Georgia de-mined with Norwegian aid

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Jonathon Guthrie (R), a program manager of Norwegian People's Aid, and Norwegian ambassador to Georgia Jon Ramberg hold a button to detonate the last cluster of munitions found near the Georgian and South Ossetian de facto border in the village of Variani, some 100 km (68 miles) northwest of Tbilisi June 22, 2010. Non-governmental organization Norwegian People's Aid finished demining operations in Georgia and has cleared about 6 million square meters from cluster munitions. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)

Jonathon Guthrie (R), a program manager of Norwegian People’s Aid, and Norwegian ambassador to Georgia Jon Ramberg hold a button to detonate the last cluster of munitions found near the Georgian and South Ossetian de facto border in the village of Variani, some 100 km (68 miles) northwest of Tbilisi June 22. Non-governmental organization Norwegian People’s Aid (Norsk Folkehjelp) finished demining operations in Georgia and has cleared about 6 million square meters from cluster munitions. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili