The divers face dark, difficult conditions and the hazards that come with handling unexploded ordnance. "If that UXO goes
You're perusing it, admiring your handiwork. Then you see it. Ack! A rudimentary, easily fixed error is there in the text. It's standard-size type, but to your eyes it's in 54-point Bodoni Bold. And somehow, it's underlined. Blinking, too. Maybe even chuckling softly.
We don't talk much about the scale of human suffering in Southeast Asia that came from U.S. intervention. American involvement in the Middle East could usefully be informed by the Asian experience, however: namely, that war has long-lasting consequences for the local populations, to say nothing of broader impacts.
It is past time for the United States to agree to a ban on the use of these indiscriminate weapons and to accede to the Ottawa Convention. The U.S. statement does not advance that outcome.
The landmine that took my legs was indiscriminate. It easily could have taken the legs of my Somali driver, another passerby, or a child. The conflicts in Burma and Syria will be similarly callous, scarring people in ways we can see and ways we cannot.
Landmines are very expensive reminders of sometimes long-resolved conflicts. In addition to the 15,000 to 20,000 lives it
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By Judith Sudilovsky Religion News Service QASR EL YAHUD, West Bank (RNS/ENInews) Pilgrims are flowing back to the traditional
Early next year, anti-narcotics police will begin deploying squads of rats to sniff out land mines in remote areas of Colombia
We in the U.S. need to show our own determination to foster the works of mercy rather than the works of war. The emergency hospital staff, unarmed and courageous, provide a fine example.
On the Afghani-Pakistani border, millions today are living in squalor. The government began immediately to house them, lay