It's thought up to 2 million tonnes of ordnance was dropped on Laos during the Vietnam War
Thanks to the Vietnam War, the country of Laos is one of the most heavily bombed places on Earth.
Tom Morgan visited the Phonsavan area of Laos
Between 1965 and 1973, American bombers dropped more than 2 million tonnes of ordnance on Laos, much of which remains undetonated.
It's one of 17 countries in which the Manchester-based Mines Advisory Group (MAG) is currently active, clearing unexploded bombs and landmines and helping communities reclaim their land and rebuild their lives.
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