Humanitarian De-mining in Sri Lanka

For approximately 30 years, Sri Lanka has been plagued with terrorism and civil unrest. Once habitable zones are now either wrought with devastation from the war, or littered with landmines. In the hopes to bring these locations to their former glory, the United States Armed Forces are training Sri Lanka soldiers in safely cleaning the countryside of landmines. This is perhaps one of the most interesting humanitarian efforts I have ever seen. Take a look.


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