Libyan de-miners scour former front lines

Mission to clear unexploded ordnance left from uprising and make swathes of the countryside safe again.

    Months after the end of Libya's revolution, a new battle is under way to rid the former front lines of unexploded bombs.

    Swathes of the countryside have been declared unsafe, and de-mining teams are struggling to clear the areas before unseen explosives cause deadly consequences.

    Al Jazeera's Imran Khan reports from Dafnia, Libya

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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