Germany, two World War II bombs deactivated


Two World War II-era bombs were successfully deactivated in Dortmund, Germany.

Dortmund municipality has announced that US and British bombs weighing 250 kilograms were deactivated after more than 14,000 people were evacuated from the surrounding area.

As a precaution, authorities also evacuated schools and hospitals and closed the city’s train station.

Unexploded ordnance has often been discovered in Germany since the end of World War II.


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