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Selected images from the series Danger Mines: mine clearance and humanitarian mine action campaign. Angola 2003

Background
In April 2002, peace finally came to Angola after more than 27 years of civil war. The civil war cost the lives of almost one million people, drove four million to flee internally and sent an additional 465,000 fleeing to neighboring countries.

The widespread use of landmines during the civil war has resulted in Angola being the most mine affected country in Africa, with an estimated 12 million mines still in the ground.
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