Around 600 people were evacuated when a World War II bomb was discovered in the old German city of Frankfurt. Specialists defused the bomb and declared it safe for residents to return.
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The compulsory evacuation was Germany's biggest since World War II, with more than a thousand emergency service workers helping to clear the area around the bomb.
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