Two people are killed in an explosion after they attempted to rid their farm of an UXO.
Two men are killed in separate cases of landmines in Kandal and Battambang.
Two men are seriously injured in an explosion of a 74 mm unexploded shell ordnance.
A boy is killed and four others sustain injuries as a UXO and a landmine explode.
One woman died and three others injured after a rocket they found exploded.
The donation was given by the foundation to Cambodia Mine Action Authorities and HALO trust.
The Cambodian Mine Action Authority reports that casualties increased this year by more than 40 percent.
CMAC and a Norwegian NGO sign a MoU for a project to clear landmines.
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.
35 people have been killed or injured so far this year in mine incidents.
Villagers in Battambang province on Wednesday found nearly 40 unexploded ordnances left over from war while they were clearing land in Kors Kralor
A soldier is killed by a buried UXO which he accidentally detonated while clearing land.
Two boys died and two others are hurt after they accidentally detonated an unexploded M79 shell on a mountain in Phnom Sruoch.
A 12-year-old boy was killed and a 10-year-old boy injured after playing with a UXO in Battambang province.
Cambodia applauds debt settlement approach with the Czech Republic.
China donates mine clearance equipment to Cambodia after pledging to help clear explosive remnants of the war last week.
The United States extends a grant to clear unexploded ordnances from the country through the Cambodian Mines Action Centre.
China is to help clear land mines and explosive remnants of war from the country, reaffirming its commitment to protecting security and stability in Cambodia.
The United States pledges to continue to fund work to clear landmines and unexploded ordnances from the country.
The Cambodian Mine Action Centre yesterday says the United States will cease funding its work to clear the country of unexploded ordnance from January.
A total of 96 people, including 67 women, seek medical treatment for suspected exposure to chemical bombs.
Police in Takeo province found an unexploded bomb while an excavator was digging in Daung Keo town.
A resident spotted 30 unexploded rockets while excavating land in Pursat province’s Phnom Kravanh district to build a home.
The Cambodian Mine Action Authority replies to US embassy claims it knew about bombs.
Bun Eang was on a field when he stepped on a landmine which caused such extensive damage that doctors decided to amputate his left leg.
Three children in Korki commune may have suffered birth defects or ill health resulting from exposure to chemical bombs.