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--04/21/08  Former Afghan Deminers Learn New Civilian Skills; Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Kandahar, Afghanistan
--02/21/08  West Virginia Firm Donates Free Detectors to Locate Landmines and Explosive Remnants of War; Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Washington, DC
--02/07/08  Roots of Peace Builds School on Former Afghan Battlefield With Contributions from American Students ; Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Washington, DC
--08/20/07  Photo Album Illustrating the Completion of the First Phase of the Iraq Landmine Impact Survey; Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Washington, DC
--06/01/07  U.S. Department of State Supports Amputee Who is Bicycling Across the United States and Around the World to Help Landmine Survivors and Other Amputees; Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Washington, DC
--05/01/07  Pictorial Report on Some Humanitarian Mine Action Projects in Vietnam That Are Supported by the U.S. Department of State's Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement; Vietnam
--01/09/07  U.S. Equipment for Vietnam; Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Washington, DC
--09/06/06  Small Arms/Light Weapons into Plowshares: A Success Story in Angola; Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Washington, DC
--08/29/06  Photos: HSTAMIDS -- A Major Breakthrough in Landmine Clearance; Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Washington, DC
--08/29/06  Photos: Remnants of War Cleared from Afghanistan's Devil's Garden; Bureau of Political-Military Affairs; Washington, DC
--04/04/06  International Mine Awareness Day; Washington, DC
--02/25/06  Photos: Largest Cache of Abandoned Munitions in Afghanistan; Afghanistan
--09/27/05  Ceremony Marking Agreement Between the United States and Hungary to Destroy Man-Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS); Ministry of Defense in Budapest; Budapest, Hungary
--03/18/05  U.S. Department of State Contractors Receive Joint Military Commission Service Medals for Landmine Clearance in South Sudan; South Sudan
--02/10/05  Global Care Unlimited Youth Ambassadors Tour Cambodia With Clear Path International; Cambodia
--10/12/04  Clearance of Unexploded Ordnance Will Enable Rumbek Airstrip to Receive More Relief Aid for Southern Sudan; Rumbek, Sudan
--05/20/04  Secretary Powell with Kyleigh Kuhn, Founder of Pennies for Peace; Treaty Room; Washington, DC
--04/05/04  Yorktown High School Students Receive Plaque for Raising Funds for Demining in Cambodia; Arlington, Virginia
--01/30/04  U.S. Helps Djibouti Become "Mine-Safe"
--11/10/03  Assistant Secretary Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr. Witnesses the Destruction of MANPADS; Village of Lapov dol ; Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
--06/30/03  Demining Agency for Afghanistan; Kandahar, Afghanistan
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