Chinese peacekeepers clear mines at Lebanon-Israel border

10:47, May 13, 2011      

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Chinese peacekeepers march on a minefield. The engineer battalion of the eighth batch of Chinese peacekeeping forces to Lebanon has performed mine clearance along the Lebanese-Israeli border since the end of March this year. They have destroyed 28 land mines and cleared more than 530 square meters of minefields. (Photo by Wang Yanbo, Xinhua)

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By Ye Xin, People's Daily Online

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