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By disposing of its last 25 antipersonnel mines Saturday, Japan becomes the 38th country to rid itself of the deadly devices.

Over the past four years, Japan has destroyed about 1 million Self-Defense Forces antipersonnel mines, in line with an international treaty it signed in December 1997.

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