landmining

landmining

(ˈlændˌmaɪnɪŋ)
n
the laying of landmines
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More than 600,000 landmines have been cleared inside Yemeni territory, he said, adding that a project for landmining clearance in Yemen has been launched for $ 40 million.
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Bautista described Tiamzon, who turned 63 on March 20, as the one who "directs the armed struggle all over the country, who directs all the landmining, the killings, the violence perpetrated by the New People's Army."
"Landmining and use of IEDs which are usually followed by ambuscades are prohibited tactics long practiced by the NPA since the beginning of their armed violence," the AFP said as it pointed out that the use of landmines and IEDs have been prohibited under international law because such devices do not distinguish if the victims are combatants or civilians.
The location of the post was well-suited for the practical instruction of the officers and troops in siege operations (including landmining, bridge construction, and military surveys of the surrounding country) to serve as a basis for the study of defensive lines.
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