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(E) Croatian Victim of an anti-personnel mine
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  10/29/2002 | Media Watch | Unrated
(E) Croatian Victim of an anti-personnel mine

 

Mine Victim

EVENING NEWS 19.10.2002. 
The Croatian Mine Action Centre reported that its worker, 
Stjepan Haban (born in 1971), lost his life in an accident which 
occurred in a Slovene centre for the training of mine removal 
experts on Friday.
Under still unexplained circumstances, an anti-personnel mine 
exploded in the hands of Haban during lessons. In the explosion, 
another Croat, Vladimir Orsolic, who is also an employee with 
the Croatian Mine Action Centre, sustained light injuries. Three 
employees of this Croatian company were attending the training, 
organised by the International Trust Fund in the Slovene military 
barracks of Ig, outside Ljubljana. An investigation in Friday's 
accident is under way. 

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