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Post by claud39 on Thu Feb 07, 2019 6:52 pm

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/42620145-a8dc-43af-b22b-85eac3a9013d


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The United Nations has removed nearly 17,000 bombs, explosive ordnance and other types of explosives in Iraq last year, UN experts said on Thursday, adding that the dangerous task of searching the rubble would take years. 
The head of the United Nations Mine Action Service in Iraq, Per Ludhammer, said there were 100,000 destroyed buildings in Iraq, potentially containing explosives such as homemade improvised explosive devices left behind by a "bandit" organization behind him during his withdrawal. 
The bulk of the clearance is likely to take 10 years, while 2 million people are looking to return home. 
The United Nations mission trained about half a million people last year to help them identify themselves. 
Ludhamer told a news conference that last year's figure of 17,000 explosive devices, including an "amazing" amount of 2,000 homemade explosive devices.
He pointed out that they contain valves or wires of explosives, or remote controls, or infrared devices, or a combination of those things. 
Ludhamer said the figure included 782 explosive belts, many of which were fixed with the bodies of organized fighters found among the wreckage. 
Da'ash took control of the city of Mosul for three years and the UN mission entered the area after the fighting ended in 2017. 
Ludhamer said mission experts found explosives almost everywhere. The mission also operates in Fallujah, Tikrit and Kirkuk, and has expanded to Sinjar. 
In the meantime, the head of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS), Agnes Markailo, said that the inspection of the rubble of buildings in western Mosul at temperatures close to 40 degrees Celsius is hard work, physically and psychologically difficult.
"There are decomposed human remains still attached to explosive belts. One walks through a stinking smell and withdraws from flies. At any time you may find a mouse, a cat or a dog blowing something buried underneath." 
"The mission is not the task of removing conventional mines with one dimension," Ludhamer said. "These mines are no longer mine. The antipersonnel mine carries between 230 and 250 grams of explosives. Now we see between 10 and 20 kilograms." 
He said buildings up to 9 floors needed inspection, adding that many of the bombs and missiles fired by the Iraqi security forces and the coalition led by the United States on Mosul did not explode. 
Bombs weighing 113 kg and up to about a quarter of a ton are still buried at a depth of 7 or 8 meters.
He explained that at least 10% of the bombs were not supposed to explode, and that if not removed, they may appear decades later, such as the bombs of the Second World War, which are still discovered in Germany.




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Post by claud39 on Fri Feb 08, 2019 8:48 am

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The International Alliance said on Friday that Britain has allocated additional 5 million pounds to support the demining operation in Iraq. 

"This allocation comes in support of the United Nations Mine Action Program in Iraq," the coalition said on its Twitter account.
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