The Taliban are asking for help locating explosives they laid


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(CNN) Paul Heslop left Kabul shortly before the country was taken over by the Taliban, and he is trying to find the way back and continue his work running the mine clearance programme. “The country is absolutely littered in explosive remnants of war, there are IEDs that they laid to try and disrupt government military operations, and there are rockets, grenades, the shells that had been used in a conflict plus what was dropped on them” – says Paul Heslop.

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Published: Tuesday, September 7, 2021

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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