Residents of southern German town evacuated over finding of WWII bomb
BBC – More than 50,000 residents from the southern German city of Augsburg are being evacuated from their homes so that an operation to defuse a World War Two bomb can get under way on Sunday.
It is the country’s biggest evacuation for an unexploded bomb since the end of the war.
The 1.8-tonne British explosive is thought to have come from a 1944 air raid, which destroyed the old town.
It was uncovered during construction work.
Police say they do not know how long the operation will take.
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