Landmines claim another victim in Azerbaijan

On Friday, 17 June, an employee of the Azerbaijan Mine Action Agency (ANAMA) was injured in the Jabrayil district whilst engaged in demining work

The victim was named as Ruhin Valiyev.  His condition was described as  stable, he was hospitalised and his leg was amputated as a result of wounds sustained in the blast.

source: commonspace.eu  and agencies
photo: landmine explosion; courtesy of ANAMA 

 

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