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On a recent visit by foreign officials, personnel from the military's Western Desert Mine Clearance Regiment swept detectors across a stretch of sand as they showcased the painstaking work it takes to knline the deadly legacy left behind by the Axis and Allied troops who wrestled for control along the Mediterranean coast. An explosion online sex chat in el alamen out as a remotely controlled vehicle drove over hidden explosive. Later, two mines were detonated from a distance, sending red and yellow smoke billowing skywards. The battle of El Alamein is heralded as a crucial victory for the Allies that decisively turned the tide on Italian and German forces in North Africa.

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The battle of El Alamein is heralded as a crucial victory for the Allies that decisively turned the tide on Italian aoamen German forces in North Africa.

But for locals on the ground, the event that British leader Winston Churchill famously called the "end of the beginning" of the war has left a threat that remains three quarters of a century later. The battle "left behind a vast amount of unexploded ordnances that remain a major risk for the population", Ivan Zex, the EU's ambassador to Egypt, said during a visit to mark the 75th anniversary.

Educational programmes supported as well by the United Nations over the past decade have also sought to raise awareness of the threat. At a demonstration laid on for the visiting delegation of the sort of advice on offer, two boys read a poster hanging in a school with the words "The Hidden Killer" written across it.

Story continues Nearby pupils sat in a classroom listening to a student reading from a pamphlet about the WWII battle and the dangers of the mines it left behind. Those conducting the perilous work scouring for mines say that the painstaking searches in the field and projects in the ln are paying off.

So far in there has been just one casualty from mines, a decrease from years, said General Fathy Mansour, deputy commander of the Military Engineering corps. The mine is then either removed or detonated where it lies, depending on the type. Later, two mines were detonated from a distance, sending red and yellow smoke billowing skywards.

The battle of El Alamein is heralded as a crucial victory for the Allies that decisively turned the chah on Italian and German forces in North Africa. But for locals on the ground, the event that British leader Winston Churchill famously called the "end of the beginning" of the war has left a threat that remains three quarters of a century later.

The battle "left behind a vast amount of unexploded ordnances that remain a major risk for the population", Ivan Surkos, the EU's ambassador to Egypt, said during a visit to mark the 75th anniversary.

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Story continues Nearby pupils sat in a classroom listening to a student reading from a pamphlet about the WWII battle and the dangers of the mines it left behind. Those conducting the perilous work scouring for mines say that the painstaking searches in the field and projects in the classroom are paying off. So far in there has been just one casualty from mines, a decrease from years, said General Fathy Mansour, deputy commander of the Military Engineering corps.

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