900 unexploded bombs found in Okinawa
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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