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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 >>>