Zimbabwean deminers keeping the Falklands safe

Thirty-seven years ago, Argentine soldiers invaded the Falkland Islands, planting thousands of mines. British troops liberated the locals then --…

Thirty-seven years ago, Argentine soldiers invaded the Falkland Islands, planting thousands of mines. British troops liberated the locals then — and a few dozen Zimbabweans keep them safe now. “There are over 100 minefields flung all across the Falkland Islands from Fox Bay, Port Howard, Goose Green, Fizroy, Stanley area, Longden, all over the place,” said John Hare, the technical director of SafeLane Global, which has been contracted by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office to clear the mines.

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