It's a job normally reserved for men, but one group of women in Iraq has taken on the dangerous task of clearing mines in the northern region of Mosul. The area is littered with hidden explosives left behind by the Islamic State group. We take a closer look at these women risking their lives and shattering stereotypes along the way.
5 Feb 2020
The Trump administration lifted restrictions on the deployment of "smart" anti-personnel landmines. Traditional landmines are notorious for injuring civilians, including children, years after conflicts have ended.