World War II Bombs Unearthed in Hanover, Germany; 50,000 Evacuated | The Weather Channel

Three bombs from World War II were unearthed over the weekend in Hanover, Germany, which forced authorities to evacuate about 10 percent of the city. The discovery of the unexploded ordnance occurred Sunday at a construction site in the center of town, according to dpa International. Officials moved quickly to evacuate 50,000 people from the area while a special team successfully defused the three bombs, the report added.

Source: World War II Bombs Unearthed in Hanover, Germany; 50,000 Evacuated | The Weather Channel

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