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UZBEKISTAN MINES BORDER WITH TAJIKISTAN

(10.10.2000)

Newly appointed Uzbek Defense Minister Kadyr Gulomov said in Tashkent on 4 October that Uzbekistan has begun mining part of its border with Tajikistan to prevent further incursions by Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan militants  weiterlesen >>>


Land mine injures four civilians in Central Asian border region

(04.10.2000)

DUSHANBE, Tajikistan (AP) - Four Tajik villagers were injured when their truck struck a land mine as they were crossing the border with Uzbekistan, police said Tuesday. weiterlesen >>>


ANGOLA: Seven killed in antivehicle mine explosion

(04.10.2000)

Seven people were killed and two others wounded when a truck in which they were travelling detonated a land mine along the road between Huambo and Lubango in central Angola's Huila Province, independent 'Radio Ecclesia' reported on Tuesday. It said the deaths, last Wednesday, had brought to 35 the number of people killed in land mine explosions and ambushes. weiterlesen >>>


IRIN Focus On Angola's Continued Use Of Land Mines

(21.09.2000)

UNITA had increased its use of anti-vehicle mines weiterlesen >>>


Statement of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines To the Second Meeting of States Parties to the 1997 Ottawa Convention on banning antipersonnel mines

(20.09.2000)

Delivered by Stephen Goose, Human Rights Watch, Head of Delegation, ICBL Geneva, Switzerland 12 September 2000 weiterlesen >>>


PRESSEINFORMATION

(15.09.2000)

Integrität des Verbotes von Antipersonenminen ist bedroht  weiterlesen >>>


Presseerklärung - Zweite Vertragsstaatenkonferenz des Internationalen Verbotsabkommens über Antipersonenminen, 11. - 15. Sept. 2000 in Genf

(11.09.2000)

(Berlin/Genf, 10.09.00) Achtzehn Monate nach Inkrafttreten des Verbotes von Antipersonenminen treffen sich diese Woche ca. 500 Diplomaten, Minenexperten und Vertreter von Nichtregierungsorganisationen in Genf, um die Umsetzung der Konvention über das Verbot von Antipersonenminen zu beraten. weiterlesen >>>


14.9.2000 Aktionstag gegen Landminen - München, Paris, Brüssel...

(09.09.2000)

Aus Anlass der Genfer Konferenz der Staaten, die das Abkommen über ein Verbot von Anti-Personen-Minen unterstützen, veranstaltet Handicap International in Paris, Brüssel, München und 24 anderen europäischen Städten Aktionstage gegen Landminen.  weiterlesen >>>