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Anti-personnel mines - audio interview of an  ICRC surgeon, 1992

Anti-personnel mines - audio interview of an ICRC surgeon, 1992

In the April 1992 edition of "Red Cross Roads," head ICRC surgeon Dr Robin Gray explains the short- and long-term consequences of anti-personnel mines and the need for international action.

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Urban services during protracted armed

Urban services during protracted armed

This report underlines the challenges, describes the characteristics and complexity of essential services, questions current paradigms and proposes new avenues to be explored to better respond to the needs of urban communities increasingly affected by these phenomena.

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