November 03 2015
Air traffic was temporarily affected on Monday after a World War II-era bomb was destroyed at a busy international airport in Germany, reports Agence France-Presse.
Flights at the airport in the western German city of Dusseldorf were halted for an hour while the 125-kg (275-lb) bomb was removed, said the airport.
The bomb was found overnight during construction work near the main runway. For the controlled explosion, the munition was placed into an eight-meter deep hole to...
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