An unexploded World War Two bomb has been successfully defused after it was discovered on the banks of the River Rhine earlier in the week. 45000 people – including residents, patients and prisoners – were forced to leave the town of Koblenz in the biggest evacuation in Germany’s post War history. Sky’s Gamal Fanbulleh reports.
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