Why are land mines still killing people?
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Landmines: Why do they kill thousands every year?

The use of anti-personnel landmines has been banned by 164 countries and yet they're still being used in conflicts around the world.

Nearly half the casualties are children, and 2017 was the second deadliest year since records began.

So who's using them – and how many are left?

  • 25 Sep 2019
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