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How a 1,000-pound WWII bomb was pulled out of the ground without exploding

Wars come and wars go, but the bombs remain. Police and explosive ordnance disposal technicians removed a 1,000-pound bomb that failed to explode during World War II but that successfully brought traffic to a standstill Wednesday in a bustling Hong Kong neighborhood. It was the second bomb discovered in the area just this week. Untold […]
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