13 June 1994 Mines According to U.N. assessments over 3 MILLION antipersonnel land mines have been planted (or, more precisely, sown without keeping the records or providing the plans of mine fields, as the procedure calls for it) on the territory of the former Yugoslavia. The word ``antipersonnel'' is a hypocritical euphemism: these mines mostly […]

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