Landmines

The Duke of Sussex and Sandra Tigica discussed the progress that has been made to clear minefields, 22 years after Princess Diana's visit.
The move was part of a pact to reduce tension and build trust on the divided peninsula.
The Mine Kafon Drone maps, detects and destroys landmines more quickly and safely than any existing technology.
Afghan refugee and inventor Massoud Hassani has designed a drone that maps, detects, and destroys landmines faster and safer than any existing technology. He believes the Mine Kafon Drone can find and destroy all the landmines in the world in 10 years.
Until now, APOPO has destroyed almost 70000 landmines by clearing an area of 26 millions of square metres and allowed almost
An estimated 5 million people in the country live in areas littered with the hidden indiscriminate weapons.
It’s been nearly two decades since Princess Diana died, but her legacy continues to protect vulnerable people in need. Mozambique
Al Shabaab, which has carried out several attacks in Kenya in recent years to try to force Nairobi to withdraw its troops
The divers face dark, difficult conditions and the hazards that come with handling unexploded ordnance. "If that UXO goes
"As long as I still have my hands, I will not stop this work," he says, "not even for a moment."
In December 2014, the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) of the International Criminal Court (ICC) published its annual Report on Preliminary Examination Activities. This report includes information on Colombia and Honduras, among others
"We have been at war for 12 years. We have spent trillions of dollars," Bernie Sanders said recently on CNN. "What I do not
In the past few weeks, three different events/situations have kept me wondering about how climate change is impacting our lives in ways we cannot even imagine.
Quite simply, humans cannot live without honeybees, yet these remarkably complex creatures can easily exist without our species. Currently, honeybees are dying by the tens of billions around the globe.
With decades of research behind us, we now know that there are long-term environmental, developmental and health consequences to nuclear weapons as well.
2013-09-23-EntChallenge.jpgDaniel Yuval, age 11, took a trip to Northern Israel to enjoy the rare sight of snow in Israel. Little did they know that a trip of joy would turn into a nightmare.