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article imageVideo: Huge blast as WWII bomb detonated in Munich, Germany

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By Anne Sewell     Aug 29, 2012 in World
Munich - On Tuesday evening in central Munich, Germany, explosives experts detonated the remains of a 550-pound (250 kg) bomb, left over from World War II.
Digital Journal reported on Tuesday on a World War II bomb found at Amsterdam Airport.
It turns out there was another WWII bomb found recently in central Munich, Germany. More than 3,000 residents were evacuated after the bomb was discovered on Monday in the Schwabing district of Munich.
Explosives experts detonated the remains of the 550-pound (250 kg) bomb on Tuesday evening. Fires were caused in several nearby buildings by burning debris.
There are reportedly tens of thousands of unexploded bombs lying in the ground across Germany, left over from World War II.
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