Persisting Challenges in Demining in Post-Conflict Areas


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(CBNW) "In the 19th century Alfred Nobel introduced explosives to the world, the energy which can help to level hillocks to make roads, buildings, breaking rocks, and overall benefit economic development for the population. These explosives found their way to transform into weapons of destruction. Prior to the first World War, tanks with cross country mobility and armor protection were introduced in the battlefield as assault weapons to carry troops and guns into combat. Minds got together to come up with a response. The anti-tank mine was developed with just enough explosives to destroy the tank tracks to make the tank immobile. However, the weight required to blast an anti-tank mine varied from 100 – 300 kgs…"

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Published: Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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