The villages on the border of the town of Marivan in western Kurdistan have thousands of mines under their land planted during the Iran-Iraq war and have caused many tragedies for hundreds of people living there.
Children, women, farmers and all those living in these villages are at great risk, but it is the war to survive and make a living that makes them live this way and never give up despite the dangers that have caused many different disabilities for many people.
PUKmedia / IRNA
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