900 unexploded bombs found in Okinawa

By Andy Rice 15 July 2010

An army bomb disposal unit in Japan has uncovered 900 unexploded bombs dating from the Second World War under a restaurant in Okinawa. Construction workers were initially alerted to the bombs' presence when using a metal detector before starting to dig up the ground.  Read more: Times of India


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