Second World War bomb inadvertently transported across Germany

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By The Associated Press, February 16, 2017 

BERLIN – Police say an unexploded Second World War bomb was inadvertently transported across Germany before being discovered at a waste disposal facility, where it was defused.

Police in the eastern state of Saxony said late Wednesday that the bomb – some 1 metre long and 40 centimetres in diameter – was brought to the facility in Deutzen in a delivery of soil from Cologne. That’s a journey of some 480 kilometres.

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