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June 2, 2009 4:49 PM

Iraq would need 'an army' to remove all land mines

Homemade bombs go off almost every day in Iraq, usually targeting military and police convoys in cities such as Baghdad and Mosul. It's been suspected for years that insurgents harvest at least some of their explosives from the contaminated soil in places such as Said Jabar.

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