30/03/2022 Libia, Cirenaica, Bengasi
“If you ever come across anything suspicious like this item, please do not pick it up, contact your local law enforcement agency for assistance”
UNICEF received reports that two children were killed, and one child was injured due to explosive remnants of war. The children -among them two brothers- are six, seven and 16 years old. They are from Benghazi and Sirte. Last year alone, The United Nations was able to verify that at least 26 children in Libya were killed or injured due to explosive remnants of war. UNICEF calls on all parties to spare no effort to clear Libya of land mines and unexploded ordnances and support children and families affected. Every child in Libya across the country has the right to live in a safe and a protective environment. UNICEF continues in partnership with the Libyan Mine Action Centre to increase awareness-raising among children on the threats and dangers of Explosive Ordinance Risk across Libya.”
If you find anything that appears to be an explosive device, do not touch it, leave it where it is and call the police. We will contact the appropriate agencies to properly dispose of the item.
Biography of a Bomb
Dear editors, Biography of a bomb is aimed at highlighting the danger caused by unexploded bombs. Moreover, the most important aspect is that we work completely non profit, raising awerness about this topic is what drives us. We apologize if we make use of pictures in yours articles, but we need them to put a context in how findings are done. We will (and we always do) cite source and author of the picture. We thank you for your comprehension.