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  • Colombia - ICRC Annual Report

    Colombia ratified the Convention on Enforced Disappearance and, with legislative approval, moved closer towards ratification of the Convention on Cluster Munitions ... Colombia ratified the Convention on Enforced

    • 2013-06-21
    • Annual Report
  • Colombia: deprived of their land by armed conflict

    The fact that unexploded munitions are scattered across remote areas means that countless people are prevented from working their fields, fetching water, and going to schools, health centres and places of

    • 2011-01-05
    • Feature
  • Colombia: indigenous people at risk from explosive devices

    Someone walking through the fields or the forest may stumble across explosive remnants of war left over from a battle, abandoned munitions or explosives, or improvised explosive devices ... Someone walking through

    • 2011-10-12
    • Feature
  • Colombia: assistance for civilians affected by fighting in Chocó

    They are also afraid to move around in the area because of the unexploded munitions left behind following the fighting ... They are also afraid to move around in the area because of the unexploded munitions left

    • 2012-03-13
    • News Release
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  • Colombia: the armed conflict in the south continues to affect the lives of thousands

    The ICRC delegation in Colombia has been encouraging key members of the Congress to work towards ratification of the conventions on cluster munitions and enforced disappearance ... The ICRC delegation in Colombia

    • 2010-09-08
    • Operational Update
  • Colombia: all victims deserve timely care and support

    Explosive devices and unexploded munitions not only cause death and injury to the inhabitants of areas with limited access to health-care services, but also make it difficult to perform daily activities

    • 2011-04-13
    • Operational Update
  • Colombia: Weapon contamination

    The scale of this problem, caused by improvised explosive devices, which are activated like anti-personnel mines, and explosive remnants of war, such as unexploded or abandoned munitions, increases day by day

    • 2013-07-10
    • Feature
  • The ICRC in Colombia

    Colombia ratified the Convention on Enforced Disappearance and, with legislative approval, moved closer towards ratification of the Convention on Cluster Munitions ... Colombia ratified the Convention on Enforced

    • 2012-02-15
    • Section
  • Colombia 2009 report

    munitions and other explosive remnants of war from the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement ... munitions and other explosive remnants of war from the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement

    • 2010-05-19
    • Publication
    • Archived page

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