Huge Evacuation Planned After WWII Bomb Found

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Huge evacuation planned after WWII bomb found

The operation to defuse the bomb is expected to begin at midday and to take approximately four hours.
The disposal of the bomb that is planned for Sunday, September 3.

The disposal of the bomb that is planned for Sunday, September 3.

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World War II may have ended over 70 years ago, but its legacy still lingers in cities across Germany.
In May, more than 50,000 people were asked to leave Hanover after a bomb was discovered during pre-construction work on a site in the Vahrenwald district.
On Christmas Day 2016, another 50,000 were evacuated from Augsburg in south Germany after a 1.8-ton bomb was found beneath an underground parking garage.

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