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  • UNMAS Libya - The Aftermath of War

    Libya

    Libya is contaminated with hundreds of thousands of explosive remnants of war that threaten the safety of civilians and aid workers. If these bombs are not properly managed, they could end up in the wrong hands, jeopardizing Libya's recovery and international security.

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    UN Enhances Libyan Capacity to Deal with the Threat of Explosive Hazards

    On 6 October, the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) successfully imp

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    UNMAS in South Sudan

    UNMAS was first established in 2004, in what is now South Sudan. UNMAS undertakes clearance tasks, both manual and...

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