500-kg WWII bomb safely detonated in Germany, leaves 10-ft deep & 32-ft wide hole
A World War II bomb found in Germany's Frankfurt was safely detonated in the early hours of Thursday, the city's fire service said, allowing thousands of evacuated residents to return. The 500-kg unexploded bomb was unearthed during construction work on Wednesday. The Frankfurter Allgemeine newspaper said the controlled blast left a hole around 10-feet deep and 32-feet wide.
Over 100 unexploded World War II bombs found in Solomon Islands
More than 100 unexploded World War II bombs were found in a backyard of a house in Solomon Islands' capital Honiara. The bombs were discovered by a man who was digging a hole for a new septic system at his property in a residential area. The bombs have been removed from the site by police in a two-day operation.