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The i Paper | Inside the camp full of Isis recruits now too scared to return home

The i Paper | Isis left my house in ruins, I now live with my children in the rubble

The i Paper | I’m a Yazidi woman who escaped Isis – here’s how I get revenge

The i Paper | ‘The school was wired with IEDs’: Life after Isis at terror cell’s former base

The i Paper | Exploding toys and deadly rice sacks: Isis’s horrific Iraq legacy 10 years on

The i Paper | ‘I became a child bride to escape Isis. Now I risk my life defusing their bombs’

Expresso | Minas terrestres: o legado deixado por guerras, o risco causado pelas alterações climáticas e o impacto na segurança alimentar

The Washington Post | Unexploded bombs, many U.S.-made, could make Gaza unsafe for years

CNN | In Southeast Asia, the horror of Kissinger’s explosive legacy goes on

The i Paper | ‘Decades’ to clear unexploded bombs in Gaza, experts warn

Kyiv Independent | Russia is covering Ukraine with landmines. Clearing them will be extremely difficult

Reuters | What lies beneath

Deutsche Welle | In South Sudan, land mines threaten lives and livelihoods

Christian Science Monitor | Women make South Sudan safe, one explosion at a time

Manchester Evening News | 'In Iraq, women are put in second place. My job shows I can do anything men can'

Manchester Evening News | I visited Iraq 20 years after British invasion - it completely changed my view

Manchester Evening News | Millions live knowing one wrong step could kill them 

Washington Post | Ukraine is now the most mined country. It will take decades to make safe.

The Times | Iraq enjoys a tourism boom — just look out for the minefields

Al Jazeera | 50 years after the Vietnam War ended, its bombs continue to kill

The House | Landmines: the deadly legacy of conflict

BBC News Mundo | El miedo que aún reina en Laos, "el país más bombardeado de la historia"

Manchester Confidential | Mines Advisory Group - a Mancunian force for global good

The Associated Press | South Sudan struggles to clear mines after decades of war as people start returning home

The Express | The deadly toll of unexploded bombs that still blights Vietnam

BBC Crossing Continents | Laos: the most bombed country on earth

Guardian | ‘I don’t want more children to suffer what I did’: the 50-year fight to clear US bombs from Laos

iNews | Vietnam villagers learn to clear unexploded bombs as deadly legacy of war continues to claim lives 50 years on

iNews | Iraq war 20 years on: The most mined country on earth and clearance efforts will take 'decades', experts warn

BBC News | Angola landmines: The women hunting for explosives left from civil war

BBC News | Manchester charity awarded £4.8m to clear Syria landmines

iNews | Yemen war eight years on: Child killed or injured by explosives every two days in 2022 

BBC News | Ukraine war: Mines Advisory Group awarded £6.6m to clear landmines

ITV News | Manchester-based landmine charity given $8 million grant from US government for work in Ukraine

Sky News | Ukraine war: How hidden landmines, tripwires and booby traps pose lethal danger for years to come

BBC News | One careful step at a time through Lebanon’s minefields

The Church Times | Unlock the Land campaign raises £½ million in appeal for Laos

National Geographic | Landmines took their limbs. Soccer brought them glory

Euronews | De-mining Angola - The Unseen Threat of Landmines Finally Removed

Manchester Evening News | Booby traps, buildings with 'missing teeth' and a dog howling in fear... a Manchester photographer in Ukraine

The Independent | The fight to end the devastating consequences of landmines

Telegraph | Watch your step: Inside the training school for defusing Islamic State bombs

ITV News | The most bombed country in the world: How Laos' playgrounds must be cleared of explosives

ITV News | How one British charity is working to end the deadly legacy of war in Laos

Tortoise Media | Iraq’s forgotten victims