U.S. Helps Return Land to Communities for Productive Use

The Liberation War of the 1970s left Zimbabwe with arguably the densest minefields to be found anywhere in the world.  Original estimates reported seven minefields, covering 766 kilometers (km) along the Zambian and Mozambican borders.  The minefields consisted of mainly anti-personnel mines at a reported density of 5,500 per linear km.  The current estimate for ...
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