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Dieter Schwetzler (R) and Rene Bennert (L) of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Division pose next to the World War II bomb they defused in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on September 03, 2017. 
More than 60,000 people was evacuated from the center of Frankfurt on Sunday after a 1.4-ton World War II bomb (HC 4000 air mine) was discovered on a construction site close to the Goethe University Frankfurt compound last Tuesday.  / AFP PHOTO / Thomas Lohnes        (Photo credit should read THOMAS LOHNES/AFP/Getty Images)
Dieter Schwetzler (R) and Rene Bennert (L) of the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Division pose next to the World War II bomb they defused in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, on September 03, 2017. 
More than 60,000 people was evacuated from the center of Frankfurt on Sunday after a 1.4-ton World War II bomb (HC 4000 air mine) was discovered on a construction site close to the Goethe University Frankfurt compound last Tuesday.  / AFP PHOTO / Thomas Lohnes        (Photo credit should read THOMAS LOHNES/AFP/Getty Images)

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Massive WWII bomb successfully deactivated

A 1.4-tonne WWII bomb that was discovered by a construction crew in Frankfurt, Germany, has been deactivated, according to police.

Massive WWII bomb successfully deactivated

A 1.4-tonne WWII bomb that was discovered by a construction crew in Frankfurt, Germany, has been deactivated, according to police.