Andra världskriget utkräver nytt offer, 70 år senare

Matt Vasilogambros för The Atlantic:

A driver of a bulldozer was killed in the western German town of Euskirchen on Friday when a yet-to-be-identified World War II bomb exploded during construction work. Eight others were injured in the explosion, two of them seriously.

Nearly 70 years after the war ended, bombs are still being discovered in Germany, some of which have threatened the lives of the people who unwillingly discover them.

Sedan krigets slut har över 2000 bomber hittats i Berlin, enligt National Geographic, och staden gömmer fortfarande 2000 till 4000 bomber som inte har hittats. Fascinerande och lite skrämmande.