Remangate, pull up your pant leg
Issue 22 | February 2012
Colombia was the third highest-ranking country in the world for landmines.
By mid-2011 there had been 9,133 victims of explosions, whom 870 were children,
3,408 of whom were civilians and 5, 275 of whom were soldiers.
A landmine was being triggered every sixty seconds but because they went off far from the cities, where they were not seen or heard, the problem was ignored by the media and by the politicians.