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  1. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    septembre, 2004
    Myanmar

    Key developments since May 2003: Myanmar"atrocity demining,"Halt Mine Use in Burma."... * Mine Ban Policy
    * Use;
    * Production, Transfer, Stockpiling;
    * Non-State Actors Use;
    * NSA-Production, Transfer, Stockpiling;
    * Landmine Problem;
    * Mine Clearance and Mine Risk Education;
    * Landmine Casualties68;
    * Survivor Assistance90;
    * Disability Policy and Practice.

  2. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    septembre, 2005
    Myanmar

    Key developments since May 2004: Myanmar"atrocity demining") was reported in 2004-2005, as in previous years. No humanitarian mine clearance has taken place in Burma. No military or village demining has been reported since May 2004. At a UNHCR seminar in November 2004, the mine threat was identified as one of the most serious impediments to the safe return of internally displaced persons and refugees. Mine risk education is carried out by NGOs on an increasing basis, in refugee camps and within other assistance efforts.

  3. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    septembre, 2003
    Myanmar

    Key developments since May 2002: "Myanmar’s military has continued laying landmines. At least 15 rebel groups also used mines, two more than last year: the New Mon State Party and the Hongsawatoi Restoration Party. Nobel Peace Laureate Jody Williams and ICBL Coordinator Liz Bernstein visited the country in February 2003."..."Myanmar’s ruling State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) has not acceded to the Mine Ban Treaty. Myanmar abstained from voting on the pro-Mine Ban Treaty UN General Assembly Resolution 57/74 in November 2002.

  4. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    septembre, 2006
    Myanmar

    Key developments since May 2005: Both the military junta and non-state armed groups have continued to use antipersonnel mines extensively. The Myanmar Army has obtained, and is using an increasing number of antipersonnel mines of the United States M-14 design; manufacture and source of these non-detectable mines—whether foreign or domestic—is unknown. In November 2005, Military Heavy Industries reportedly began recruiting technicians for the production of the next generation of mines and other munitions.

  5. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    septembre, 2002
    Myanmar

    Key developments since May 2001: Myanmar?s military has continued laying landmines inside the country and along its borders with Thailand. As part of a new plan to ?fence the country,? the Coastal Region Command Headquarters gave orders to its troops from Tenasserim division to lay mines along the Thai-Burma border. Three rebel groups, not previously identified as mine users, were discovered using landmines in 2002: Pao People?s Liberation Front, All Burma Muslim Union and Wa National Army. Thirteen rebel groups are now using mines.

  6. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    novembre, 2007
    Myanmar

    Mine Ban Treaty status:

    Not a State Party...

    Stockpile:

    Unknown...

    Contamination:

    APMs; some AVMs and ERW...

    Estimated area of contamination:

    Extensive...

    Demining progress in 2006:

    None reported...

    MRE capacity:

    Increased but remains inadequate...

    Mine/ERW casualties in 2006:

    Total: 243 (2005: 231)...

    Mines: 232 (2005: 231):

    Unknown devices: 11 (2005: 0)...

    Casualty analysis:

    Killed: 20 (2 civilians, 2 children, 6 military,

    10 unknown) (2005: 5);

  7. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    novembre, 2008
    Myanmar

    Mine Ban Treaty status:

    Not a State Party...

    Use:

    Government and NSAG use continued in 2007 and 2008....

    Stockpile:

    Unknown...

    Contamination:

    Antipersonnel and antivehicle mines, ERW...

    Estimated area of contamination:

    Extensive...

    Demining progress in 2007:

    None reported...

    Mine/ERW casualties in 2007:

    Total: 438 (2006: 243);

    Mines: 409 (2006: 232);

    Unknown: 29 (2006: 11)...

    Casualty analysis:

    Killed: 47 (2006: 20);

    Injured: 338 (2006: 223);

  8. Library Resource
    Rapports et recherches
    novembre, 1998
    Myanmar

    Modern mine warfare began in 1969, and over the past thirty years mine pollution has increased
    greatly. Today mines are being laid on a near daily basis by both government forces and several
    armed ethnic groups. The military government of Burma, formerly known as the State Law and
    Order Restoration Council (SLORC), now calls itself the State Peace and Development Council
    (SPDC).

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