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The remains of a second world war soldier were found, on Monday, near the city of Tobruk, east of Libya.

The office of antiquity in Toubruk received information on finding human remains at ( Ghara) near Sidi Rizik Alharbi region about 30km from Tobruk .

The Office explained that a team of archaeologists moved to the area to examine the remains and, after an initial examination, disclosed that the remains were likely to be a British soldier from WW II.

 The team found 10 different items with the remains including Egyptian currencies that dates back to the year 1939. Work is underway to disclose the identity of the soldier and identify the rest of the items. 


Translated by /The Press Office

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