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Malanje: Over 350 explosives destroyed

Malanje - A least 355 explosive devices were destroyed on Tuesday, in the commune of Cambaxe, Malanje district, by the National Demining Institute (INAD). ,

Indeed, they were destroyed 64 mortars of 60 mm, five 81 mm, 31, 82 mm, a 120 mm, 21 ratchets RPG-7, 22 grenades castor, four dilagram, six fuse of 82 mm mortar, three anti-tank landmines and five anti-personnel.

The INAD also destroyed two projectiles D 30 and two 105 mm, and collected several ammunition in an area of 200 square meters in the town of Camissoque, Cambaxe commune.

On the occasion, the deputy governor for political and social sector, Manuel Campos, thanked the alert given by the population about the existence of minefields, which allowed the intervention of the INAD.


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