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zahra' langhi Nov 13
Not being recognised by the international community as a legitimate government is not a good reason for abdicating humanitarian responsibility at a time when most donor states claim to uphold human rights as a key principle of a supposedly ethical foreign policy.
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zahra' langhi Jan 17
I thank the Dutch Parliament for giving us the platform to screen our documentary on the victims of landmines in Benghazi to highlight the destruction in the city and the need 4 an urgent action to
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justin spence Nov 10
Desperate need to to stop civilian casualties as seen at
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Hani Shennib, M.D. Nov 10
. A call at for Britain to urgently transfer their demining equipment wrongly send to Misrata to Benghazi where it is badly needed.
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zahra' langhi Apr 4
on the International Day of Mine Awareness
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Marguerite Dehler Mar 11
Replying to @Marguer_d
Bringing this back up in light of the implications of Benghazi likely not receiving receiving assistance and training and equipment in explosives removals
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Marguerite Dehler Feb 22
The arms embargo also includes demining equipment. In , … working with little means & bare hand "the group, which had 135 deminers at the beginning of the war, counts only 13"
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zahra' langhi Nov 26
Stay tuned for screening LWPP’s film featuring the victims of land mines in Benghazi
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🙏Émna ~ آمنة 🇹🇳🌍🏟⚽️ Nov 23
Glad to see a follow up from ! The short documentary produced by was screened at at the initiative of North Africa co-chair .
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Karama Nov 13
A new film highlights the threat posed by the thousands of landmines left to kill and maim in Benghazi⚡️ “
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zahra' langhi Nov 13
In Benghazi militant armed groups implanted (IEDs). The mines implanted were uniquely handmade making the demining process even more difficult. demining unit lacks professional training & equipment.
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🙏Émna ~ آمنة 🇹🇳🌍🏟⚽️ Nov 10
Can you imagine this guy still keeps such a smile !? What a future is waiting for him? OMG.
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David Knox Nov 10
premier screening introduced by of harrowing documentary which calls for urgent action
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Hammamet Conference Nov 10
"More than 10000 mines exist in Bousneb in Benghazi."
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LWPP Movement Nov 10
Now at : Screening of the documentary "Symphony of Death"
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Christine Wilson Nov 10
. introduces the world premiere of her film at , showing the human devastation wrought by mines
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LWPP Movement Nov 2
2017: Produces Films on Demining & Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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zahra' langhi Sep 24
There can no sustainable peace in if we don't address mines seriously for mines sustain war!
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LWPP Movement Sep 24
A LWPP documentary exposing how landmines in maim and kill and lead to a never-ending war
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Walid Madi Sep 4
After the withdrawal of the terror militia ISIS, Benghazi is still full of mines | D+C
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