S Sudan struggles to remove landmines

Weapon poses serious threat in African country even as daily civilian fatalities around the world continue to fall.

    Landmines kill an average of 12 civilians every day. This is a considerable improvement from 10 years ago, when mines claimed around 32 lives every day.

    But despite the improvement, the weapons still pose a serious risk to many people around the world, with South Sudan having among the highest number of landmines in the world.

    Al Jazeera's Anna Cavell reports from South Sudan.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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