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Mine casual ties fall in early 2010

Recent figures released by the Cambodia Mine/ERW Victim Information System (CMVIS) show that civilian and military casualties from land mines have dropped by 45 percent during the first quarter of the year compared to the same period last year. In its monthly reports for the first three months this year, CMVIS reported that a total of 55 people had been injured or killed by mines, compared to 100 last year.

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