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In Brief: Germany to give demining grant

In Brief: Germany to give demining grant

Germany

announced Tuesday a US$1.35 million grant to fund demining efforts in

Oddar Meanchey and Siem Reap this year. The funds will support the work

of the Cambodian Mine Action Authority's Unit 6, which since 1999 has

destroyed nearly 26,000 mines and 92,000 unexploded ordnances, and

cleared 2,345 hectares of land, according to a press release from the

German embassy.

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