Mine clearance threatened by $18.5 million deficit
By Reem Tombokti.
Ammunition, unexploded remnants of war and land-mines still pose a danger in Libya (Photo: UNMAS)
Tripoli, 7 July 2013:
The clearance of mines and unexploded ordinance in Libya is facing an uncertain future, with an $18.5 . . .
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