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Sri Lanka 25th June 2015

Photo Gallery: Post-War Sri Lanka

By making land safe, MAG is helping people to rebuild their lives, livelihoods and futures following the civil war.

Congo (Democratic Republic) 19th June 2015

Weapons Destruction Challenges In The Democratic Republic Of Congo

Dennis Hadrick from the US Department of State's Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement reports from the DRC on the partnerships helping to increase civilian security and reduce fear.

Myanmar 29th April 2015

'There Was A Massive Explosion' - A Landmine Survivor's Story

Ung lost both of his legs in a tragic landmine accident when he was 16, but has a very positive outlook on life...

Congo (Democratic Republic) 14th May 2015

New ammunition storage depot protects civilians in the Democratic Republic of Congo

An ammunition depot has opened near the city of Bukavu that will ensure the safe storage of ammunition by the Congolese Armed Forces.

9th April 2015

'IMPACT': MAG's Spring 2015 Newsletter

Over the past 12 months, we have made a direct difference to the lives of more than one million people...

4th April 2015

International Day of Landmine Awareness 2015

Millions of people live in fear of death or injury from landmines and unexploded ordnance. It is not fair and it is not right.

Congo (Democratic Republic) 16th March 2015

Important Road Reopens In DRC After Being Cleared Of Unexploded Ordnance

A key trade route in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been declared free of landmines and other explosive items following a six-month clearance effort by MAG.

Sri Lanka 13th March 2015

1,000th Landmine Removed In Sri Lanka This Year

Friday the 13th is unlucky for landmines, but a good day for 300 families waiting to resettle on a former minefield.

Cambodia 6th March 2015

Photo Gallery: Cambodia's Cluster Bomb & Landmine Survivors

The Ratanakiri region of north-east Cambodia was so heavily bombed during the Vietnam War that an estimated 1.9 million to 5.8 million cluster submunitions continue to threaten lives there.

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