlesen >>>


One injured in landmine blast in Jammu

(19.01.2004)

A villager was critically injured in a powerful landmine explosion in R S Pura town near Indo-Pak border early today, official sources said.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmines, rain block aid

(19.01.2004)

Luanda - Landmines and torrential rains have prevented UN aid workers from distributing supplies in Angola for the past month, officials said in a report sent to AFP on Monday.  weiterlesen >>>


UGANDA - Army Kills 11 LRA Rebels

(18.01.2004)

UPDF recovered two landmines weiterlesen >>>


Seven dead in fresh Maoist violence in Nepal

(18.01.2004)

Four security force personnel died in a landmine explosion. weiterlesen >>>


Bangladesh sends troops as tribals burn police camp

(18.01.2004)

Bangladesh forces have recovered huge quantities of automatic arms, including anti-tank and anti-personnel mines, in recent weeks.  weiterlesen >>>


INDIA - Mined your head!

(16.01.2004)

The bad news is that a minimum of 14,400 people are killed or maimed every year by the 100 million landmines deployed in 90 countries, as estimated by the Red Cross and RAND Corporation, according to the American magazine Newsweek.  weiterlesen >>>


Army Kills 11 LRA Rebels

(16.01.2004)

UPDF recovered two landmines weiterlesen >>>


TURKEY - HATAY GOVERNOR: ''LANDMINE SWEEPING WORK IN SYRIAN BORDER AREA HAS STARTED''

(15.01.2004)

Abdulkadir Sari, the governor of southern province of Hatay, said on Friday that the work on landmine sweeping in arable fields in the Syrian border area had started.  weiterlesen >>>


The "Iraq Body Count Database" has come out with the media-reported civilian deaths resulting directly from military actions by the US led forces in Iraq.

(15.01.2004)

Up till December 26, 2003, 9,792 civilians fell victim to bombing in violation of the Geneva Conventions and Hague Resolutions where the Occupation Authority has a binding responsibility to prevent civilian deaths.  weiterlesen >>>


Drei Tote bei Anschlag

(15.01.2004)

Drei Iraker sind in der Nacht zum Freitag in der Region Tikrit durch eine Anti-Panzer-Mine getötet worden. weiterlesen >>>


CYPRUS - Demining will have to wait until EU entry

(15.01.2004)

THE start of demining in the buffer zone has been pushed back to April or May as 2.5 m euro earmarked for the job will be released by the EU once Cyprus becomes a full member, Defence Minister Koullis Mavronicolas said. Eight Greek Cypriot minefields and one "suspicious area" in the buffer zone contain a total of 1,024 anti-personnel and 1,759 anti-tank mines.  weiterlesen >>>


Serbia to start destroying landmines

(14.01.2004)

The army of Serbia and Montenegro (former Yugoslavia) will begin destroying 1.3 million stockpiled landmines this year as part of a drive to establish closer ties with the West and NATO.  weiterlesen >>>


Guinea-Bissau Seeks Help to Be First in Africa to Eliminate Landmines

(14.01.2004)

Guinea-Bissau wants help to become the first post-conflict country in Africa free of the danger of landmines and unexploded ordnance, which currently still claim lives and disrupt economic and social development.  weiterlesen >>>


The effects of landmines laid down by Israel

(14.01.2004)

At least 23 children have been killed in the Occupied Territories by Israeli-planted landmines and in 2002 alone 11 children were killed.  weiterlesen >>>


Tarnen und täuschen - Friedensbewegung kritisiert Umbaupläne für die Bundeswehr

(14.01.2004)

Von der Abschaffung von Streubomben bei Heer und Luftwaffe beispielsweise ist keine Rede weiterlesen >>>


SRI LANKA - Landmine risks continue

(14.01.2004)

Though the war ceased two years ago, the impact of landmines in the Jaffna peninsula is continuing, according to reports from Jaffna. weiterlesen >>>


Pact on Battlefield Munitions Reached

(13.01.2004)

U.S. officials are proposing that anti-vehicle mines be constructed to be detectable. weiterlesen >>>


Four federal servicemen explode on landmine in Chechnya

(13.01.2004)

Four federal servicemen of the 291st motor-rifled regiment exploded on a landmine on the Shatoi-Borzoi road during a reconnaissance operation in the Shatoi district of Chechnya.  weiterlesen >>>


Elf russische Soldaten in Tschetschenien getötet

(13.01.2004)

Vier weitere Soldaten kamen beim Entschärfen einer Landmine ums Leben.  weiterlesen >>>


PWG naxals blasted eight landmines

(13.01.2004)

In a shocking incident PWG naxals blasted eight landmines in a row at Kampamanupakala yesterday as a joint team of district police and CRPF started combing these dense forests.  weiterlesen >>>


Revenues Up, Workforce Down: CCPA Issues NAFTA Report Card

(12.01.2004)

Pension Plan Investments Violating Global Mine Ban Treaty? weiterlesen >>>


Chechnya: enemy convoy attacked

(12.01.2004)

Invaders' officer sustained serious injuries when he was blown up on a landmine. weiterlesen >>>


SLA opens new access road to Point Pedro seas

(12.01.2004)

SLA soldiers were seen in identifying and removing booby traps and landmines. weiterlesen >>>


Kunstprojekt Schuh-Größen

(12.01.2004)

Schuhe von Prominenten als Kunstobjekte gegen Landminen weiterlesen >>>


Four children injured in Kashmir blast

(11.01.2004)

Four children were injured when they accidentally stepped on a landmine in Jammu and Kashmir Sunday, police said. weiterlesen >>>


BEIRUT, Lebanon - Sfeir denounces arbitrariness in judicial procedures

(11.01.2004)

More than 8,000 landmines removed over last 6 months  weiterlesen >>>


A Nose for Trouble (UNITED STATES)

(11.01.2004)

It will take 500 years to remove all land mines weiterlesen >>>


Esad Visit Bears Its First Fruit: a US$250 Million Business Contract With Syria

(11.01.2004)

A project to clean up landmines and establish organic agriculture on the sites was brought up. weiterlesen >>>


Lower Extremity Injuries; Treatment of lower extremity injuries due to

(11.01.2004)

Researchers describe treatment of lower extremity injuries caused by mines.  weiterlesen >>>


Japanese to begin de-mining in Sri Lanka

(11.01.2004)

Japan Monday granted funding to clear land mines from a former war-zone in Sri Lanka's embattled north, a Japanese non-governmental agency said.  weiterlesen >>>


Explosives found near UN office in north Afghan town

(11.01.2004)

At around 18:30 hours local time [1400 gmt] on 8 January, some locally made explosives were noticed in a stream of a street near the UNAMA office [the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan] in Mazar-e Sharif.  weiterlesen >>>


Angola - Demining is Fundamental for Development (Ambassador to UN )

(11.01.2004)

Angolan Ambassador to the United Nations Organisation, Ismael Gaspar Martins, said Friday in New York that the ongoing landmine clearing process is fundamental for the country's development.  weiterlesen >>>


PHILIPPINES - NPA plants land mines

(11.01.2004)

The New People's Army is on a rampage, conducting at least eight attacks in less than 24 hours. At the same time, it has started using land mines, blowing up one that waylaid the party of a mayor in Davao del Sur.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmines: Palestine's Hidden Danger

(10.01.2004)

GAZA, Palestine, January 10, 2004 (Al Jazeera TV- Online Edition) All over Gaza, large well-illustrated billboards sporting the UNICEF logo can be seen alongside major streets and busy intersections. They show photos of Israeli-made bombs and mines, and carry a single in-your-face message: "Landmines and suspicious objects are a danger that threatens us all! Do not try to get near them!"  weiterlesen >>>


Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) Sunday recovered anti-tank mine

(10.01.2004)

Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) Sunday recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition, including 16 kgs of explosives and 130 high explosive devices, near Line of Control (LoC) in Rajouri district in the India-controlled Kashmir, Press Trust of India quoted official sources as saying.  weiterlesen >>>


Violence claims nine more lives in Afghanistan

(10.01.2004)

At least nine people were killed and four wounded in separate incidents of violence in southern and eastern Afghanistan, officials said on Sunday.  weiterlesen >>>


AZERBAIJAN - Azeri agency says landmines claim more lives in 2003 than before

(10.01.2004)

In 2003 more landmine and unexploded ordnance victims were reported compared to previous years.  weiterlesen >>>


Senegal: Help Needed for Returnees to Casamance

(09.01.2004)

The organisation expressed particular concern about the hazards posed by landmines.  weiterlesen >>>


Angola unhappy with "low UN involvement" in de-mining

(09.01.2004)

Angola has expressed disappointment at what it called "low UN involvement" in de-mining operations in the country.  weiterlesen >>>


SENEGAL -Demining to begin Sunday in Senegal's Casamance region

(09.01.2004)

Landmines have officially killed 640 persons, 140 of them soldiers serving in Casamance. Some 90 percent of the civilian victims, aged mainly between 15 and 29 years, had one or more limbs amputated  weiterlesen >>>


Separatists in India's restive northeastern state of Assam on Saturday blew up a crude oil pipeline, forcing authorities to raise a security alert across the region, officials said.

(09.01.2004)

A police spokesman said suspected militants of the outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) triggered a powerful landmine blast early on Saturday on a crude oil installation belonging to the state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) near Kunwarpur, 360 kilometers east of state capital Guwahati. weiterlesen >>>


Davao Sur town mayor escapes mine blast

(09.01.2004)

DAVAO CITY - A town mayor in Davao del Sur escaped death, but one of his police escorts was injured after a landmine exploded on their path in Magsaysay town on Friday.  weiterlesen >>>


Help needed for returnees to Casamance (Senegal)

(09.01.2004)

Up to 15,000 displaced people are expected to return to their home villages in Senegal's southern Casamance  weiterlesen >>>


AZERBAIJAN - 25 PEOPLE DIED, 35 INJURED IN MINE OVER 2 YEARS

(08.01.2004)

25 people have died and 35 injured in mine explosion in Azerbaijan in September 2001 to December 2003, according to the Azerbaijan National Agency for Mine Action (ANAMA), Trend reports.  weiterlesen >>>


Poll Reveals American Public Opinion on Globalization

(08.01.2004)

Americans support treaty that bans all use of land mines weiterlesen >>>


Aid For Disarmed Civilians Following Vocational Training

(08.01.2004)

UN Integrated Regional Information Networks  weiterlesen >>>


Four boys injured by Vietnam War-era shell.

(06.01.2004)

Four schoolboys were seriously injured in central Vietnam after accidentally detonating a Vietnam War-era shell that they thought was a toy, according to police.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmines threaten Burundian rural dwellers

(05.01.2004)

Anti-personnel and anti-tank mines kill up to four people per day in the civil war-wrecked Burundi, the belligerents conceded.  weiterlesen >>>


Senegal says rebels ready to demine Casamance

(05.01.2004)

Senegal President Abdoulaye Wade said on Tuesday separatist rebels had agreed to clear landmines from the southern Casamance region and the end was close for a decades-old conflict.  weiterlesen >>>


Sudan Bans Landmines

(05.01.2004)

Sudan yesterday banned landmines, potentially removing a major cause of human suffering in northern Uganda.  weiterlesen >>>


Rebellen in Burundi bitten um Hilfe bei Beseitigung von Landminen

(05.01.2004)

Bujumbura (AP) Ein ehemaliger Rebellenführer in Burundi hat am Dienstag um internationale Hilfe bei der Beseitigung tausender Landminen gebeten.  weiterlesen >>>


Jokhar: four invaders killed

(05.01.2004)

Vehicle was blown up by a radio-controlled landmine weiterlesen >>>


Burundi: Ex-Rebel Movement in Plea Over Landmine Use

(05.01.2004)

Former rebel movement Conseil national pour la defense de la democratie-Forces pour la defense de la democratie (CNDD-FDD) appealed on Monday to the Burundian army and the Forces nationales de liberation (FNL) rebel faction led by Agathon Rwasa to stop using landmines.  weiterlesen >>>


Government Creates National Demining Institute

(04.01.2004)

The Angolan Government has created through a decree the National Demining Institute(Inad) in replacement of the extinct Inaroee, reads the last edition of the State's Gazette.  weiterlesen >>>


Commission allocates EUR 31.75 million for humanitarian aid to vulnerable populations in Iraq

(04.01.2004)

The European Commission has allocated EUR 31.75 million to humanitarian aid in favour of vulnerable populations in Iraq. weiterlesen >>>


Analyst slams Uzbekistan over mines on Kyrgyz, Tajik borders

(04.01.2004)

Uzbek economist Alisher Taksanov has launched a scathing attack on zbekistan for mines on the borders with Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. weiterlesen >>>


3 soldiers killed in explosion in Nepal

(04.01.2004)

At least three army soldiers were killed and 16 injured in a landmineexplosion on a busy highway in eastern Nepal, Nepalese army officials saidSunday. weiterlesen >>>


Maoist guerrillas go hi-tech

(04.01.2004)

The Maoist groups use hi-tech landmines weiterlesen >>>


Drei Soldaten bei Anschlag in Nepal getötet

(04.01.2004)

Armeefahrzeuge fuhren über eine Antifahrzeugmine weiterlesen >>>


Yemen declares port city of Aden free of landmines.

(02.01.2004)

Yemen has declared its southern port city of Aden and surrounding areas free of landmines that had been planted during the 1994 civil war.  weiterlesen >>>


Five BSF men killed in Tripura

(02.01.2004)

Five Border Security Force personnel were killed on Saturday in a landmine blast allegedly triggered by terrorists of the banned National Liberation Front of Tripura, police said. weiterlesen >>>


Police defuse Naxalite landmine

(02.01.2004)

Goaltore (West Midnapore), Jan. 3: Police today detected a landmine planted in a road near Metala forest here during a joint operation with the BSF.  weiterlesen >>>


Anti-tank mines, rocket launchers seized in BD hills

(02.01.2004)

A home ministry statement said paramilitary troops seized six rocket launchers, 32 anti-tank and seven anti-personnel mines in two raids Thursday in the southeastern Bandarban areas weiterlesen >>>


Wandering tourist hurt by landmines

(01.01.2004)

A Cambodian tourist was seriously injured by landmine explosions at the Phra Viharn (Phrea Vihear) temple ruins yesterday. weiterlesen >>>


Pakistan seizes weapons cache near Afghan border

(01.01.2004)

QUETTA (Reuters) - Pakistani police have seized a truck loaded with Soviet-era weapons, including anti-tank and anti-personnel mines, which they said were being ferried from Afghanistan to carry out terrorist attacks within the country.  weiterlesen >>>


Bangladesh troops seize mines after gun battle

(31.12.2003)

Bangladeshi troops fought tribal gunmen and seized nearly 40 anti-tank and anti-personnel mines in the densely forested Chittagong Hill Tracts, where rebel violence lingers on despite a peace pact six years ago, security officials said on Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine blast injuries three students (PAKISTAN)

(31.12.2003)

Three Afghan refugees students were wounded when a landmine exploded in thepremises of the Thall cantonment on Monday. weiterlesen >>>


Top Kashmir militant killed

(30.12.2003)

50 Indian soldiers were wounded in a landmine explosion near the summer capital, Srinagar, on Tuesday, that hit a bus.  weiterlesen >>>


Invaders' chief seriously wounded

(30.12.2003)

Chief of the invaders' commandant's office was seriously wounded in a landmine blast in Jokhar. weiterlesen >>>


Tajikistan destroys anti-personnel mines

(29.12.2003)

A thousand and a half anti-personnel mines have been destroyed at one of artillery ranges of Tajikistan's Defence Ministry. weiterlesen >>>


Army personnel injured in mine blast in Samba

(29.12.2003)

Jammu, Dec. 31. (PTI): An army personnel was injured in a mine blast at forward post in Samba sector of Jammu district, official sources said here today.  weiterlesen >>>


Chechen rebels said to be well funded from abroad

(28.12.2003)

Sappers on engineering reconnaissance missions have defused 110 explosive devices, including 17 land mines. weiterlesen >>>


Uzbekistan, Tajikistan Sign Energy, Water Supply Deals

(28.12.2003)

Tajikistan also demanded Uzbekistan remove land mines which it planted in 2000 along its borders with Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan after the militant Islamic opposition attempted several incursions into Uzbekistan from those territories. weiterlesen >>>


Jokhar: collaborators blown up, invaders wounded

(28.12.2003)

This morning in Avtorkhan District of Jokhar a car with collaborators' policemen on board was blown up on a landmine. weiterlesen >>>


BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA - Land mines keep killing even after war's end

(27.12.2003)

Land mines planted during Bosnia's civil war remain buried beneath the soil. weiterlesen >>>


Chechen rebels step up attacks

(27.12.2003)

In the capital Grozny, one police officer was killed and three injured when a military vehicle drove over a landmine. weiterlesen >>>


Four soldiers killed in Maoist ambush in Nepal

(27.12.2003)

KATHMANDU: Four soldiers were killed when their truck ran over a landmine planted by suspected Maoist rebels in Nepal, police said on Saturday. weiterlesen >>>


Tajikistan - Two Tajiks killed in land-mine explosion

(26.12.2003)

Two Tajiks were killed in a recent land-mine explosion on the Tajik-Uzbek border, the Border Committee of Tajikistan said on Friday. weiterlesen >>>


Anschlagserie kostet zehn Menschen das Leben

(26.12.2003)

Zwei polnische Soldaten wurden schwer verletzt, als ihr Fahrzeug auf eine Mine fuhr Zwei polnische Soldaten wurden schwer verletzt, als ihr Fahrzeug auf eine Mine fuhr Zwei polnische Soldaten wurden schwer verletzt, als ihr Fahrzeug auf eine Mine fuhr  weiterlesen >>>


Thailand has no plan to withdraw troops from Iraq now

(25.12.2003)

Thai troop Capt. Jakrapong Somboon, head of a Thai patrol squad, stepped on a landmine outside the Lima Camp and was slightly injured. weiterlesen >>>


Azerbaijan - ANAMA accelerates de-mining activities

(25.12.2003)

Thus far, 400 of a total of 1,400 landmine victims have died in areas freed from Armenian occupation after a ceasefire was reached in 1994.  weiterlesen >>>


One killed, six injured in Baramulla landmine blast

(25.12.2003)

A landmine blast killed a civilian and injured six others in Jammu and Kashmir's Baramulla district early on Friday, officials said. weiterlesen >>>


Three US soldiers die in bomb blast

(24.12.2003)

Bomb explosions killed three US soldiers and several Iraqis in separate attacks on Christmas Eve. In Baghdad, a minibus taxi set off a landmine in a traffic tunnel, and two civilians were killed in that blast and two were injured, Iraqi police said. weiterlesen >>>


Army tests anti-tank landmine chemical detector

(23.12.2003)

The US Night Vision and Electronic Sensors Directorate is to test the world's first stoichiometer landmine detector, which uses groundbreaking technology to decipher chemical formulas of buried mines.  weiterlesen >>>


Seven injured in J&K grenade blast

(23.12.2003)

A security jawan was injured when a landmine exploded accidentally near the Line of Control (LoC) in Tangdhar sector of Kupwara district in North Kashmir today, the sources said. weiterlesen >>>


Accidental explosion board Colombian bus kills at least four

(23.12.2003)

A landmine explosion killed at least four people and injured more than 30 others. weiterlesen >>>


Exploding missile kills four farmers

(22.12.2003)

FOUR Vietnamese farmers were killed as they attempted to cut open a missile head to extract its explosives for sale, police said Wednesday. weiterlesen >>>


10 security personnel killed in Nepal explosion

(21.12.2003)

Suspected Maoist rebels exploded a land mine under a security vehicle in southwestern Nepal Wednesday, killing 10 security personnel and critically injuring three others, police said. weiterlesen >>>


Cops unearth landmines planted by naxals

(21.12.2003)

Police have unearthed four buckets of landmines planted under a culvert between Govindaram and Desaipet villages, nearly 80 km from here, allegedly by People's War Group naxals.  weiterlesen >>>


Zamai-Yurt: APC destroyed, several invaders eliminated

(21.12.2003)

An armored personnel carrier was blown up on a landmine near the village of Zamai-Yurt, Nozhai-Yurt District of Chechnya near the border with Dagestan. Three invaders were killed and five wounded. weiterlesen >>>


Seven invaders killed near Galaity

(21.12.2003)

Spokesman of the Headquarters of the Eastern Front of CRI Armed Forces reported that near the village of Galaity a mobile squad of Chechen Mujahideen attacked the aggressors- armored vehicles by detonating a landmine and conducting a grenade-launcher attack on the enemy. weiterlesen >>>


Clearing land mines: a big challenge in post-conflict Sudan

(20.12.2003)

As prospects brighten for a peace between the Khartoum government and these paratist Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement (SPLM), observers searching beyond a comprehensive peace agreement say a big challenge in post- conflict Sudan would be the tens of thousands landmines laid in the south. weiterlesen >>>


Landmine explosion kills six CARE International workers in Angola

(19.12.2003)

LUANDA, Angola -- Six staff members of the international humanitarian agency CARE International were killed after a landmine explosion on Friday, 12 December in Angola, the organisation announced.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine tötet sechs CARE-Mitarbeiter in Angola

(19.12.2003)

Traktor fuhr auf eine Antifahrzeugmine weiterlesen >>>