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The anti-personnel landmines are a deadly heritage that kills every day

Walking in terror

Walking in terrorA minefield called Colombia: each day one man blows up on a mine: part I   She was picking lemons in the field below her house. The fifteen-year-old girl was holding a month-ol continua...

Landmines: The Problemís Thatís Not There

Landmines: The Problemís Thatís Not ThereThey have lost their legs but not their passion for sport: From our correspondent Enrico Piovesana   (follows from part five) A recreation center for war orphans and la continua...

And after the wave: the mines

And after the wave: the minesAfter the tidal wave comes a new danger: landmines left floating in the countryside: Mud, masonry, houses in ruins: the tidal wave brought death and destruction. And still another danger threatens to continua...

Myanmar, the porters' escape

Myanmar, the porters' escapeThis is the story of Win, Saw and Min, forced to walk on minefields: In front of them, paths erased by mud and strewn with landmines. Behind them, 400 soldiers ready for war. Win, Saw and continua...
Topic: Weapons