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Beitragvon Birgitt » 28.08.2006 20:21

Ein weiteres Opfer von Anti-Personenminen bei Aïn Sefra

28.08.2006

Ein junger Hirte, Z. Mustapha 22 Jahre alt, ist letzten Mittwoch schwer verletzt worden durch die Explosion einer Anti-Personenmine, während er seine Herde führte ... Dieser tragische Unfall hat sich in einem Streckenabschnitt ereignet, der sogenannten Hamer-Stelle, einer Hirtenregion, die ca. zehn km von Aïn Sefra in Richtung der kleinen Stadt Sfissifa gelegen ist ... Diese Minen stammen wohl noch aus der Kolonialzeit ... mehr auf französisch bei El Watan

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Beitragvon yves » 28.08.2006 20:47

Hallo,

in manchen Regionen passiert das leider öfters:
http://www.elwatan.com/spip.php?page=ar ... icle=40242

Le jeune éleveur Benkadour Cheikh ,28 ans résident à Mecheria a été mortellement touché par la déflagration d’une mine, alors qu’il conduisait son troupeau dans une zone de parcours. Ce tragique accident est survenu ce dimanche, au lieudit siadi sid jilali , une zone de transhmance située aux environs de Laaricha (w. de Tlemcen). Ces mines qualifiée "d’armes sans maître", hérités de l’ère coloniale ont été disséminés le long des frontières dans les années 50, pendant la guerre de libération et connues sous la sinistre et macabre appellation de lignes Challe et Morice. Ces "engins de la mort " intensément "semées" avec la volonté de nuire, ont depuis ce temps et à ce jour causé des ravages à l’homme et à l’environnement. Dans certaines zones de transhumance, la découverte de mines à même le sol est devenue assez fréquente .Ces malencontreux accidents mortels et successifs ont suscité un véritable émoi et une certaine appréhension au sein de la population rurale. En effet, quatre victimes dont deux ont perdu la vie ont été enregistrées depuis le début de l’année 2006 seulement et ce malgré plusieurs opérations de déminage effectuées par les spécialistes de l’armée, dont la plus récente remonte au nouveau tracé de la nouvelle ligne de chemin de fer, reliant Mecheria à Bechar. II nous paraît utile d’indiquer d’autre part, que Selon les chiffres d’un décompte établi jusqu’à 2004, ces mines ont à travers le territoire national, tué 40 000 personnes depuis leur "plantation " alors que prés de 80 000 personnes on été touchées dans leur intégrité physique et handicapées à vie.

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Beitragvon Birgitt » 11.11.2007 17:47

Mehr als 4700 Minen aus der Kolonialzeit an der westlichen und östlichen Grenze Algeriens im letzten Oktober entschärft ...

4700 mines destroyed along western and eastern borders
11.11.2007

Army units have destroyed more than 4700 mines last October along western and eastern borders of Algeria. This operation falls within cleansing areas the French colonialism mined during Algeria war 1954-1962 ... mehr bei El Khabar

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Beitragvon Birgitt » 04.04.2008 23:17

National meeting about land mines dangers awareness held in Biskra
3 million landmines still planted in Algeria

05.04.2008

[...] there are 3 millions landmines still planted, and threatening the life of the Algerians, while such a number was estimated at 11 millions, planted by the France army during the colonial era [...] In this regard, the Professor Adimi Messaoud, in his intervention concerning landmines situation in Algeria, and the existing methods to cope with them, has announced that the mines have been planted for the first time during the World War II, but they were planted largely during the Algerian revolution, when the colonial army has proceeded planting them around the Algeria territory, and notably along the eastern and western borders, across Challe and Maurice lines, which have been constructed to prevent arms entering Algeria, and blocking the Algerian fighters from crossing the western or eastern borders. They have been estimated at 11 millions.
Moreover, the terrorist groups have planted land mines during the 90’s, killing a great number of people, according to the same speaker, adding that Algeria has ratified Ottawa convention, and has managed removing 7819180 landmines, while 3 millions are still putting the life of many people in danger.


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Algerien: Armee zerstört 3826 Minen in einem Monat

Beitragvon Alexander » 17.08.2008 09:43

L’armée a détruit 3826 mines en un mois

La lutte contre ces engins de la mort que sont ces millions de mines antipersonnel laissées en « cadeau » empoisonné par la France coloniale continue d’être menée par l’armée nationale. mehr...

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Beitragvon Birgitt » 12.09.2008 17:11

ALGERIA: 7,300 FRENCH MINES DESTROYED IN AUGUST
08.09.2008 - ANSAmed

ALGIERS - Algeria destroyed in August 7,330 mines planted by the French army along the eastern and western borders during the independence war, APS reported today. The discovery and the destruction of the mines are part of the operation for the clearing of the minefields created by the French colonial army during the war (1954-1962). Of all destroyed mines, 5,316 were anti-personnel, 1,705 anti-group and 309 illuminating. Last October 20, France officially handed over to Algeria the plans for the location of the minefields created along the lines "Challe" and "Morice" by the French army at the eastern and western borders between 1956 and 1959. The Morice Line, named after French Defence Minister André Morice, made of mines and barbed wire, permanently patrolled, was built from July 1957 along the Algerian borders with Tunisia and Morocco. Some 460 km long at the Tunisian border and 700 km at the Moroccan border, the Morice Line was partially backed up by another line, called Challe Line after General Maurice Challe, army commander in Algeria from 1958 to 1960 ... mehr

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Beitragvon Alexander » 11.11.2008 22:05

ALGERIA: 15,000 FRENCH MINES DESTROYED IN OCTOBER

About 15,000 mines planted by France in colonial time were demolished by the Algerian Army in October. Algeria destroyed so far more than 330,000 mines all told, including 270,000 anti-personnel, under the Ottawa Convention which Algeria signed in 1997, news agency APS reported Monday. According to Algiers, three million anti-personnel mines out of a total of 11 million planted by the French Army during the 1954-1962 indipendence war, are still buried underground along the eastern adn western border. After years of negotiations, France handed over the map of the mines planted along the "Morice and Challe lines" at the eastern and western border, in October 2007. But Algerian military authroities maintain these papers are useless. The Morice Line, named after French Defence Minister André Morice, was palnted along the border with Tunisia and Morocco in July 1957. This line was partly doubled between 1958 and 1960 with the Challe Line, named after General Maurice Challe.

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Algerian Army destroyed 9950 of French colonial mines

Beitragvon Alexander » 18.01.2009 10:48

Algerian Army destroyed 9950 of French colonial mines

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The Algerian Army destroyed over 9950 land mines during December 2008. Landmines were discovered along the eastern and western borders of Algeria, said the APN. They go back to the Frecnh colonial period. mehr...

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Beitragvon Alexander » 20.05.2009 19:13

Over 8 million mines destroyed since Independence

The mine-clearing operations, carried out by units of the People's National Army (ANP) since the Independence, have enabled up to 17 April 2009 to discover and destroy a total of 8,201,862 mines. The mine-clearing operations, carried out by units of the People's National Army (ANP) since the Independence, have enabled up to 17 April 2009 to discover and destroy a total of 8,201,862 mines, said Colonel Mohamed Charfi, quoted by the monthly magazine El-Djeich in its latest issue.
The figure represents 75.3 % of the mine-clearance, including 91,865 mines destroyed in 2008, Colonel Charfi added. As regards the number of mines destroyed per military regions (RM), during 2008, he said that 40,414 mines have been destroyed in the 2nd RM, 39,923 in 3rd RM and 11,528 in 5th RM.

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Beitragvon Birgitt » 17.09.2009 21:04

ALGERIA: OVER 6000 ANTI-PERSONNEL MINES DESTROYED IN AUGUST
14.09.2009 - ANSamed

ALGIERS More than six thousand anti-personnel mines from the French colonial period were destroyed by the Algerian army in August as per the Ottawa Convention ratified by Algeria in 2005. According to the APS agency the special army units found and destroyed six thousand anti-personnel mines, anti-tank mines and shrapnel devices along placed along the Algerian borders during the French colonial period(1830-1962). The report continues that so far 410 thousand mines have been destroyed including 346 thousand anti-personnel mines, 62 thousand anti-tank mines and two thousand shrapnel mines.

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Beitragvon Gerhard Göttler » 17.09.2009 21:43

Hallo Minen-Meider!

Hier gibts Infos mit anschaulichen Bildern:

http://www.tenes.info/galerie/LIGNEMAURICE

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Beitragvon Birgitt » 08.10.2009 20:51

ALGERIA: 5,163 MINES DESTROYED ALONG BORDERS IN SEPTEMBER
08.10.2009 - ANSAmed

ALGIERS - The Algerian army found and destroyed 5,163 mines along the country's western and eastern borders in September according to a report for the Algerian news agency APS. The destruction of the mines is part of a mine-clearing programme to rid the area of the mine placed by the French army during the war in Algeria (1954-1962). The mine clearing started immediately after the war and the declaration of independence. Since 1962, the army has destroyed eight million mines of the 11,000 existing according to official documents. Only in 2007 did France officially give Algeria the map of the minefields along the Challé and Mauricé lines that go back to the years between 1956 and 1959. The mines were placed along the east and west frontiers to prevent fighters from the National Liberation Army coming into the country from Morocco and Tunisia.

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Beitragvon Birgitt » 14.01.2010 21:22

ALGERIA: 5700 COLONIAL LANDMINES DESTROYED IN NOVEMBER
08.12.2009 - ANSAmed

ALGIERS - More than 5700 land mines from the French colonial period were destroyed by the Algerian army in November. According the Algerian Press Service (APS) the army special units found and destroyed over 4700 antipersonnel mines and one thousand antitank and fragmentation mines, scattered along the Algerian borders during the French colonization (1830-1962). To date, adds the note, about 427 thousand landmines have been destroyed. Of those, 360 thousand were antipersonnel, 66 thousand were antitank and 2,200 were fragmentation mines. According to Algiers, three of the eleven million mines planted by France along the 'Morice' and 'Challe' lines are still present in Algerian territory ... mehr

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Beitragvon Birgitt » 29.01.2010 23:18

ALGERIA: IN 2009, OVER 78,000 COLONIAL-ERA MINES DESTROYED
27.01.2010 - ANSAmed

ALGIERS - Over 78,000 mines set during the colonial era were discovered and destroyed in Algeria during 2009. A monthly average of 6,500 mines neutralised, reported a statement from APS, which allowed a total area of over 522 hectares to be cleared out. Results that were called "encouraging" and that were obtained thanks "to the experience and strict application of safety measures that allowed for accidents to be avoided." Over 8.2 million explosive devices have been destroyed until today by the Algerian Army, about 75.3% of the total number of mines set by the French during the colonial period (1830-1962). According to Algiers, 3 million of the 11 million mines set by the French are still present.

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Re: Minensituation - Algerien

Beitragvon Alexander » 11.02.2017 05:26

Algeria has formally announced in Geneva, that after decades of work, it has fulfilled its mine clearance obligation under Ottawa Convention clearing 93 mined or suspected mined areas, including 78 former mine barrages, and destroying more than one million antipersonnel mines.


DZ Breaking: Landmines Removal: Algeria 2nd North African country

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