News-Archiv



Indian soldier dies in landmine blast

(14.01.2002)

SRINAGAR, India - An Indian soldier was killed and two others wounded in a land mine explosion.  weiterlesen >>>


India to mine Pakistani border: Thumbs its nose at Ottawa treaty

(14.01.2002)

TORONTO, Canada - Anti-land mine activists are alarmed at the Indian government's plan to lay millions of mines along its border with Pakistan, which stretches more than 3,000 kilometres from the Indian Ocean to the Himalayas.  weiterlesen >>>


Indien wird das größte Minenfeld der Welt anlegen.

(11.01.2002)

Allein die Verminung der indischpakistanischen Grenze hat auf indischer Seite bereits über 40 Tote und zahllose Verletzte gefordert. Mindestens 18 Tote und 11 Verletzte forderte so die bisher verheerendste Explosion einer Antifahrzeugmine am 5.1. nahe des Grenzortes Ahwa. 11 Menschen starben bei einer ähnlichen Explosion in der Nähe des Ortes Mohawa. Eine Produktionsstätte für Zünder von Antifahrzeugminen schließlich wurde bei einer Explosion am Montag, dem 7.1. nahezu vollständig zerstört. (Foto: CFMAD, indische Antifahrzeugmine vom Typ 1A) weiterlesen >>>


Afghanistan: Über 4000 zivile Opfer der Bomben

(11.01.2002)

Die Rechnung mit den Unschuldigen  weiterlesen >>>


Production of fuses at Khamaria stopped

(11.01.2002)

ABALPUR, India, The land mine blasts which took place in one of the biggest ordnance factories in the country on Monday night are being taken very seriously by the authorities. The entire site is under the control of Army and the civilian staff is being kept out. Production of fuses for anti-tank mines at the Khamaria factory has been stopped, indicating the gravity of explosions. weiterlesen >>>


Army orders probe into landmine blast

(11.01.2002)

AHWA, India, Army has ordered an inquiry into the incident of anti-tank mine blast that shook this border village on Saturday.The official count of dead, as given by Army spokesperson Naresh Vig, stands at 18 including three civilians while 11, including two civilians, have been reported to be injured. (Foto: CFMAD, Indian M 14 antipersonnel mine)  weiterlesen >>>


Hasty mine-laying costing Army dearly

(11.01.2002)

NEW DELHI, India - With almost 40 persons killed in landmine blasts since the mobilisation of troops began a month ago, questions are now being raised if the Army is following proper procedures and taking precautions while laying deadly anti-tank and anti-personnel mines along the border. (Foto: CFMAD, Indian M 16 antipersonnel mine)  weiterlesen >>>


11 Killed in landmine Blast in India

(11.01.2002)

NEW DELHI, Eleven people including nine Armymen were killed when a landmine exploded near the border village of Mohawa in the Attari sector of Punjab Saturday evening. weiterlesen >>>