de-mining


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de-mining

n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) the process of removing landmines
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de-mining

[diːˈmaɪnɪŋ] n (removing landmines)déminage m
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LEFKOE[currency]A (CyHAN)- Craig visited de-mining sites in Cyprus where both Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders asked the United Nations to help removing landmines.
The funding allows the project to develop "a set of advanced technologies for detecting mines and other explosive devices to help deal with the serious worldwide problem of de-mining.
de-mining project in the southern province of Helmand, a local
Summary: After nearly 20 years as a Slovenian diplomat, including a four-year stint as the Permanent Representative of Slovenia to the Council of Europe, Damjan Bergant was approached by his country's Foreign Affairs Ministry to head a comprehensive de-mining project.
In particular, the status of military engineering troops in humanitarian de-mining tasks; development of monitoring and evaluation of radiation; use of satellite communication systems for military purposes, and other questions will be discussed today.
An official source in JAF said that Israeli de-mining activities are scheduled to take place from 7:00am until 3:00pm on Monday.
The number announced by Darabi for Ilam alone is astounding given how long the war has been history and how much effort the Iranian government has said it has devoted to de-mining operations.
During the visit, the Prince met de-mining teams and toured minefields in the Angolan town of Cuito Cuanavale, the most heavily mined town in Africa.
We hope this is a concept which can be developed and we hope it is something we can export to other countries and become indispensable de-mining tools.
Samad, a father of eight children originally from the southern city of Kandahar, is part of the huge de-mining effort taking place in Afghanistan, which is dotted with minefields after decades of conflict.
By Bonifacio Taban Kuich March 4, 2013 (BENTIU) - A unexploded ordinance has been discovered in the Unity state capital, Bentiu, by the Dennis De-mining Group just 300 meters away from the office of the state run radio station Bentiu FM 99.
Meanwhile, an aid group says foreigners arrested by Sudan in the contested Heglig area were de-mining the border area, contrary to claims by Khartoum they were spying for the south.