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Laos 15th July 2014

How to Destroy a 100-lb White Phosphorus Bomb

Removing deadly explosive items like this is what MAG does in conflict-affected communities around the world every day.

Iraq 25th June 2014

Making it safe for people fleeing violence in Iraq

MAG is delivering urgent safety messages to help protect those fleeing Mosul from the dangers of landmines and other explosive weapons.

Vietnam 19th June 2014

'Our lives can be normal for the first time in a generation', say villagers in Vietnam

Tan An is typical of many villages in central Vietnam, where the explosive legacy of war continues to devastate lives.

Laos 6th June 2014

This farmer can now work safely on his land for the first time in 40 years

Rice farmer Sithon will treasure this planting season as a special one. For the first time since the Vietnam War, he could seed his rice safely after MAG cleared his land of unexploded bombs.

Vietnam 23rd May 2014

Two children killed in front of their parents by cluster bomb left over from Vietnam War

An eye-witness report at the scene of mourning following a cluster submunition accident that killed two brothers.

16th May 2014

25 Years of Making People Safe

Twenty-five years ago, two brothers felt compelled to do something to protect people from the crippling and often fatal threat of unexploded landmines. Read the MAG story here...

Iraq 6th May 2014

3 tragedies, 2 deaths, 1 family. How can you help?

Twins Dana and Zana Anim both lost limbs in a landmine accident; then their two brothers died in separate mine incidents.

Laos 16th April 2014

How cluster bomb clearance changes lives

MAG and DFATD are making it safe for families to grow crops on land that was contaminated by cluster munitions.

Philippines 7th April 2014

The most resilient people you'll ever meet

An eye-witness report from the Philippines in the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan, by MAG photographer Sean Sutton.

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