Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Titus Peachey

To ban the (cluster) bomb Lancaster resident Titus Peachey has worked for years to try to stop the carnage. Now, says Peachey, who returned earlier this month from a cluster bomb conference in Austria, the world might be getting somewhere. Today, said Peachey, the MCC director of peace education, stockpiles of mines are falling. Even nations that did not sign the treaty, such as the United States, have largely refrained from deploying new mines. The British-based organization estimated that the bombs have killed or injured more than 100,000 people worldwide. Click to read the article By JON RUTTER, Staff writer.