demine

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de·mine

 (dē-mīn′)
tr.v. de·mined, de·min·ing, de·mines
To remove, deactivate, or safely detonate land mines in (an area).
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"Deminer firstly needs to have a will to do this job, because no one can make him.
Une source militaire indique que les unites du genie sont en train de deminer le quartier qui avait ete pris par les rebelles en 2012, lorsqu'ils avaient conquis la moitie de l'ancienne capitale economique.
Resultat encourageant des efforts gouvernementaux et militaires avec l'aide exterieure: selon les statistiques officielles, le nombre des mines en Egypte a baisse a 21.800 millions, apres que les Forces armees egyptiennes aient reussi, en 1995, a en deminer 1.200 millions.
EAF deminers use a specialized drill that begins when the deminer establishes the start point of the 1-meter lane that he will work.
The MAIC has also entered into an agreement with the Canadian Centre for Mine Action Technologies (CCMAT) in Medicine Hat, Canada, to host their Demining Technologies Information Forum Journal which will, as the name implies, focus on new technologies and their use in detection, remediation or simply improving deminer safety and quality assurance.
Many are designed to trap an unwary deminer. That is what keeps their lives perpetually at risk.
Les forces du GNA veillent, au fur et a mesure qu'elles avancent, a ratisser et a deminer les zones reprises pour prevenir les risques d'infiltration et de represailles terroristes.
Since 1964, there have been six deaths and six injuries as a result of landmines in Cyprus, one of whom was a deminer, killed in 2009 during a mine removal operation.
Ces derniers mois, Jean-Yves Le Drian, un proche de Francois Hollande dont le nom est cite pour le ministere de la Defense, s'est rendu a Washington, Londres et Bruxelles, pour deminer le terrain.