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DISCOVERY OF WWII BOM SPARKS MASS EVACUATION IN GERMANY

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BERLIN, Germany - Officials in the western German city of Koblenz were preparing to evacuate almost half of the city's residents following the discovery of a bomb left over from World War II at the bottom of the Rhine.
The 1,800 kilogram bomb was discovered lying in the River Rhine after falling water levels revealed its resting place.
Some 45,000 of the 106,000-strong population will be cleared from an evacuation zone 1.8 kilometres in radius in the biggest post-war evacuation in Koblenz's history.
Local authorities will provide temporary accommodation in schools outside the danger zone for residents unable to stay with friends or family, and free shuttle buses are being laid on to transport the thousands of people forced to leave.

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