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UN Making Progress on South Sudan’s Landmines Threat

In South Sudan, since 2004, the United Nations has destroyed over a million explosive devices, including landmines and cluster munitions, scattered across the country from decades of conflict. The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) says the unexploded ordnance poses a threat to farmers and villagers, but they expect to clear the remaining explosives within six years. Sheila Ponnie reports from Magwa County, South Sudan.

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