Torrential rain in Mozambique this month has flooded a wide area including the heavily mined Manhica district. Many of the 200,000 people affected have lost their homes and belongings. Once the waters subside, some may face the added danger of mines displaced by the floods from known minefields.
Only a total ban offers long-term hope of significantly reducing the daily toll of suffering anti-personnel mines inflict.
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