Join the world premiere of the powerful new short documentary "Libya – The Aftermath of War", today (19/7) at 18:00 CET, presented by the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS).
You can get updates on the screening and leave questions for filmmaker Nathan Beriro on their facebook page! Nathan will be in New York with UNMAS for the launch and is busy answering questions on the Twitter account: @mineaction!
Libya is contaminated with hundreds of thousands of explosive remnants of war that threaten the safety of civilians and aid workers. If these bombs are not properly managed, they could end up in the wrong hands, jeopardizing Libya's recovery and international security. The United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) is currently on the ground to help clear this threat.
United Nations Mine Action Service website:
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