Landmines in Iran, an Ongoing Issue


 

"Akbar, 47, needs to wrap his leg stump in layer after layer of cloth. His leg was amputated after he stepped on a hidden landmine on his way from work, in western Iran, an area still contaminated by landmines from the eight-year-long Iran-Iraq war. His health insurance company did not cover the expense of a prosthetic leg, so he had to pay out of pocket what he could afford, which is what he describes as a “rotten” prosthesis." (lobelog.com)

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Published: Friday, February 5, 2016

Last Updated: Wednesday, November 1, 2017

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