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There is a risk of unexploded ordnance on the island.
Large areas are still blocked off because of unexploded ordnance.
To this day there is a possibility of finding some unexploded ordnance.
At the same time, unexploded ordnance was also to be removed from the ship.
Additional unexploded ordnance has been found on a regular basis since then.
Never touch anything that resembles a mine or unexploded ordnance.
Estimates range up to 300 people killed annually by unexploded ordnance.
Unexploded ordnance can also be a concern where remote delivery is used.
The range is closed to the public due to the hazard of unexploded ordnance.
He is also concerned about the clearing of mines and unexploded ordnance.
Anything can happen, she said, "from gunfire, to unexploded ordnance going off."
They are also good for real-time work such as unexploded ordnance location.
Earlier, inspectors had abandoned work at the site because of the danger from unexploded ordnance.
One part was sealed by a sign that said, in Arabic, unexploded ordnance.
Landmines and unexploded ordnance remain a serious problem throughout the country.
Particular care should be taken due to the continuing threat from land mines and unexploded ordnance.
How many must die before we get medical supplies into hospitals and clean up the unexploded ordnance?
This research is applied to the detection of unexploded ordnance and military targets.
The Ottawa treaty does not cover all types of unexploded ordnance.
The site is off limits to divers due to unexploded ordnance.
The area has been mined and could still contain unexploded ordnance.
Unexploded ordnance remains on the island, though some were detonated by a fire in the late 1970s.
"Food, shelter, medicine and unexploded ordnance remain serious problems for camp residents."
In June 1950 the bombing range was returned to the park after being cleared of unexploded ordnance.
By extension, the term is sometimes used to describe the unexploded ordnance left behind after any major battle or war.
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