The Banning of Anti-Personnel Landmines: The Legal Contribution of the International Committee of the Red Cross

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are fitted with self-neutralizing mechanisms or if their location can be accurately recorded. Warnings are to be given to the civilian population unless circumstances do not permit.
d. Pre-manufactured booby-traps in the form of apparently harmless portable objects are prohibited as are booby-traps attached to or associated with certain listed items.
e. Pre-planned minefields and all areas where there has been large-scale and preplanned use of booby-traps are to be recorded. The parties to a conflict must endeavour to record the location of all other mines and booby-traps they have put into position. There are detailed rules on the compilation and disclosure of these records.
f. There are special rules on the protection of United Nations forces and missions and on international cooperation on the clearance of mines and booby-traps.

ANNEX A
TEXTS

ARTICLE 1. MATERIAL SCOPE OF APPLICATION

Previous Texts

1. This idea was introduced in the Ad Hoc Committee

These proposals relate to the use in armed conflict on land of the mines and other devices defined therein. They do not apply to the use of anti-ship mines at sea or in inland waterways, but do apply to mines laid to interdict beaches, waterway crossings or river crossings.


2. 1st Preparatory Conference

In essence the same: minor amendment consequent upon use of “This Treaty” instead of “These proposals”.


3. 2nd Preparatory Conference

Unchanged.


Final text

This Protocol relates to the use on land of the mines, booby-traps and other devices defined herein, including mines laid to interdict beaches, waterway crossings or river crossings, but does not apply to the use of anti-ship mines at sea or in inland waterways.

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