Israeli Troop Pullout: Soldiers Leave, But Deadly Duds Remain - International - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News: "Israel, however, is not doing all it can to help the United Nations find the unexploded munitions. Although Israeli officials have provided the UN with maps of the affected areas, Chris Clark, who heads the UN Mine Action Coordination Center's efforts in Lebanon, called those maps 'absolutely useless,' according to the AFP. The maps he has been given, he says, consist of little more than satellite images marked with circles denoting the areas bombed. 'We need the target coordinates,' he said.
A high-ranking Israeli official told DER SPIEGEL that while the army has access to more detailed maps, it cannot make them public because they could reveal the extent of the information Israeli intelligence has gathered on Hezbollah."