Mozambique and Landmines

Finding the estimated millions of active land mines in Mozambique was difficult even before massive flooding hit the country. Now, Mozambique must deal with thousands of active mines which may have washed onto once dry land - stalling the repair of bridges, roads and power stations. NPR's Kenneth Walker reports from Maputo.

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