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Iran: Schäfer stirbt nach Unfall mit Landmine

(31.05.2015)

Der Mann war ander Grenze zum Irak auf eine Mine aus dem iranisch-irakischen Krieg der Achtziger Jahre getreten. Bis zu 16 Millionen Minen könnten noch immer in der Erde auf ihre Opfer lauern (Auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Mali: Drei UN-Blauhelme durch Mine verletzt

(30.05.2015)

Das Fahrzeug der drei Blauhelme fuhr am vergangenen Dienstag im Norden Malis über eine Mine. Diese explodierte, tötete aber zum Glück keinen der Mitreisenden. (auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Südafrika ratifziert Streubombenkonvention

(29.05.2015)

Südafrika hat am vergangengen Donnerstag als 92er Staat die Ratifizierungsunterlagen bei den Vereinten Nationen in New York eingereicht. Die Konvention tritt am 1. November 2015 in Kraft. (auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Kobane: Stadt voller Trümmer und Blindgänger - Aktueller Bericht von Handicap International

(27.05.2015)

Laut einem Bericht von Handicap International wurden 80 Prozent der Stadt zerstört. Selten haben die Teams der Organisation eine solche Kontaminierung mit explosiven Waffen gesehen. weiterlesen >>>


Fotograf tritt auf Mine - und macht sofort Fotos

(26.05.2015)

Als Joao Silver 2010 mit US Truppen in Afghanistan unterwegs war, trat er auf eine Landmine. Direkt danach tat er das, was er schon seit Jahren tat: Fotos schießen.  weiterlesen >>>


Nigeria: Boko Haram verlegt Minen an Grenze zu Kamerun

(24.05.2015)

Laut offiziellen Aussagen vermint Boko Haram die Grenze Nigerias zu Kamerun, um die kamerunische Armee dabei zu hindern, die Grenzregion zu sichern. (Auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


UNMAS Online Training zum Schutz vor Landminen und explosiven Kriegsresten

(18.05.2015)

Die UN Anti-Minen-Organisation UNMAS hat ein Online Sicherheitstraining gegen Landminen und explosive Kriegsreste entwickelt, das Unfällen mit diesen Waffen vorbeugen soll. (Auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Ukraine: Zwei Zivilisten und zwei Soldaten bei Landminenunfall getötet

(18.05.2015)

Die zwei Zivilisten und die zwei Nationalgardisten waren mit ihrem SUV in der Region Luhansk abseits der normalen Straßen unterwegs und fuhren dort über eine Landmine. (Auf Englisch) weiterlesen >>>


Aid for Hundreds of Thousands in Somalia (Somalia)

(31.05.2007)

Aid Reaches Hundreds of Thousands in Somalia, But Difficulties Persist, UN Says  weiterlesen >>>


Volunteer physicians depart for Afghanistan (U.S./Afghanistan)

(31.05.2007)

Twin surgeons from New York City depart June 1 for Kabul hospital.  weiterlesen >>>


Sri Lankan troops find 81 anti-personnel mines in country's volatile east (Sri Lanka)

(31.05.2007)

Soldiers hunting for separatist Tamil rebels found a stash of 81 anti-personnel mines hidden in a jungle in eastern Sri Lanka, the military said Friday. The mines were packed in several bags and concealed in a jungle near Thoppigala, one of the last rebel strongholds in the east, said Lt. Col. Upali Rajapakse of the Defense Ministry information center.  weiterlesen >>>


UN Says Rebuilding Northern Uganda Could Take 4 Years (Uganda )

(31.05.2007)

It will take up to four years to rebuild northern Uganda after two decades of rebellion, even if peace talks succeed, the BBC Web site reports, citing a top U.N. official.  weiterlesen >>>


Afghan Fighting Kills 16 Police (Afghanistan)

(31.05.2007)

A wave of fighting in Afghanistan's south and west killed 16 police and dozens of suspected militants, Afghan officials said Thursday.  weiterlesen >>>


Mozambican De-Mining Under Threat ( Mozambique )

(31.05.2007)

The withdrawal of financial partners is threatening to derail Mozambique 's strategic plan to rid the country of landmines.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine hero to get bravery honour (U.K.)

(31.05.2007)

A MINE-CLEARING expert who lost his leg in an explosion while attempting to rescue a Lebanese shepherd will today be rewarded for his bravery. weiterlesen >>>


Senate Committee Recommends Using Controversial Cluster Bombs (Australia)

(31.05.2007)

An Australian Senate committee hearing will recommend to the federal government that Australian soldiers be allowed to use deadly and controversial cluster bombs for the first time.  weiterlesen >>>


Yashar Boyukanit: There are countries supporting PKK terror among our allies (Turkey)

(31.05.2007)

There are countries which are directly or indirectly supporting PKK terror among our allies. We are concerned about that," chief of Turkish Armed Forces General Staff Yashar Boyukanit said at the international symposium "New frameworks of security and international organizations" in Ankara, APA's Turkey bureau reports.  weiterlesen >>>


International Eurasian Press Fund to Conduct Training for Mine Victims at Grant of US Department of State (Azerbaijan)

(31.05.2007)

Azerbaijan, Baku The funds granted by the Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement in the US Department of State will enable the International Eurasian Press Fund establish regional branches in the Aghstafa and Fizuly regions of Azerbaijan to conduct exercises for all those persons who have suffered from mine explosions, Rahman Mammadov, the Program Director of the Fund announced.  weiterlesen >>>


Lebanon: Woman loses leg to cluster bomb in south (Lebanon)

(31.05.2007)

A cluster bomb left over from last year's war between Israel and the Hizbullah went off Wednesday wounding a Lebanese woman, the official National News Agency said.  weiterlesen >>>


Senate committee rejects bomb ban (Australia)

(31.05.2007)

A Senate committee is against banning Australia from making or using cluster bombs. weiterlesen >>>


A BAN ON CLUSTER BOMBS

(31.05.2007)

JUNE 2007 (IPS) - According to a new report from Handicap International an estimated 400 million people in 25 countries are directly or indirectly affected by unexploded cluster munitions, writes Jonas Gahr Store, Foreign Minister of Norway.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine Attack On Ethiopian Convoy In Somalia Kills Five (Somalia)

(31.05.2007)

An Ethiopian troop convoy heading to a base in the western part of Beledweyne came under a landmine attack in the town of Beledweyne in central Somalia killing five passers-by and wounding three others. weiterlesen >>>


Turkish army build-up fuels anxiety on Iraq border (Turkey)

(31.05.2007)

Turkey sent more tanks to its border with Iraq on Wednesday in a military build-up that is fuelling U.S. concern about a possible incursion into northern Iraq against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party.  weiterlesen >>>


Turkey kills 3 Kurdish separatists (Turkey)

(31.05.2007)

The Turkish Army has killed three Kurdish separatists during a fighting in a restive area east of Turkey, according to local security forces.  weiterlesen >>>


PRESSEMITTEILUNG - 68 Staaten ringen um Verbot von Streumunition

(30.05.2007)

Deutschlands Politik von Konferenzteilnehmern als zynisch bezeichnet weiterlesen >>>


Presseerklärung

(30.05.2007)

STADT MÜNCHEN UNTERSTÜTZT PETITION GEGEN LANDMINEN UND STREUMUNITION weiterlesen >>>


WC students lobby congressional offices (U.S.A.)

(30.05.2007)

Group meets personally with Sen. Brown weiterlesen >>>


Cunene: Welfare Minister Assesses Demining Programme (Angola)

(30.05.2007)

Ondjiva, 05/29 ' Angolan Social Welfare minister, João Baptista Kussumua, is since Monday in southern Cunene province to assess, along with the local authorities, conditions to kick off de-mining programme in the region. weiterlesen >>>


New grants to deal with explosives remnants of war and landmines (U.S.A.)

(30.05.2007)

The United States has launched another effort to strengthen peace and post-conflict recovery.  weiterlesen >>>


Croatian bees sniff out landmines (Croatia)

(30.05.2007)

A new technique to help find unexploded landmines using honey bees is being developed at Zagreb University in Croatia.  weiterlesen >>>


Roadside bomb targets Ethiopian forces in Somalia (Somalia)

(30.05.2007)

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - A roadside bomb blast rocked a convoy carrying Ethiopian troops in a central Somali town on Wednesday, but it was not immediately clear if there were any casualties, witnesses said. weiterlesen >>>


Security forces recover 8 bodies from Bastar forest (India)

(28.05.2007)

HYDERABAD: Security forces on Tuesday moved into the dense Bastar forests and recovered the bodies of eight policemen killed in Monday's Maoist ambush near Kudur village in Chhattisgarh.  weiterlesen >>>


SLA planted mines to accuse youths, court told (Sri Lanka)

(28.05.2007)

Kodikaamam police produced two youths arrested by Sri Lanka Army(SLA) in Chaavakachcheari District Courts Tuesday, charged with possession of claymore mines, under Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA). weiterlesen >>>


PRESSEMITTEILUNG - Prinzen-Sänger gegen Landminen und Streubomben

(28.05.2007)

Sebastian Krumbiegel unterstützt Unterschriftenaktion von Aktionsbündnis Landmine.de. Foto: Aktionsbündnis Landmine.de 2007 weiterlesen >>>


Search for US troops continues after body find (Iraq)

(24.05.2007)

Iraqi police have found what they believe is the body of an American soldier floating in the Euphrates River south of Baghdad, 11 days after three US troops were snatched by Al Qaeda.  weiterlesen >>>


Forces seize massive weapons haul during flush out operations (Sri Lanka)

(24.05.2007)

ERAVUR: Three terrorists were killed and a large haul of weapons and ammunition were recovered yesterday in Eravur as the Army and STF conducted a combined cordon and search operation in Eravur in Batticaloa in search of LTTE terrorists who infiltrated into civilian populated areas.  weiterlesen >>>


Taking Aim at Those Who Finance Cluster Bombs (Peru)

(24.05.2007)

LIMA, May 23 (IPS) - A future international treaty to ban cluster munitions should prohibit financial institutions from investing in companies that manufacture the weapons, Thomas Nash, coordinator of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), told IPS in the Peruvian capital.  weiterlesen >>>


Campaigners in cluster ban push (Peru)

(24.05.2007)

Delegates from more than 70 countries are in Peru for the latest stage in their bid to eliminate cluster bombs.  weiterlesen >>>


NZ to host cluster munitions confab (New Zealand)

(24.05.2007)

New Zealand is to host a major international conference aimed at building consensus around restricting the use of cluster munitions  weiterlesen >>>


Troops martyr two more Kashmiris (India)

(24.05.2007)

Srinagar, May 24 (KMS): In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh acts of state terrorism, martyred two more Kashmiri youth at different places.  weiterlesen >>>


Hünxe will neuen Ofen (BRD)

(24.05.2007)

Keine zusätzliche Sprengstoffverbrennung, keine weiteren Munitionslager in Hünxe: Die Gemeinde hat den Plänen des Landes zur Erweiterung des Munitionszerlegebetriebs (MZB) gestern eine deutliche Absage erteilt.  weiterlesen >>>


Staaten wollen Streubomben ächten

(24.05.2007)

Sie gehören zu den tückischsten Waffen, die Streitkräfte in Kriegen rund um die Welt einsetzen: Streubomben. Jetzt wollen rund 70 Länder in der peruanischen Hauptstadt Lima über ein Verbot der Sprengsätze beraten.  weiterlesen >>>


PKK distanziert sich von Ankara-Anschlag (Türkei)

(24.05.2007)

Die kurdische PKK hat erklärt, nicht an dem Anschlag in Ankara beteiligt gewesen zu sein.  weiterlesen >>>


PKK distanziert sich von Ankara-Anschlag (Türkei)

(24.05.2007)

Die kurdische PKK hat erklärt, nicht an dem Anschlag in Ankara beteiligt gewesen zu sein.  weiterlesen >>>


"Paradise on Earth" struggles to seduce tourists (India)

(23.05.2007)

GULMARG, India May 24 (Reuters) - As ski resorts go, Kashmir's Gulmarg must rank as the most militarised on earth. weiterlesen >>>


EINLADUNG zum Fototermin - Prinzen-Sänger gegen Landminen und Streubomben

(23.05.2007)

Sebastian Krumbiegel unterstützt Unterschriftenaktion von Aktionsbündnis Landmine.de weiterlesen >>>


Soldier dies in Afghanistan suicide attack (Afghanistan)

(22.05.2007)

KABUL, Afghanistan, May 23 (UPI) -- A suicide attack Wednesday claimed the life of an International Security Assistance Force soldier in northern Afghanistan.  weiterlesen >>>


Team calls on Nepal (Nepal)

(22.05.2007)

A delegation of the Ban Landmines Campaign, Nepal met with the Minister for Education and Sports, Pradip Nepal. weiterlesen >>>


Displaced Eritreans go home (Eritrea)

(22.05.2007)

Asmara - Thousands of Eritreans displaced from their villages near the Ethiopian border during the Horn of Africa neighbours' bloody 1998-2000 war have been returned home, officials said on Wednesday.  weiterlesen >>>


Amputee Cyclist to Circumnavigate The Globe For War Victims (U.S.A.)

(22.05.2007)

Washington, DC- A freak accident five years ago may have cost Dan Sheret his lower right leg, but it did not take away his spirit to inspire and help others.  weiterlesen >>>


Die größten Zwischenfälle in Afghanistan

(21.05.2007)

Eine Chronik der größten Zwischenfälle und wichtigsten Daten des Einsatzes weiterlesen >>>


Nations target cluster-munitions funding (Geneva)

(21.05.2007)

Targeted policies by Norway against investments in cluster-munitions companies and a new law in Belgium that prohibits financial institutions from offering credit or services to cluster-munition manufacturers weiterlesen >>>


Weapons'still ending up in wrong hands (U.K.)

(21.05.2007)

The Government's pledge ten years ago to act ethically and openly when licensing arms export sales has failed to eradicate corruption or stop weapons ending up in the wrong hands weiterlesen >>>


Regierung lehnt Änderung der Bundeswehr-Strategie ab

(21.05.2007)

Das Attentat in Kunduz mit drei toten deutschen Soldaten wirft Fragen nach der Einsatzstrategie der Bundeswehr auf weiterlesen >>>


Bangalore: Padayatra against Setusamudram Channel (India)

(21.05.2007)

A senior retired Army official will undertake a tapasya in the form of a padyatra from Chennai to Rameswaram to urge the Central and Tamil Nadu Governments to save, protect and preserve the Ram Sethu as a national heritage weiterlesen >>>


Rusted remnants of war threaten Uganda peace (Uganda)

(21.05.2007)

In his new community of half-built mud huts and uncultivated soil in northern Uganda's Gulu district, David Otto walks by his house when he spots another bomb lying in the dirt weiterlesen >>>


Four dead in Sri Lanka violence (Australia)

(21.05.2007)

Four members of Sri Lanka's security forces have been killed and five wounded in separate attacks by suspected Tamil Tiger rebels weiterlesen >>>


Fire has been opened in the South Ossetian conflict zone yesterday late night (Georgia)

(21.05.2007)

Using mortars and grenade intensive fire has been opened from Tskhinvali toward the villages Ergneti and Nikozi weiterlesen >>>


Hope for Afghans' future (U.S.)

(21.05.2007)

Lt. Col. Jeff Fischer has left a staff post at the Pentagon and now is charged with rebuilding -- and in some cases in rural Zabul, building from scratch -- infrastructure such as schools and roads weiterlesen >>>


Three arrested for murder of forest guard (India)

(21.05.2007)

Three persons were today arrested for their alleged involvement in the brutal killing of a forest guard and landmine explosion weiterlesen >>>


Two Enemy Military Vehicles Destroyed In Kandahar (Canada)

(21.05.2007)

Mujahideen from the Islamic Emirate destroyed a military vehicle belonging to NATO occupation forces using a remote controlled land mine weiterlesen >>>


EU-Staaten verstärken militärische Forschung

(21.05.2007)

Die EU-Verteidigungsminister haben am Montag Investitionen von insgesamt 55 Millionen Euro für die militärische Sicherheitsforschung von 2007 bis 2009 beschlossen weiterlesen >>>


Drei deutsche Soldaten bei Anschlag in Afghanistan getötet

(21.05.2007)

Bei einem Selbstmordanschlag in Kundus sind drei deutsche Soldaten getötet und drei weitere verwundet worden weiterlesen >>>


Coalition Forces discover EFP cache, tip leads to second EFP cache site (Iraq)

(21.05.2007)

Coalition Forces found two explosively-formed projectile improvised explosive device cache sites in a northwestern Baghdad neighborhood  weiterlesen >>>


Humpty-Dumpty launches demining programme in Jaffna (Sri Lanka)

(21.05.2007)

The Humpty Dumpty Institute (HDI) a US-based non-profit organization that develops innovative partnerships to tackle humanitarian problems around the world weiterlesen >>>


Colombia's forgotten war (Canada)

(21.05.2007)

The group of 10 Ontario Mennonites was to meet with a renowned Colombian economist known for his reformist views weiterlesen >>>


7 Killed on Bus in Iraq (Iraq)

(21.05.2007)

A mortar shell hit the roof of Iraq's parliament building in the Green Zone compound in Baghdad  weiterlesen >>>


Bianca Jagger wird Vorstandsvorsitzende des Weltzukunftsrates

(21.05.2007)

Wir stehen am Scheideweg der menschlichen Geschichte. Unser Handeln bzw. unsere Untätigkeit werden für die Zukunft allen Lebens auf der Erde für Tausende von Jahren, wenn nicht für immer entscheidend sein." weiterlesen >>>


Hoffnung nach Kambodscha bringen

(21.05.2007)

Die Stormarnerin unterstützt die Vorsitzende Ange Dries-Behrenbeck dabei, Grundschulen in Südostasien zu bauen weiterlesen >>>


Two men killed as Mogadishu mayor escapes roadside bomb (Somalia)

(21.05.2007)

Somali forces killed two people yesterday after Mogadishu's mayor escaped a roadside bomb weiterlesen >>>


Handicap International zur Streubombenkonferenz in Lima

(21.05.2007)

Vom 23. bis 25. Mai beraten in der peruanischen Hauptstadt mehr als 100 Staaten über einen geplanten internationalen Vertrag, der bis 2008 ein Verbot von Streumunition regeln soll weiterlesen >>>


New clash kills 3 in Sri Lanka's north (Sri Lanka)

(21.05.2007)

Two Tamil Tiger rebels and one government soldier were killed in a clash in Sri Lanka's north weiterlesen >>>


Daunting task of assisting returnees to south (Sudan)

(18.05.2007)

KHARTOUM, 17 May 2007 (IRIN) - Mary Kwol, a 35-year-old single mother of six, has been living in a Khartoum camp for internally displaced people (IDPs) for nearly 30 years.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine in Livingstone (Zambia)

(18.05.2007)

A suspected landmine exploded in Livingstone on Monday morning, injuring a 25 year old woman of Nakatindi Compound.  weiterlesen >>>


Burma: Military Offensive Displacing Thousands of Civilians (Burma)

(18.05.2007)

The worst Burmese military offensive in 10 years has displaced at least 27,000 people in eastern Burma's Karen State since November 2005.  weiterlesen >>>


Large quantity of explosives seized in Bihar (India)

(18.05.2007)

Gaya, May 18 (PTI): A large quantity of explosive material, suspected to have been hidden by the banned CPI-Maoist for making landmines and bombs, was on Thursday unearthed at Pusatadh forest in Bihar's Gaya district.  weiterlesen >>>


Somali PM survives assassination attempt (Somalia)

(18.05.2007)

Somali Prime Minister Ali Mohamed Gedi was unharmed after an apparent assassination attempt on his life in northern Mogadishu.  weiterlesen >>>


Moves by Sri Lanka Military Worry Human Rights Group (Sri Lanka)

(18.05.2007)

A leading human rights activist expressed fears that a northbound mobilization of troops in Sri Lanka indicated the Colombo government was planning to open another front in its push into Tamil Tiger territory, in retaliation for increasingly brazen rebel attacks involving airstrikes against military air bases. weiterlesen >>>


Marathon ohne Grenzen Finale beim Ruhr Marathon (BRD)

(18.05.2007)

13. Station der Deutschland-Tour von Claudia Weber und Thomas Wenning war Saarbrücken, wo auf der Originalstrecke des am folgenden Wochenende stattfindenden Marathon gelaufen wurde.  weiterlesen >>>


8 gov't troopers killed, 4 wounded in Abra landmine blasts (Philippines)

(16.05.2007)

Seven soldiers, including a lieutenant and one CAFGU member, were killed and four others were seriously wounded in an encounter between government forces and a band of fully'armed New People's Army (NPA) in Barangay Bao-yan, Boliney, Abra on Wednesday. weiterlesen >>>


FC soldier dies in firing, four hurt in mine blast (Afghanistan)

(16.05.2007)

QUETTA, May 17: A Frontier Corps soldier was killed and another was seriously injured in firing by tribesmen while four more were injured in a landmine blast in the Kahan area of Kohlu district on Thursday. weiterlesen >>>


Honour for injured mine clearing expert (UK)

(16.05.2007)

NORTH-EAST mine clearing expert David Alderson was presented with a bravery award yesterday after losing a leg trying to rescue a shepherd from an unmarked minefield in Lebanon. weiterlesen >>>


War-hit Uganda to lag for "years" (Uganda)

(16.05.2007)

It will take up to four years to rebuild northern Uganda after two decades of rebellion, even if peace talks succeed, a top UN official says.  weiterlesen >>>


Chhattisgarh: Two policemen injured in blast (India)

(16.05.2007)

Raipur, May 16 (PTI): Two policemen were Tuesday injured in a landmine blast triggered by Maoists in Bijapur district of Chhattisgarh.  weiterlesen >>>


PKK landmine claims lives of two soldiers in southeast (Turkey)

(16.05.2007)

One lieutenant and a sergeant were killed near the Dicle district of the southeastern province of Diyarbakir after stepping on mine believed to have be placed by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). The soldiers were on a search mission when they stepped on the mine, private Cihan news agency said. weiterlesen >>>


Norwegian People's Aid Helps Clear Landmines in Cambodia (Cambodia)

(16.05.2007)

With around 840 landmine victims annually, Cambodia has the third highest number of casualties worldwide and projects have been carried out by the Cambodian Mine Action Center (CMAC) which are supported by the Norwegian People's Aid (NPA) to reduce this problem. weiterlesen >>>


"60 rebels" killed in Nato air strike (Afghanistan)

(16.05.2007)

KABUL: A Nato air strike on Monday night killed at least 60 suspected Taliban, including three of their commanders, and wounded dozens more in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar, police said yesterday. weiterlesen >>>


NPAs ambush, kill 5 Mindoro cops (Philippines)

(16.05.2007)

MANILA ' Five policemen were killed by landmine shrapnel and six others were wounded after they were ambushed by suspected New People's Army rebels in Occidental Mindoro May 10. weiterlesen >>>


Mogadishu blast kills five Ugandan peacekeepers (Somalia)

(16.05.2007)

MOGADISHU - A roadside blast in northern Mogadishu killed five African Union peacekeepers and wounded three others, a senior Somali army officer told AFP on Wednesday. weiterlesen >>>


400 million people live in "minefields" - report

(16.05.2007)

GENEVA, May 16 (Reuters) - Some 400 million people around the world live and work in what are effectively minefields, at daily risk of death or maiming by cluster bombs, according to a report issued on Wednesday. weiterlesen >>>


Die Macht der Pensionsfonds

(16.05.2007)

Investoren wollen von Unternehmen Transparenz zu Emissionen und Klimastrategien und fordern verantwortliches Wirtschaften. Dieser Trend rief bisher bei Unternehmen und den Medien meist nur Achselzucken hervor ' es schienen schließlich keine kursrelevanten Entscheidungen dahinter zu stehen. Diese Ignoranz dürfte sich nun ändern. weiterlesen >>>


Dubiose Graumarktgeschäften und unmoralische Rüstungsproduktion (BRD)

(16.05.2007)

Brisanter Daimler/Chrysler Wirtschaftskrimi weiterlesen >>>


440 Millionen Streumunitionen bedrohen 400 Millionen Menschen

(16.05.2007)

Bericht von Handicap International bestärkt die Forderung nach einem Verbot von Streumunition. weiterlesen >>>


Country Applauded for Implementation of Ottawa Landmines Convention

(15.05.2007)

Angola's engagement in the eradication of anti-personnel landmines has been praised by Ottawa Convention member States that mentioned it as an example that should be emulated weiterlesen >>>


UNICEF donates 140,000 USD for demining in Cambodia (CAMBODIA)

(15.05.2007)

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has donated more than 140,000 U.S. dollars for demining and landmine education in the western provinces of Cambodia for this year weiterlesen >>>


Two more Canadian soldiers killed in Kandahar (Afghanistan)

(15.05.2007)

Two more Canadian soldiers were killed in a landmine blast in the southern province of Kandahar weiterlesen >>>


Police unearth landmines, seize arms (India)

(15.05.2007)

Search operations carried out in various parts of Warangal. The district police arrested two persons and seized arms and ammunition.  weiterlesen >>>


Serbia/Montenegro: Last Balkan mine stockpiles destroyed under NATO-supported project (Serbia and Montenegro)

(15.05.2007)

A milestone in the Balkans was reached with the completion of a NATO/ Partnership for Peace (PfP) Trust Fund project to destroy the complete stockpiles of anti-personnel landmines of both Serbia and Montenegro.  weiterlesen >>>


Landmine blasts kill two soldiers in southeastern Turkey (Turkey)

(15.05.2007)

Two Turkish soldiers were killed in two separate landmine explosions weiterlesen >>>


Six civilians among 9 dead in landmine blasts, clash (Afghanistan)

(15.05.2007)

Landmine blasts and a clash between Taliban militants and police left nine people dead and several injured  weiterlesen >>>


An interview with Brigadier General Lok Bahadur Thapa, Director of

(15.05.2007)

It takes about four to five years to clear all the mines and IEDs fields throughout the country weiterlesen >>>


Ban Ki-Moon Calls For Elimination of Landmines (United Nations)

(15.05.2007)

On International Mine Action Day, Ban Ki-Moon Calls For Elimination Of Lethal Devices  weiterlesen >>>


Anti-tank mines kill 3 in Cambodia (CAMBODIA)

(15.05.2007)

Three people died on Monday evening in a forest in Battambang province's Bavel district, when the trailer transporting them home from collecting firewood detonated anti-tank mines, local media said on Wednesday weiterlesen >>>


Study: Millions Affected by Cluster Bombs

(15.05.2007)

In a just released report Wednesday, Handicap International says hundreds of millions of people worldwide face a daily risk of death or maiming by cluster bombs.  weiterlesen >>>


$1.5m mine victims boost (Vietnam)

(15.05.2007)

THE Federal Government has increased funding for the rehabilitation of landmine victims in Vietnam weiterlesen >>>


UN applauds demolition of wall as positive step (CYPRUS)

(15.05.2007)

The United Nations applauded the demolition on Friday of a wall in Nicosia symbolising the Cyprus conflict saying it would help pave the way for a crossing point in the heart of the world's last divided capital weiterlesen >>>


Red alert in Naxal-hit areas (INDIA)

(15.05.2007)

The alert was sounded after the killing of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) MP Sunil Mahto and three others by the Naxals in Jamshedpur on Sunday weiterlesen >>>