A member of a UN-funded demining team shows some of the ordnance recovered from what is believed to be a firing range used by New Zealand troops near their recently-closed base in Bamiyan Province, Afghanistan. Explosives clearing is ongoing at the site.
A member of a UN-funded demining team shows some of the ordnance recovered from what is believed to be a firing range used by New Zealand troops near their recently-closed base in Bamiyan Province, Afghanistan. Explosives clearing is ongoing at the site. MCT
A member of a UN-funded demining team shows some of the ordnance recovered from what is believed to be a firing range used by New Zealand troops near their recently-closed base in Bamiyan Province, Afghanistan. Explosives clearing is ongoing at the site. MCT

UN: Unexploded ordnance killing Afghan civilians as U.S.-led coalition abandons bases

July 18, 2013 05:59 PM

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