Cambodian Mine Action Centre experts find numerous rockets and anti-tank mines left behind from civil war in Malai district.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre has found a US-made MK-82 bomb in Stung Sen.
Mine Action Centre experts remove a USMK82 bomb found in Kong Pissey.
Authorities are called to further regulate the sale and storage of gas supplies.
An eight-year-old mine detection dog imported from Bosnia in 2014 dies.
A mine detection dog imported from Bosnia in 2014 died due to cancer.
Cambodian Mine Action Centre reports 44 people were killed or injured in explosions in the last 3 months – a 100% increase.
A farmer in Pursat province’s Veal Veng district was seriously injured when he hit an unexploded remnant of the war with his plough and in Ratanakiri province’s Taveng district five persons were injured when they tried to DYI (do-it-yourself) an explosive device.
The National Police hand over almost 12,000 firearms left over from war to the CMAC.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre has lashed out at the United States for comments made on Facebook accusing China of supporting Pol Pot’s regime from 1975 to 1979.
Nearly 200 mortar tail fins are handed over to Battambang city police.
A Cambodian-Thai Mine Action Centre meeting for joint efforts to demining borders.
Kampong Cham police start operation to locate UXOs left in land near headquarters.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre on Friday signed an MoU with Four Paws International and Animal Rescue Cambodia aimed at protecting dogs and pushing for a ban on the dog meat trade in the Kingdom.
The director of the Cambodian Mine Action Centre has called on people to stop eating dog meat and for better protection of the animals under the law as his organisation moves forward with training to have them locate landmines.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre is training intelligent dogs, equipped with cameras to detect landmines.
Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) personnel unearthed 128 mortars that were buried in the grounds of Preah Vihear Temple.
Siem Reap police hand over +100 pieces of unexploded ordnance to the CMAC.
Mine Action Centre official reminds the public to steer clear of any explosives.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre needs about $100 million for effective demining.
A farmer stumbles upon a case containing 100 rounds of Soviet-designed RPK bullets for machine guns.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre remove a 220-kilogram bomb in Kandal province.
The Mine Action Centre discovers hundreds of unexploded ordnances in Chul Kiri.
Cambodian Mine Action Centre officials detonate a pile of about 20 bombs.
Nearly 100 unexploded ordnances are handed over to the authorities after farmers found them in Preah Vihear.
China grants a $2.5 million to the government to support the demining activities.
The Mine Action Centre will soon commence operations to dispose of chemical bombs discovered in Korki commune.
The National Authority of Chemical Weapons and the Cambodian Mine Action Centre are continuing their operation to dispose of chemical bombs discovered in Svay Rieng province’s Korki commune.
13 unexploded bombs were unearthed when a villager digged to construct a toilet.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre is now under the control of the Royal Forces.