Britain in £30m bomb-clearing fund (Lebanon)

Britain is to pay for specialist sniffer dogs to travel to Lebanon to help clear unexploded cluster bombs from last summer's fighting.


The move is part of a £30 million Government funding package for projects to remove deadly explosives from former warzones.
The cash, spread over three years, will also be used to clear landmines, cluster bombs and other killer devices in countries such as Angola, Cambodia and Sri Lanka.

Von: 04.04.2007

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