WWII river bomb successfully detonated in Germany

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A 550lb (250kg) bomb from World War II has been successfully detonated during a controlled explosion in a river in Potsdam, Germany.

Nine tonnes of straw had to be placed on top of the bomb, to contain the blast and shrapnel.

Sam Naz reports.

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