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WWII-era mine detonated in waters off New Jersey beach (Video)
A World War II-era mine was found partially buried in the waters off a New Jersey beach earlier this week. An explosives team cleared the area and detonated the old ordnance.
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Hong Kong residents evacuated after WWII bomb is found
Hong Kong - On Tuesday hundreds of people were evacuated from a neighborhood in Hong Kong after a World War II bomb was found at a construction site.
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A screen grab from NBC News video. A military explosives team detonated the WWII-era mine on June 26, 2013. Water reportedly shot 125 feet into the air.
Screen shot of a military detonation on June 26, 2013 after a WWII-era mine was found in the waters on a New Jersey beach. This screen grab was taken from video accompanying an NBC News report.
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