A UK-based charity is working to clear Iraqi villages of landmines so that residents can return.
Fatima and Fiza are part of the first all-female team helping to make Bamiyan province mine free.
The system could eventually replace the need for humans to demine areas.
The Duke of Sussex walks through a partially-cleared minefield in Angola, 22 years after his mother visited a similar site.
There’s been a huge effort to make the world safe from landmines, but they’re still killing thousands of people each year. So why are they still causing havoc?