CHUNGARA, CHILE: Chilean and Bolivian flags flutter alongside a minefield in Chungara, a border area between Chile and Bolivia, on July 21, 2005, during the official ceremony in front of the snowy Payachatas where Chile began demining its north-eastern border with Bolivia, in this area where for 30 years there are 2,200 anti-personnel and anti-tank explosives. The army will remove a total of 23,000 explosives that are scattered in about 980 km of border. AFP PHOTO / AIZAR RALDES (Photo credit should read AIZAR RALDES / AFP / Getty Images)
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