Within a Month, more than 1,500 Mines of War Remnants Discovered and Collected

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The Executive Center for Mine Action was able to discover and collect 1,666 remnants of war during the month of October. Clarifying in a report that these remnants included 308 anti-tank mines, 15 explosive materials, nine explosive devices, and 1,330 assorted shells.

The center stated that 36 areas contaminated with remnants of war were identified in three districts of

 Al-Baidha, with an area of 670,000 square meters, indicating that the teams of the Executive Center in Hodeidah province cleared an area of 142,728 square meters of war remnants.

The center pointed out that the number of beneficiaries of awareness-raising activities on the dangers of mines and remnants of war reached 88,755 citizens, displaced people and children in 11 districts in three provinces.

READ MORE: During October, 46 Yemeni Killed, Injured as Result of Mines and Cluster Bombs

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