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CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6AU9 
June 11, 2021 
A mine detection rat sniffs for landmines in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia,... 
Preah Vihear, Cambodia 
A mine detection rat sniffs for landmines in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province 
A mine detection rat sniffs for landmines in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia, June 11, 2021. Picture taken June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6AU4 
June 11, 2021 
A mine detection rat sniffs for landmines in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia,... 
Preah Vihear, Cambodia 
A mine detection rat sniffs for landmines in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province 
A mine detection rat sniffs for landmines in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia, June 11, 2021. Picture taken June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6AUE 
June 10, 2021 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with his previous handler So Malen at the APOPO... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO... 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with his previous handler So Malen at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia, June 10, 2021. Picture taken June 10, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6AUA 
June 10, 2021 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO... 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia, June 10, 2021. Picture taken June 10, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6AU8 
June 10, 2021 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, eats corn at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap,... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, eats corn at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, eats corn at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia, June 10, 2021. Picture taken June 10, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6AU6 
June 10, 2021 
Mine detection rats are seen in their transport cages before working in an area being demined in Preah... 
Preah Vihear, Cambodia 
Mine detection rats are seen in their transport cages before working in an area being demined in Preah... 
Mine detection rats are seen in their transport cages before working in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia, June 11, 2021. Picture taken June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6AU5 
June 10, 2021 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, is seen in its cage at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, is seen in its cage at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem... 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, is seen in its cage at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia, June 10, 2021. Picture taken June 10, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6AU3 
June 10, 2021 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, eats fruits and vegetables at the APOPO Visitor Center... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, eats fruits and vegetables at the APOPO Visitor Center... 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, eats fruits and vegetables at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia, June 10, 2021. Picture taken June 10, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6AU2 
June 10, 2021 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO... 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia, June 10, 2021. Picture taken June 10, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6ARS 
June 10, 2021 
A handler carries mine detection rats in their transport cages to work in an area being demined in Preah... 
Preah Vihear, Cambodia 
A handler carries mine detection rats in their transport cages to work in an area being demined in Preah... 
A handler carries mine detection rats in their transport cages to work in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia, June 11, 2021. Picture taken June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6ART 
June 10, 2021 
Handlers apply sunscreen on mine detection rats in preparation to work in an area being demined in Preah... 
Preah Vihear, Cambodia 
Handlers apply sunscreen on mine detection rats in preparation to work in an area being demined in Preah... 
Handlers apply sunscreen on mine detection rats in preparation to work in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia, June 11, 2021. Picture taken June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6ARU 
June 10, 2021 
Handlers carry mine detection rats in their transport cages to work in an area being demined in Preah... 
Preah Vihear, Cambodia 
Handlers carry mine detection rats in their transport cages to work in an area being demined in Preah... 
Handlers carry mine detection rats in their transport cages to work in an area being demined in Preah Vihear province, Cambodia, June 11, 2021. Picture taken June 11, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6ARV 
June 10, 2021 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, is seen in its cage at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, is seen in its cage at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem... 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, is seen in its cage at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia, June 10, 2021. Picture taken June 10, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
CAMBODIA-LANDMINE/RATS
RTXD6APG 
June 10, 2021 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO... 
Magawa, the recently retired mine detection rat, plays with its previous handler So Malen at the APOPO Visitor Center in Siem Reap, Cambodia, June 10, 2021. Picture taken June 10, 2021. REUTERS/Cindy Liu 
WOMENS-DAY/VIETNAM
RTS34XIJ 
March 06, 2020 
Tran Hoang Yen, a member of all-female landmines clearance team, detects unexploded ordnances on a field... 
Quang Tri Province, Vietnam 
Tran Hoang Yen, a member of all-female landmines clearance team, detects unexploded ordnances on a field... 
Tran Hoang Yen, a member of all-female landmines clearance team, detects unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang Tri province, Vietnam March 4, 2020. Picture taken March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Kham 
WOMENS-DAY/VIETNAM
RTS34XIE 
March 06, 2020 
Members of all-female landmines clearance team search for unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang Tri... 
Quang Tri Province, Vietnam 
Members of all-female landmines clearance team detect unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang Tri province... 
Members of all-female landmines clearance team search for unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang Tri province, Vietnam March 4, 2020. Picture taken March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Kham 
WOMENS-DAY/VIETNAM
RTS34XI4 
March 06, 2020 
Captain Nguyen Thi Thuy of all-female landmines clearance team marks detected zones on a map of Hai Lang... 
Quang Tri Province, Vietnam 
Captain Nguyen Thi Thuy of all-female landmines clearance team marks detected zones on a map of Hai Lang... 
Captain Nguyen Thi Thuy of all-female landmines clearance team marks detected zones on a map of Hai Lang district, near a former U.S military base used during Vietnam War, in Quang Tri province, Vietnam March 4, 2020. Picture taken March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Kham 
WOMENS-DAY/VIETNAM
RTS34XI3 
March 06, 2020 
Members of all-female landmines clearance team search for unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang Tri... 
Quang Tri Province, Vietnam 
Members of all-female landmines clearance team detect unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang Tri province... 
Members of all-female landmines clearance team search for unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang Tri province, Vietnam March 4, 2020. Picture taken March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Kham 
WOMENS-DAY/VIETNAM
RTS34XI2 
March 06, 2020 
A member of all-female landmines clearance team searches for unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang... 
Quang Tri Province, Vietnam 
A member of all-female landmines clearance team detects unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang Tri... 
A member of all-female landmines clearance team searches for unexploded ordnances on a field in Quang Tri province, Vietnam March 4, 2020. Picture taken March 4, 2020. REUTERS/Kham 
LIBYA-SECURITY/MINES
RTX4GUKB 
January 21, 2018 
Members of the demining team of the Libyan National Army search for mines, in Benghazi, Libya January... 
Benghazi, Libya 
Members of the demining team of the Libyan National Army search for mines, in Benghazi 
Members of the demining team of the Libyan National Army search for mines, in Benghazi, Libya January 14, 2018. Picture taken January 14, 2018. REUTERS/Ayman Alwrfaly 
LIBYA-SECURITY/MINES
RTX4GUJW 
January 21, 2018 
Members of the demining team of the Libyan National Army search for mines, in Benghazi, Libya January... 
Benghazi, Libya 
Members of the demining team of the Libyan National Army search for mines, in Benghazi 
Members of the demining team of the Libyan National Army search for mines, in Benghazi, Libya January 14, 2018. Picture taken January 14, 2018. REUTERS/Ayman Alwrfaly 
CYPRUS-MILITARY/
RTX1PPJE 
August 26, 2015 
A UN mine disposal expert from Cambodia walks while holding a mine detector during a media tour in the... 
MAMMARI, Cyprus 
A UN mine disposal expert from Cambodia walks while holding a mine detector during a media tour in the... 
A UN mine disposal expert from Cambodia walks while holding a mine detector during a media tour in the UN-controlled buffer zone near the village of Mammari, Cyprus August 26, 2015. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou 
CYPRUS-MILITARY/
RTX1PPJC 
August 26, 2015 
A UN mine disposal expert from Cambodia demonstrates de-mining techniques during a media tour in the... 
MAMMARI, Cyprus 
A UN mine disposal expert from Cambodia demonstrates de-mining techniques during a media tour in the... 
A UN mine disposal expert from Cambodia demonstrates de-mining techniques during a media tour in the UN-controlled buffer zone near the village of Mammari, Cyprus August 26, 2015. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou 
CYPRUS-MILITARY/
RTX1PPI1 
August 26, 2015 
UN mine disposal experts from Cambodia demonstrate de-mining techniques during a media tour in the UN-controlled... 
MAMMARI, Cyprus 
UN mine disposal experts from Cambodia demonstrate de-mining techniques during a media tour in the UN-controlled... 
UN mine disposal experts from Cambodia demonstrate de-mining techniques during a media tour in the UN-controlled buffer zone near the village of Mammari, Cyprus August 26, 2015. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
Animals
Animals 
Mine Clearing Rats - 14 Jul 2015 
12 PICTURES 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K78A 
July 13, 2015 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines is pictured on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines is pictured on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province... 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines is pictured on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K786 
July 13, 2015 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines is pictured on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines is pictured on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province... 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines is pictured on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K77X 
July 13, 2015 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines eats a snack during a training session on an inactive landmine... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines eats a snack during a training session on an inactive landmine... 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines eats a snack during a training session on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K77K 
July 13, 2015 
A member of the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) holds a cage containing a rat undergoing training... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A member of the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) holds a cage containing a rat undergoing training... 
A member of the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) holds a cage containing a rat undergoing training to detect mines during a training session on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K77H 
July 13, 2015 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines eats a snack during a training session on an inactive landmine... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines eats a snack during a training session on an inactive landmine... 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines eats a snack during a training session on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K77F 
July 13, 2015 
A handler holds a rat undergoing training to detect mines during a training on an inactive landmine field... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A handler holds a rat undergoing training to detect mines during a training on an inactive landmine field... 
A handler holds a rat undergoing training to detect mines during a training on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K77D 
July 13, 2015 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines follows a member of the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC)... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines follows a member of the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC)... 
A rat undergoing training to detect mines follows a member of the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) during a training session on an inactive landmine field in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K779 
July 13, 2015 
A handler takes a rat undergoing training to detect mines to an inactive landmine field at the Mine Detection... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A handler takes a rat undergoing training to detect mines to an inactive landmine field at the Mine Detection... 
A handler takes a rat undergoing training to detect mines to an inactive landmine field at the Mine Detection Rat Training, Trial and Testing Project in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K772 
July 13, 2015 
A handler holds a rat undergoing training to detect mines at the Mine Detection Rat Training, Trial and... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A handler holds a rat undergoing training to detect mines at the Mine Detection Rat Training, Trial and... 
A handler holds a rat undergoing training to detect mines at the Mine Detection Rat Training, Trial and Testing Project in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K76W 
July 13, 2015 
A man from the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) gives food to a rat undergoing training to detect... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A man from the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) gives food to a rat undergoing training to detect... 
A man from the Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) gives food to a rat undergoing training to detect mines at the Mine Detection Rat Training, Trial and Testing Project in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
CAMBODIA-MINING/RATS
RTX1K76V 
July 13, 2015 
A rat being trained to detect mines is seen inside a cage at the Mine Detection Rat Training, Trial and... 
Siem Reap, Cambodia 
A rat being trained to detect mines is seen inside a cage at the Mine Detection Rat Training, Trial and... 
A rat being trained to detect mines is seen inside a cage at the Mine Detection Rat Training, Trial and Testing Project in Siem Reap province July 9, 2015. Gambian pouched rats were deployed to Cambodia from Tanzania in April by a Belgian non-profit organization, APOPO, to help clear mines. They've been trained since they were 4 weeks old. Cambodia is still littered with landmines after emerging from decades of civil war, including the 1970s Khmer Rough "Killing Fields" genocide, leaving it with one of the world's highest disability rates. APOPO has used the rodents for mine-clearing projects in several countries, including Angola, Mozambique, Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Picture taken July 9, 2015. REUTERS/Samrang Pring 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTR4S0RH 
March 04, 2015 
Rescuer Yulia Borisova wears anti-exposure garment for mine clearing during a training session at the... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
Rescuer Borisova wears anti-exposure garment for mine clearing during a training session in Krasnoyarsk... 
Rescuer Yulia Borisova wears anti-exposure garment for mine clearing during a training session at the rescuers' base in the Russian Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, March 2, 2015. Borisova, aged 44, master of sports in alpinism and former Russian champion in mountaineering, is the only female member of the "Spasatel" (Rescuer) state regional search and rescue service group. Dedicated and professional members of the service are trained to save people injured or aggrieved by natural, technogenic and transport accidents on water, in mountains, caves, on rocks including earthquakes, avalanches, fires, explosions. Millions of Russian men will acknowledge the women they love by presenting flowers and souvenirs to them on the International Women's Day marked on March 8. Picture taken March 2, 2015. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
COLOMBIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4RYD9 
March 04, 2015 
A warning sign is seen as a member of the Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army searches... 
COCORNA ANTIOQUIA, Colombia 
A member of the Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army searches for landmines in Cocorna... 
A warning sign is seen as a member of the Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army searches for landmines in Cocorna, Antioquia March 3, 2015. According to the United Nations Mines Action Service, Colombia has the second highest number of victims from landmines in the world, after Afghanistan. The sign reads, "Danger mines. Do not enter. Keep away." REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY) 
COLOMBIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4RYD8 
March 04, 2015 
A member of the Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army searches for landmines in Cocorna,... 
COCORNA ANTIOQUIA, Colombia 
A member of the Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army searches for landmines in Cocorna... 
A member of the Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army searches for landmines in Cocorna, Antioquia March 3, 2015. According to the United Nations Mines Action Service, Colombia has the second highest number of victims from landmines in the world, after Afghanistan. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY) 
COLOMBIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4RYCC 
March 03, 2015 
A member of Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army trains a mine detection dog during... 
COCORNA ANTIOQUIA, Colombia 
A member of Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army trains a mine detection dog during... 
A member of Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army trains a mine detection dog during a training exercise, in searching for landmines, in Cocorna, Antioquia March 3, 2015. According to the United Nations Mines Action Service, Colombia has the second highest number of victims from landmines in the world, after Afghanistan. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
COLOMBIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4RYCA 
March 03, 2015 
A member of Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army trains a mine detection dog during... 
COCORNA ANTIOQUIA, Colombia 
A member of Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army trains a mine detection dog during... 
A member of Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army trains a mine detection dog during a training exercise, in searching for landmines, in Cocorna, Antioquia March 3, 2015. According to the United Nations Mines Action Service, Colombia has the second highest number of victims from landmines in the world, after Afghanistan. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
COLOMBIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4RYC8 
March 03, 2015 
A member of Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army trains a mine detection dog during... 
COCORNA ANTIOQUIA, Colombia 
A member of Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army trains a mine detection dog during... 
A member of Humanitarian Demining Battalion of the Columbian Army trains a mine detection dog during a training exercise, in searching for landmines, in Cocorna, Antioquia March 3, 2015. According to the United Nations Mines Action Service, Colombia has the second highest number of victims from landmines in the world, after Afghanistan. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
SAFRICA-ELEPHANTS/
RTR4QX13 
February 24, 2015 
A ranger rides an elephant during a demonstration of the art of "bio-detection", to see if it can be... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Ranger rides an elephant during a demonstration of the art of "bio-detection", to see if it can be used... 
A ranger rides an elephant during a demonstration of the art of "bio-detection", to see if it can be used to sniff out explosives, at the Adventures with Elephants game ranch, in Mabula, northwest of Johannesburg, February 20, 2015. In the South African bush, elephants are being trained in the art of "bio-detection" to see if they can use their exceptional sense of smell to sniff out explosives, landmines and poachers. Supported by the U.S. Army Research Office, the project looks promising. Picture taken February 20. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS) 
SAFRICA-ELEPHANTS/
RTR4QX0H 
February 24, 2015 
A ranger rides an elephant during a demonstration of the art of "bio-detection", to see if it can be... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Ranger rides an elephant during a demonstration of the art of "bio-detection", to see if it can be used... 
A ranger rides an elephant during a demonstration of the art of "bio-detection", to see if it can be used to sniff out explosives, at the Adventures with Elephants game ranch, in Mabula, northwest of Johannesburg, February 20, 2015. In the South African bush, elephants are being trained in the art of "bio-detection" to see if they can use their exceptional sense of smell to sniff out explosives, landmines and poachers. Supported by the U.S. Army Research Office, the project looks promising. Picture taken February 20. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS) 
SAFRICA-ELEPHANTS/
RTR4QX09 
February 24, 2015 
A ranger rides an elephant during a demonstration of the art of "bio-detection", to see if it can be... 
Johannesburg, South Africa 
Ranger rides an elephant during a demonstration of the art of "bio-detection", to see if it can be used... 
A ranger rides an elephant during a demonstration of the art of "bio-detection", to see if it can be used to sniff out explosives, at the Adventures with Elephants game ranch, in Mabula, northwest of Johannesburg, February 20, 2015. In the South African bush, elephants are being trained in the art of "bio-detection" to see if they can use their exceptional sense of smell to sniff out explosives, landmines and poachers. Supported by the U.S. Army Research Office, the project looks promising. Picture taken February 20. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AFGHANISTAN-MILITARY/
RTR4HVGJ 
December 13, 2014 
An Afghan soldier uses a mine detector during a demining drill at Camp Shaheen, a training facility for... 
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan 
An Afghan soldier uses a mine detector during a demining drill at Camp Shaheen, west of Mazar-i-Sharif... 
An Afghan soldier uses a mine detector during a demining drill at Camp Shaheen, a training facility for the Afghan National Army (ANA), west of Mazar-i-Sharif December 13, 2014. REUTERS/John MacDougall/Pool (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY) 
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December 13, 2014 
An Afghan soldier takes part in a demining drill at Camp Shaheen, located west of Mazar-i-Sharif, December... 
Mazar-I-Sharif, Afghanistan 
An Afghan soldier takes part in a demining drill at Camp Shaheen, located west of Mazar-i-Sharif 
An Afghan soldier takes part in a demining drill at Camp Shaheen, located west of Mazar-i-Sharif, December 13, 2014. REUTERS/John MacDougall/Pool (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY) 
BALKAN-FLOODS
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May 20, 2014 
Members of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina demine an area near river Bosna in the city Visoko,... 
Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Members of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina demine an area near river Bosna in the city Visoko... 
Members of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina demine an area near river Bosna in the city Visoko, May 20, 2014. Authorities fear that the worst flooding and in over a century that hit Bosnia last week and also triggered landslides may have caused dislodging of thousands of landmines and unexploded ordnances left over from the country's 1992-95 war. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: MILITARY DISASTER) 
BALKAN-FLOODS
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May 20, 2014 
A member of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina demines an area near river Bosna in the city Visoko,... 
Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
Member of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina demines an area near river Bosna in the city Visoko... 
A member of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina demines an area near river Bosna in the city Visoko, May 20, 2014. Authorities fear that the worst flooding and in over a century that hit Bosnia last week and also triggered landslides may have caused dislodging of thousands of landmines and unexploded ordnances left over from the country's 1992-95 war. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: MILITARY ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
KOSOVO
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April 10, 2014 
A member of the Kosovo Security Forces (KSF) demining unit probes the ground for landmines during a landmine... 
ELEZ HAN, Kosovo 
A member of the KSF demining unit probes the ground for landmines during a landmine clearing operation... 
A member of the Kosovo Security Forces (KSF) demining unit probes the ground for landmines during a landmine clearing operation at the Kosovo-Macedonia border zone at Gorance, Hani i Elezit Municipality, April 10, 2014. According to a statement from the Kosovo government, Prime Minister Hashim Thaci declared that in the near future, the Kosovo Security Force will be transformed into the Kosovo Armed Forces, with full Euro-Atlantic standards and criteria. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (KOSOVO - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY) 
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October 09, 2013 
A Syrian army soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad checks for mines during what they said... 
Aleppo, Syria 
A Syrian army soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad checks for mines during what they said... 
A Syrian army soldier loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad checks for mines during what they said was military operation on the road to Khanaser town to clean the roads from mines and improvised explosives in Al-Qabtin in Aleppo province October 8, 2013. Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/George Ourfalian (SYRIA - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY) 
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Supports Diana's Landmine Charity - 19 Aug 2013 
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March 09, 2013 
A French soldier carries mine detection equipment to search for mines outside Gao, Mali March 9 2013.... 
Gao, Mali 
A French soldier carries mine detection equipment outside Gao 
A French soldier carries mine detection equipment to search for mines outside Gao, Mali March 9 2013. Picture taken March 9, 2013. REUTERS/Emmanuel Braun (MALI - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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January 24, 2013 
A man shows a mock landmine during a training session in demining in El Retiro, Antioquia January 23,... 
El Retiro, Colombia 
A man shows a mock landmine during a training session in demining in El Retiro 
A man shows a mock landmine during a training session in demining in El Retiro, Antioquia January 23, 2013. A law allowing civil organizations to carry out mine clearance in Colombia was approved in December 2010. After carrying out extensive survey operations of minefields and conducting training in detection and demining for people in most affected areas over the past two years, the British America HALO Trust is ready to establish a program to clear large areas of the country of mines to help Colombia meet its obligations under the Ottawa Treaty, according to the non-governmental organisation. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS) 
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January 24, 2013 
A man shows landmine cables to farmers during a training session involving mock landmines in El Retiro,... 
El Retiro, Colombia 
A man shows landmine cables to farmers during a training session involving mock landmines in El Retiro... 
A man shows landmine cables to farmers during a training session involving mock landmines in El Retiro, Antioquia January 23, 2013. A law allowing civil organizations to carry out mine clearance in Colombia was approved in December 2010. After carrying out extensive survey operations of minefields and conducting training in detection and demining for people in most affected areas over the past two years, the British America HALO Trust is ready to establish a program to clear large areas of the country of mines to help Colombia meet its obligations under the Ottawa Treaty, according to the non-governmental organisation. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS) 
COLOMBIA/
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January 24, 2013 
A man shows mock landmines during a training session in demining in El Retiro, Antioquia January 23,... 
El Retiro, Colombia 
A man shows mock landmines during a training session in demining in El Retiro 
A man shows mock landmines during a training session in demining in El Retiro, Antioquia January 23, 2013. A law allowing civil organizations to carry out mine clearance in Colombia was approved in December 2010. After carrying out extensive survey operations of minefields and conducting training in detection and demining for people in most affected areas over the past two years, the British America HALO Trust is ready to establish a program to clear large areas of the country of mines to help Colombia meet its obligations under the Ottawa Treaty, according to the non-governmental organisation. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS) 
COLOMBIA/
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January 24, 2013 
A farmer practises searching for landmines during a training session involving mock landmines in El Retiro,... 
El Retiro, Colombia 
A farmer practises searching for landmines during a training session involving mock landmines in El Retiro... 
A farmer practises searching for landmines during a training session involving mock landmines in El Retiro, Antioquia January 23, 2013. A law allowing civil organizations to carry out mine clearance in Colombia was approved in December 2010. After carrying out extensive survey operations of minefields and conducting training in detection and demining for people in most affected areas over the past two years, the British America HALO Trust is ready to establish a program to clear large areas of the country of mines to help Colombia meet its obligations under the Ottawa Treaty, according to the non-governmental organisation. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS) 
COLOMBIA/
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January 24, 2013 
A woman from the countryside practises searching for landmines during a training session involving mock... 
El Retiro, Colombia 
A woman from the countryside practises searching for landmines during a training session involving mock... 
A woman from the countryside practises searching for landmines during a training session involving mock landmines in El Retiro, Antioquia January 23, 2013. A law allowing civil organizations to carry out mine clearance in Colombia was approved in December 2010. After carrying out extensive survey operations of minefields and conducting training in detection and demining for people in most affected areas over the past two years, the British America HALO Trust is ready to establish a program to clear large areas of the country of mines to help Colombia meet its obligations under the Ottawa Treaty, according to the non-governmental organisation. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera (COLOMBIA - Tags: CONFLICT MILITARY POLITICS) 
YEMEN/
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January 17, 2012 
Military deminers use metal detectors to search for unexploded ordnances left from recent fighting between... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Military deminers use metal detectors to search for unexploded ordnances left from recent fighting between... 
Military deminers use metal detectors to search for unexploded ordnances left from recent fighting between security forces and tribal militants loyal to the powerful al-Ahmar family in the Yemeni capital Sanaa January 17, 2012. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY) 
CAMBODIA/
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November 27, 2011 
A deminer works at a testing area in a minefield during a demonstration to the media at the Demining... 
Kampong Speu, Cambodia 
A deminer works at a testing area in a minefield during a demonstration to the media at the Demining... 
A deminer works at a testing area in a minefield during a demonstration to the media at the Demining Center in Kampong Speu province November 27, 2011. Cambodia will open the International Mines Conference on Sunday as well as host the 11th Meeting of the States Parties, a formal meeting of the 158 states which have accepted the 1997 Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on their Destruction. REUTERS/Samrang Pring (CAMBODIA - Tags: DISASTER) 
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