Two were killed by World War II bomb
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Two Polish soldiers died, and four others were injured when they were attempting to disarm a World War II bomb, Polish Defense Minister Mariusz Blaszczak reports.
The bomb was found last week by individuals in a forest outside the city of Kuznia Raciborska, in the southern parts of the country.
Undetected bombs are regularly discovered in Poland and several other European countries involved in World War II. Just a month ago, 15,000 people in Hanover, Germany, were evacuated while a bomb from World War II was disarmed in the city.
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Air Ministry Second World War Official Collection. Date between 1939 and 1945. Wikipedia Commons License.