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Angolan Civil War Displaces 384,000 Refugees

(12.11.2001)

Landmines killed 28 people and injured 20 others in September, raising the nine-month tally to 150 killed and 185 wounded.  weiterlesen >>>


Anti-tank mine kills three scrap scavengers in Vietnam

(12.11.2001)

HANOI, Vietnam - Three people were killed and three badly injured in southern Vietnam last week when they set off an anti-tank mine while hunting for scrap, an official newspaper reported on Tuesday.  weiterlesen >>>


WEAPONS UNDER FIRE: Bombing - is it smart?

(12.11.2001)

HUMANITARIAN groups are calling on US forces to curb the use of indiscriminate "dumb bombs" in Afghanistan, as MILES KEMP reports.  weiterlesen >>>


Say "no" to NATO mines in Afghanistan

(09.11.2001)

Send your letter to the Ministers of Defense of NATO member countries to ensure they oppose any use of antipersonnel landmines by the U.S. or others in the current fighting in Afghanistan.  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 >>>