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Videos zum Thema Streubomben

(19.12.2011)

Die internationale Kampagne zum Verbot von Streubomben veröffentlicht Videos zum Thema Streubomben auf Youtube. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Wahrheit ist grundsätzlich nicht rechtswidrig

(16.12.2011)

Stefan Aigner, regensburg digital, und sein Rechtsanwalt berichten, wie finanzkräftige Unternehmen und Organisationen versuchen, durch teure Prozesse die Meinungsfreiheit einzuschränken. Im Prozess gegen den Rüstungskonzern Diehl ging es um die Definition von Streumunition, und ob die sogenannte Punkt-Ziel-Munition "Smart" - welch schöner Name - eine Streumunition ist. weiterlesen >>>


Britische Banken finanzieren Streubombenhersteller

(15.12.2011)

Laut IKV Pax Christi und Netwerk Vlaanderen sind das Aberdeen Asset Management, Aviva, Barclays, Baring Asset Management, Henderson Global Investors, HSBC, Invesco, Lloyds Banking, Newton Investment Management, Prudential, Royal Bank of Scotland und Veritas Asset Management. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Tödliche Felder in Kambodscha geräumt

(15.12.2011)

Landminen behinderten einst das kriegsgeschädige Kambodscha in seiner Entwicklung. Heute gilt das Land als Modell für gelungene Überwindung dieser tödlichen Hinterlassenschaft des Krieges. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


DAX-Konzerne müssen „Raus aus der Sackgasse Profitgier!“

(14.12.2011)

Kritische Aktionäre starten neue Kampagne gegen unethische Finanzierungen. weiterlesen >>>


Landminenunfall in Kenya

(11.12.2011)

Zwei Landminen in Mandera und Wajir wurden durch Fahrzeuge ausgelöst. Ein Soldat wurde getötet und neun Soldaten wurden verletzt. (in Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


„Selbst auf dem Dach unseres Büros haben wir leere Schusshülsen gefunden"

(11.12.2011)

Bruno ist Logistikkoordinator in Libyen und trainiert Mitglieder des Teams von Handicap International in der Organisation von Einsätzen. weiterlesen >>>


Recht auf Entwicklung, Recht auf Zukunft

(10.12.2011)

Laos kämpft immer noch mit den Kriegsfolgen. Das Recht auf Entwicklung gehört zu den allgemein anerkannten Menschenrechten. SODI unterstützt die Verwirklichung in Laos mit seinem Integrierten Programm. weiterlesen >>>


Kosovo

(09.11.2001)

Two ethnic Albanian shepherds were killed Monday afternoon in a landmine explosion in western Kosovo, Yugoslavia's official Tanjug news agency reported Tuesday.  weiterlesen >>>


With new mines laid every year, more funds needed for clearance work: Annan

(09.11.2001)

UNITED NATIONS - Despite significant progress over the past year in the United Nations' anti-landmine work, new explosive ordnances continue to be laid in many parts of the world, requiring a greater financial commitment on the part of the international donor community, Secretary-General Kofi Annan said in a report issued today in New York. weiterlesen >>>


MAC COALITION CALLS FOR A MORATORIUM ON CLUSTER BOMBS

(09.11.2001)

PRESS RELEASE Wednesday, November 7, 2001  weiterlesen >>>


Federals spot 30 mines in their way in a day

(09.11.2001)

GROZNY, Chechnya, Federal troops have defused 13 land-mines on Chechnya's railways in the past 24 hours, a spokesman for the Grozny military commandant's office told Itar-Tass on Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


Jean Ziegler will Lebensmittel-Abwurf in Afghanistan stoppen

(09.11.2001)

New York - UNO-Sonderberichterstatter für Ernährung Jean Ziegler hat den sofortigen Stopp des Abwurfs von Lebensmittelpaketen über Afghanistan gefordert. Die Glaubwürdigkeit der humanitären Hilfe werde dadurch stark geschädigt.  weiterlesen >>>


"Splitterbomben sind barbarisch"

(09.11.2001)

EU-Parlamentspräsidentin Fontaine: USA müssen Vorgehen mit Europa abstimmen weiterlesen >>>


Mehr Minenopfer in Afghanistan

(09.11.2001)

Kritik an Lebensmittelabwürfen - Auch Flucht durch vermintes Gelände weiterlesen >>>


SODI-Projekt

(09.11.2001)

Am 17. Breitengrad in Vietnam werden mit Hilfe des Solidaritätsdienst-international e.V. (SODI) Dörfer wieder aufgebaut, die im Krieg ausgelöscht worden waren.  weiterlesen >>>


EU erlaubt Waffenlieferung

(01.11.2001)

Länder der EU sollen den Gegnern der afghanischen Taliban künftig Waffen liefern können.  weiterlesen >>>


Afghanistan: Drei Millionen in der Falle

(01.11.2001)

Der Tod trägt gelb - USA waren Zivilisten in Afghanistan davor, dass nicht nur Lebensmittel, sondern auch Clusterbomben (s. Foto) - die gefährliche Blindgänger hinterlassen - abgeworfen wurden. Diese seien ebenfalls gelb und könnten deshalb mit den Paketen verwechselt werden.  weiterlesen >>>


Lebanese, United Arab Emirates and United Nations launch mine-clearing project

(01.11.2001)

BEIRUT -Lebanon - the United Arab Emirates and the United Nations launched a Dollar 50 million joint project Thursday for clearing southern Lebanon of land mines.  weiterlesen >>>


Rebel Violence Flares in Indian Kashmir, 20 Killed

(01.11.2001)

A police official told Reuters one soldier was killed and 11 injured when security patrol vehicles ran over land mines in two places in the Bandipur area. weiterlesen >>>


Afghans warned over cluster bombs

(01.11.2001)

WASHINGTON, USA - The U.S. has said it will not drop food parcels and cluster bombs in the same areas. The United States has begun broadcasting warnings to people in Afghanistan informing them how to tell the difference between unexploded cluster bomb units and airdropped food parcels -- both of which are yellow.  weiterlesen >>>


SOMALIA: Land mine kills three

(01.11.2001)

NAIROBI, Kenya - At least three people were killed and four others injured when the vehicle they were travelling in hit a land mine near the town of Buur Hakaba, 180 km southwest of Mogadishu, on Monday, a Somali source told IRIN.  weiterlesen >>>


Allies Defend Cluster Bombs

(31.10.2001)

Britain and America hit back yesterday at the growing international outcry over the use of cluster bombs and insisted that they would be used again in Afghanistan if required.  weiterlesen >>>


UK Commentary Argues Cluster Bombs are Landmines and Should not be Usedv

(31.10.2001)

In the House of Commons on Wednesday, Clare Short denied point blank that coalition forces were dropping landmines on Afghanistan.  weiterlesen >>>


Die Waffen der USA - Einsatz, Kosten, Wirkung

(26.10.2001)

Der moderne Krieg: Die USA besitzen ein riesiges Arsenal «intelligenter» Bomben und Granaten. Seit dem Golfkrieg wurden Massen dieser potenziellen Erstschlagswaffen entwickelt und an das Militär geliefert.  weiterlesen >>>


Missbrauchtes Afghanistan

(26.10.2001)

Zwei Drittel der Deutschen fordern einen Stopp der Bombardierung von Taliban-Einrichtungen.  weiterlesen >>>


US cluster bomb attack leave nine dead

(25.10.2001)

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Cluster bombs dropped by US warplanes on a village in western Afghanistan killed nine civilians, the United Nations said Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


Charity Wants to Stop Cluster Bombs

(25.10.2001)

LONDON, UK - The charity set up in memory of Princess Diana called Thursday for the United States to stop using cluster bombs in its military campaign against Afghanistan. weiterlesen >>>


OXFAM bittet um Unterstützung für TRIPS-Online-Petition

(25.10.2001)

Die Online-Petition zur Klärung der geistigen Eigentums- und Patentrechte innerhalb der WTO (TRIPS) findet im Vorfeld der WTO Ministertagung in Doha statt.  weiterlesen >>>


Mines Make Afghanistan A Landscape Of Danger: Munitions are peril to troops and refugees

(25.10.2001)

BOSTON, USA - PESHAWAR, Pakistan - As they enter Afghanistan, American troops may discover that the ground beneath their feet holds greater danger than the Taliban forces hunkered down in machine-gun nests or terrorist fighters dug into heavily fortified caves.  weiterlesen >>>


Tiger landmine attack kills seven in Sri Lanka

(25.10.2001)

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka - At least seven army personnel were killed in northern Sri Lanka Wednesday when their vehicle was blown up in a mine blast carried out by Tamil Tiger rebels, the defence ministry said.  weiterlesen >>>


Seven die in landmine set by Indian Maoists

(25.10.2001)

NEW DELHI, India - Seven people, including six police officers, were killed Saturday by a landmine planted by suspected Maoist rebels in the lawless eastern Indian state of Bihar, police said.  weiterlesen >>>


Stopp von Streubomben in Afghanistan gefordert

(25.10.2001)

London (AP) Die im Namen von Prinzessin Diana gegründete britische Hilfsorganisation hat am Donnerstag die USA aufgefordert, in Afghanistan keine Streubomben mehr einzusetzen.  weiterlesen >>>


An army unit is conducting a relentless war, clearing Greece's borders

(24.10.2001)

ATHENS, Greece - Since 1954, the Land Mine Clearance Squad (TENX) has systematically cleared mines from practically every district in Greece. weiterlesen >>>


Land mine kills officers

(24.10.2001)

ATHENS, Greece - TWO ARMY bomb disposal experts were killed on October 15 when a land mine exploded as they were attempting to defuse it along Greece's border with Bulgaria, authorities said.  weiterlesen >>>


10-30% missiles, bombs still unexploded in Afghanistan

(24.10.2001)

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - United Nations (UN) on Friday asked the Afghan people to refrain from touching the explosive devices which can give birth to any eventuality saying 10 to 30% missiles and bombs still remain unexploded.  weiterlesen >>>


7 KILLED IN BIHAR LANDMINE BLAST

(22.10.2001)

PATNA: Seven persons, including six policemen, were killed in a landmine blast triggered by People's War Group rebels at Jagpura village of Patna district in the wee hours on Saturday, a top police official said.  weiterlesen >>>


Das Gewehr reicht bis zum Kinn

(22.10.2001)

Kaarst. Die Ausstellung "Kinder und Krieg" von "Terre des Hommes" zeigt das Schicksal der Soldatenkinder, die weltweit in Kriegen kämpfen. Eröffnung ist am 23. Oktober.  weiterlesen >>>


Minen behindern Hilfe für afghanische Flüchtlinge

(22.10.2001)

QUETTA, 19. Oktober (afp). Bei der Suche nach Wasser für tausende afghanische Flüchtlinge in Pakistan stoßen Mitarbeiter des UN-Flüchtlingshilfswerks verstärkt auf Minen.  weiterlesen >>>


Minen-Taktik der Mujaheddin

(22.10.2001)

Mit dem Einsatz von Bodentruppen betreten die USA ein Minenfeld weiterlesen >>>


Hilfe wird erschwert

(18.10.2001)

Taliban überfällt Hilfsorganisation. Versorgung nur bei Luftangriff-Stopp. Rotes Kreuz wartet auf Entschuldigung. weiterlesen >>>


ICBL denounces attacks on mine clearers in Afghanistan

(18.10.2001)

Besides ICBL declares that CBU 89 Clusterbombs with antipersonnel mines have not been used in Afghanistan by the US Air Force, but so far the US-Pentagon hasn't confirmed not having used antipersonnel mines it its air campaign.  weiterlesen >>>


UN Mineclearing Programme In Jeopardy

(18.10.2001)

In 1993, the daily casualty rate in Afghanistan was estimated at about 20-24 landmine victims each day or about 600 per month. weiterlesen >>>


U.N. Reports Increasing Taliban Attacks on Local U.N. Staff

(18.10.2001)

UNITED NATIONS - Attacks on personnel working to remove landmines from Afghanistan are on the rise, a U.N. press release said Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


War stymies mine work

(18.10.2001)

Afghanistan has the whole mines bazaar with lots of second- and third-generation stuff, but they have never seen unexploded cluster bombs and sub-munitions.  weiterlesen >>>


It Will Take 100 Years to Clear Landmines, Says Report

(18.10.2001)

MAPUTO, Mozambique - It will take 100 years before Mozambique is free of its landmines says a report by Desminagem de Sofala (Dessof) an organisation that is clearing Sofala province.  weiterlesen >>>


Angola: land mines kill 388 people in 2000

(16.10.2001)

There are 76 types of mines to be found in Angola, and they are produced in 22 countries. In 2000 alone, 407 accidents involving mines were recorded in Angola. These incidents resulted in 388 people killed, and 452 wounded.  weiterlesen >>>


PRESS STATEMENT

(15.10.2001)

ICBL dismayed at bombing of demining organisation in Afghanistan  weiterlesen >>>


PRESSEERKLÄRUNG

(15.10.2001)

Deutsche Hilfswerke besorgt über den Einsatz von Antipersonenminen in Afghanistan  weiterlesen >>>


Streubomben-Einsatz verurteilt

(13.10.2001)

Grüne haben jetzt "große Zweifel" / Kritik an US-Militär. Bei den Grünen regt sich Kritik am Einsatz von Streubomben der US-Armee in Afghanistan. Verteidigungsexpertin Angelika Beer äußerte Zweifel, ob dies der richtige Weg sei.  weiterlesen >>>


Jegliche Ressource, jede Waffe, jedes Mittel

(13.10.2001)

BERLIN, 12. Oktober. Im Luftkrieg gegen die afghanischen Taliban und ihren Schützling Osama Bin Laden haben die Vereinigten Staaten nach eigenen Angaben in der Nacht zum Donnerstag erstmals Streubomben eingesetzt.  weiterlesen >>>


US-Streitkräfte setzen in Afghanistan Landminen ein

(12.10.2001)

B-1 und B-52 Bomber haben nach Angaben der New York Times über Afghanistan Clusterbomben des Typs CBU-89 abgeworfen. Dieses Waffensystem enthält 72 Antifahrzeugminen und 22 Antipersonenminen. weiterlesen >>>


UCK versteckte Raketenwerfer und Minen

(12.10.2001)

Waffenlager der albanischen Extremisten entdeckt  weiterlesen >>>


About 3 Million People Displaced in Angola

(11.10.2001)

Resettlement programs "continue limited" because of "persistent insecurity, the proliferation of landmines and difficulties in identifying farming areas", the report said.  weiterlesen >>>


Alarm over aid drop in "world's biggest minefield"

(11.10.2001)

The decision by the United States to drop 37,000 food packets on Afghanistan is not just irrelevant but could be lethal, aid workers are warning.  weiterlesen >>>


MOROCCO - Developments on the Banning of Landmines

(11.10.2001)

In February 2001, Moroccan officials for the first time claimed that Morocco no longer uses antipersonnel mines. But between March 2000 and March 2001, Moroccan authorities registered 51 victims of antivehicle mines and UXO explosions in the Western Sahara.  weiterlesen >>>


Verbreitete Kritik an Abwurf von Lebensmitteln

(11.10.2001)

Genf/Rom/Berlin (dpa) - Zahlreiche Hilfsorganisationen haben am Mittwoch die Sorge geäußert, dass die US-Armee mit dem Abwurf von Nahrungsmitteln über Afghanistan mehr Schaden als Nutzen anrichtet. weiterlesen >>>


Land Mines, Aging Missiles Pose Threat: Equipment Left Over From Soviet War Could Endanger U.S. Troops in Afghanistan

(10.10.2001)

WASHINGTON, USA, Afghanistan's ruling Taliban militia still possesses dozens of Stinger anti-aircraft missiles left from the 1979-1989 war against the Soviet Union, but Pentagon officials and other defense experts say an estimated 10 million land mines buried during the Soviet occupation would pose an even greater threat to U.S. forces.  weiterlesen >>>


U.S. details bombing damage First fatalities confirmed as assault enters 3rd night

(10.10.2001)

Oct. 9 ? As U.S. bombs rained on Afghanistan for a third straight night, the Pentagon released images Tuesday of damage inflicted over the previous two days, and declared air supremacy over the country and its Taliban rulers. The United States is now able to ?carry out operations more or less around the clock,? said Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.  weiterlesen >>>


U.N. Spokesperson Confirms Attacking of Demining Office

(10.10.2001)

U.N. Spokesperson in Islamabad Stephanie Bunker on Tuesday confirmed that Afghan Technical Consultants (ATC), a UN-funded demining office, was bombed during the second wave of U.S.-led air attacks late Monday night.  weiterlesen >>>


US-Angriffe

(10.10.2001)

Uno warnt vor Blindgängern weiterlesen >>>


Auch Landminen sind Terror gegen Zivilbevölkerungen

(09.10.2001)

Handicap International: Aktionstage für ein Verbot aller Landminen  weiterlesen >>>


US-MILITÄRSCHLÄGE

(09.10.2001)

CNN: Vier afghanische UN-Minenräumer bei Angriffen getötet weiterlesen >>>


Einladung des Lew Kopelew Forums zum TV-Symposium "Ächtung aller Landminen"

(05.10.2001)

Am 11.Oktober um 19:00 lädt das Lew Kopelew Forum zum TV-Symposium "Ächtung aller Landminen" nach Berlin ein. Die Veranstaltung wird vom Dokumentationskanal Phoenix und dem WDR übertragen.  weiterlesen >>>


Dritte Vertragsstaatenkonferenz zur Ottawa Konvention in Managua

(24.09.2001)

Die Internationale Kampagne für das Verbot von Landminen zeigt sich enttäuscht darüber, dass Deutschland, Frankreich, Japan und Großbritannien nicht der Auffassung sind, dass Antifahrzeugminen mit Aufhebesperren bzw. personen-sensitiven Zündern bereits durch die Ottawa Konvention verboten sind.


Daily Update - 3 Third Meeting of States Parties, 19 September 2001 Managua, Nicaragua

(24.09.2001)

ICBL says that discussion on antitank mines with anti-handling devices/personnel sensitive fuses was disappointing, because France, Germany, Japan and the UK made general comments suggesting that the Ottawa Convention does not include these landmines. weiterlesen >>>


Abschluss der Anti-Personenminen-Konferenz

(24.09.2001)

MANAGUA. Die Schweizerische Kampagne gegen Personenminen zeigte sich von der Minenkonferenz enttäuscht, weil die Problematik der Fahrzeugminen in der Schlusserklärung fehlt.  weiterlesen >>>


Verbot aller Minen

(19.09.2001)

Christoffel-Aufruf zum Weltkindertag weiterlesen >>>


Landminen trotz Ächtung noch weit verbreitet

(13.09.2001)

Brüssel - Der Einsatz von Landminen in Konflikten ist trotz internationaler Ächtung weit verbreitet. "In 23 militärischen Auseinandersetzungen haben sowohl Rebellen als auch Regierungstruppen im vergangenen Jahr erstmals Antipersonenminen verwendet", sagte Stan Brabant von der Landminen-Beobachtergruppe bei der Vorstellung des Reports 2000. weiterlesen >>>


Report Details Positive Results on Landmine Ban, Despite Instances of Continued Use

(13.09.2001)

The Nobel Peace Prize-winning International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) today released its third annual report on the global landmine situation, detailing substantial results in implementation of the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty and instances of continued use of the weapon. weiterlesen >>>


Verheerende Anschläge mit Antifahrzeugminen in afrikanischen Staaten

(12.09.2001)

+++ Mindestens 250 Menschen wurden getötet, als die UNITA in Angola einen Zug mittels einer Antifahrzeugmine zum entgleisen brachte +++ Bei vier Anschlägen mit Antifahrzeugminen in Somalia wurden mehrere Menschen getötet +++ Ein Minenräumer der norwegischen Organisation NPA wurde durch eine Antifahrzeugmine getötet, 7 seiner Kollegen wurden verwundet +++ 5 Menschen sterben als ein Kleinbus in Somalia auf eine Antifahrzeugmine fährt +++ Weitere Unfälle verursacht durch Antifahrzeugminen wurden aus Mazedonien und Sri Lanka gemeldet +++  weiterlesen >>>


In Kürze

(12.09.2001)

Laut Unicef sind in diesem Jahr bislang 192 Minenopfer in Kolumbien zu beklagen +++ In Afghanistan sind monatlich 500 Minenopfer zu beklagen +++ In Angola fielen allein im Juni diesen Jahres 110 Menschen Landminen zum Opfer, weitere 140 wurden verletzt.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine kills two children at Kashmir playground

(12.09.2001)

SRINAGAR, India - Two children were killed and four others injured Tuesday in a powerful blast at a playground in Indian-administered Kashmir, officials said.  weiterlesen >>>


Five Police Killed in Chechnya Mine Blasts

(12.09.2001)

MOSCOW, Russia - Five policemen were killed and 14 wounded in two separate land mine blasts in Chechnya (news - web sites)'s capital Grozny, Russia's Interfax news agency reported Monday.  weiterlesen >>>


UNICEF: Landmines Cause 192 Accidents in Colombia in 2001

(12.09.2001)

Antipersonnel mines have caused 192 accidents so far this year, a local representative from the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine Explosions Claim 500 Lives Each Month in Afghanistan

(12.09.2001)

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - In Afghanistan, the fatality rate from landmines is 500 every month.  weiterlesen >>>


12 Hurt by Sri Lanka Mine Blast

(12.09.2001)

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka - Rebels used a remote control device to explode a land mine while a passenger bus went over it Wednesday, wounding at least 12 people, the military said.  weiterlesen >>>


Two land mine attacks in Sri Lanka kill two, wound 17

(12.09.2001)

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka - Tamil Tiger rebels set off a land mine against a military vehicle in northern Sri Lanka Wednesday, killing two soldiers hours after a similar attack against a civilian bus elsewhere, officials said.  weiterlesen >>>


Land mine kills 10 policemen

(12.09.2001)

NEW DELHI, India - A land mine blast Monday killed at least 10 policemen in India's southern state of Andhra Pradesh.  weiterlesen >>>


Minister says over 100 Namibians died in landmine explosions since 1990

(12.09.2001)

WINDHOEK, Namibia - Just over 100 Namibians have died as a result of landmine explosions since Independence.  weiterlesen >>>


Death Toll in Angola Train Attack Reaches 250

(12.09.2001)

At least 250 people are now known to have died in a rebel attack on an Angolan train, one of the bloodiest incidents in recent years of the country's long running civil war, state radio reported Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Four died in overnight violence in Kashmir

(12.09.2001)

SRINAGAR, India - Three Indian security personnel and an alleged police informant were killed in overnight violence in Kashmir, ahead of Indian Independence Day, police said Tuesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Land Mines Kill Half a Million People in Southern Africa

(12.09.2001)

BLANTYRE, Malawi - More than half a million people in the southern African region have been killed by land mines over the past decade, an official from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) said here on Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


At Least 8 Macedonian Soldiers Killed in Landmine Explosion

(12.09.2001)

TIRANA, Albania - At least Macedonian soldiers were killed and six others injured when a military vehicle detonated a landmine Friday morning in the country's north mountainous region, said reports reaching here from Skopje.  weiterlesen >>>


Fourteen killed in Chechnya, two Russian soldiers freed

(12.09.2001)

MOSCOW - Seven guerrillas, six policemen and a soldier died in separate incidents in Chechnya as troops freed two soldiers kidnapped by rebels in the breakaway republic, Russian military sources said Saturday.  weiterlesen >>>


Death Toll in Landmine Explosion in Western Angola Exceeds 150

(12.09.2001)

LUANDA, Angola - At least 152 persons have so far been killed and 151 others injured by last Friday's landmine explosion on the railroad in the central western Angolan province of Kwanza-Norte, the official news agency Angop reported here on Monday.  weiterlesen >>>


Mine attacks kills 7 Macedonian troops

(12.09.2001)

SKOPJE, Macedonia - Seven Macedonian soldiers were killed and eight others wounded Friday as their truck hit two land mines near Skopje, the Macedonian Defense Ministry said.  weiterlesen >>>


110 killed, 140 wounded by landmines in Angola in June 2001

(12.09.2001)

Anti-personnel and anti-tank landmines killed 110 people and injured 140 others during June in six of Angola's eighteen provinces, a UN report said.  weiterlesen >>>


Somalia: Four vehicles hit land mines in south, several people said killed

(12.09.2001)

MOGADISHI, Somalia - Reports from Kismayo say several people were killed and a number of others wounded when four vehicles hit land mines on the road linking Jubbada Hoose and Jubbada Dhexe regions.  weiterlesen >>>


Serious AT mine accident in Mozambique

(12.09.2001)

NORWAY - Monday morning July 16, a car with eight NPA deminers hit an anti-tankmine on a road in Machaze District in Manica Region.  weiterlesen >>>


Two Macedonians killed in landmine explosion

(12.09.2001)

TETOVO, Macedonia - A Macedonian woman and her son were killed Sunday when a mine exploded under their vehicle in the northwest of the country, the scene of recent ethnic fighting, police sources said.  weiterlesen >>>


Five Killed in Land-Mine Incident

(12.09.2001)

MOGADISHU, Somalia - A minibus travelling from the coastal town of Kismayo on its way to Mogadishu, 500 km to the north, on Wednesday detonated a land mine at Erile near the town of Barawe, after covering just over 200 km.  weiterlesen >>>


Blast kills two policemen in Chechnya

(12.09.2001)

MOSCOW, Russia - The blast of a land-mine killed two servicemen of Russian interior troops and left one with a grave injury in Chechnya on Sunday.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine kills EU monitors

(12.09.2001)

UK - Two European Union monitors and an interpreter were killed when their vehicle hit a landmine in northern Macedonia, Javier Solana, the EU foreign policy chief, confirmed yesterday.  weiterlesen >>>


4 Killed in Attack By Chechnya Rebels

(12.09.2001)

GROZNY, Russia - Chechen rebels opened fire after detonating a land mine under a Russian armoured personnel carrier today, killing three soldiers and a policeman and injuring 11 others, officials said.  weiterlesen >>>


CAMBODIA: Cambodian scrap yard blast injures five.

(12.09.2001)

PHNOM PENH, Cambodia -Five people, including three young children, were injured in the Cambodian capital when a bag of land mine detonators they were dismantling for scrap exploded, reports said Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


Nine soldiers wounded in Sri Lanka landmine blast

(12.09.2001)

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka's Tamil Tiger guerrillas set off a powerful landmine in the heart of the northern town of Jaffna Monday, wounding at least nine soldiers, the defence ministry said.  weiterlesen >>>


Somalia: One killed as truck detonates land mine in south-east

(12.09.2001)

MOGADISHU, Somalia - At least one person was killed and five others wounded when a truck they were travelling in was blown up by a land mine near Baraawe town [southeastern Somalia].  weiterlesen >>>


Land mines kill boy, two adults

(12.09.2001)

TRAVNIK, Bosnia-Herzegovina - An 11-year-old boy, his uncle and another man were killed  weiterlesen >>>


Angola: Cunene governor seriously wounded in land mine incident

(12.09.2001)

LUANDA, Angola - Pedro Mutinde, the governor of Cunene Province, was seriously wounded when the vehicle in which he was travelling set off a land mine in the Humbe region of Xangongo District.  weiterlesen >>>


Sri Lanka landmine blast shatters Jaffna calm

(12.09.2001)

COLOMBO - Tamil Tiger rebels set off a powerful landmine in the heart of the northern town of Jaffna Monday, wounding nine soldiers and a civilian, while 10 more people were killed in fighting elsewhere, officials said.  weiterlesen >>>


Tigers kill two soldiers in Sri Lanka

(12.09.2001)

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka - Two soldiers were killed Monday when Tiger Tamil rebels attacked an army bunker, while in a separate incident nine soldiers and a civilian were wounded in a landmine explosion, officials said.  weiterlesen >>>


Two Tajiks killed in landmine blast on Tajik-Uzbek border

(12.09.2001)

DUSHANBE, Tajikistan - Two men were killed after setting off a landmine on Tajikistan's northern mountainous border with Uzbekistan, Tajik interior ministry officials told AFP on Tuesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Four border guards injured in blast in Indian Kashmir

(12.09.2001)

SRINAGAR, India - Four Indian paramilitary soldiers were injured Friday when their vehicle ran over a landmine in Indian-administered Kashmir, police said.  weiterlesen >>>


Canadian Demining Institute reports landmines in 1,700 Mozambican villagesCanadian Demining Institute reports landmines in 1,700 Mozambican villages

(12.09.2001)

LISBON, Portugal - At least 1,700 villages are mined throughout Mozambique and entire communities in Maputo, Zambezia and Inhambane provinces, are still surrounded by landmine fields.  weiterlesen >>>


Sieben Tote bei Explosionen in Kaschmir.

(11.09.2001)

Schulbus von Antifahrzeugmine zerstört. Ein Schulmädchen starb, 13 weitere wurden verletzt. weiterlesen >>>