Cluster bombs review

After 40 years since the end of the war, many kinds of cluster submunitions are still scattered everywhere on a good part of Laos territory: each with its shape, features and effects.

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Piles of unexploded ordnances

The UXO problem

The UXO problem in few words, excerpted from UXO LAO website:
Lao PDR has the unwanted distinction of being per capita the most heavily bombed nation in the world. Between the years 1964 and 1973, the United States flew more than half a million bombing missions, delivering more than two million tons of explosive ordnance, in an attempt to block the flow of North Vietnamese arms and troops through Laotian territory. The ordnance dropped include more than 266 million submunitions (known as “bombies” in Lao) released from cluster bombs.

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Bomb Harvest

Bomb Harvest is a 2007 documentary film explores the consequences of war in Laos as it follows an Australian bomb disposal specialist,

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