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Bomb removed, from London open again

LONDON – London City Airport is open again. The airport had to be Monday forced all of the flights cancel because of the discovery of a 500-kg bomb from the Second world War. That explosive has now been removed and later detonated, message the BBC.

The discovery of the bomb at about 15 metres depth caused great inconvenience. The authorities and troops evacuated residents and up to 16,000 travellers were handicapped. Divers from the navy, worked during the night to the German explosive from the Thames.

London City Airport has let us know that Tuesday flights are operated. Last year made, according to the BBC over 4.5 million passengers using the airport, near the business centre of London.

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