Angola has destroyed more than 14 000 landmines planted in the country during its 27-year civil war.
The mines are a deadly remnant of the civil war, one of the longest in Africa, which ended in 2002.
The National Demining Institute (INAD) has presided over the destruction of the landmines in the northern Bengo Province as part of an ongoing demining process in Southern Africa's largest country by area.
Some 14 796 unexploded ordnance have been destroyed in the Icau locality of Dande municipality following an exercise that has been carried out since last Friday.
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