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29/10 17:42 CET

Unexploded WWII ordnance still litters Egypt’s Western Desert

Unexploded WWII ordnance still litters Egypt’s Western Desert

Egypt's Western Desert remains littered with mines and unexploded munitions, the deadly remnants of heavy fighting during the Second World War. The Egyptian armed forces estimate around 20 million mines and unexploded bombs are still buried in the sand and the munitions pose a…