Augsburg

Aircraft bomb defused after largest evacuation in Germany since WWII

Authorities successfully defused a 1.8-ton aircraft bomb on Sunday, after some 54,000 residents of the southern German city of Augsburg had to leave their homes, in what has been described as the country's biggest evacuation since World War II.

Thousands of Germans evacuated on Christmas Day as WWII bomb defused

Some 54,000 residents of the southern German city of Augsburg had to leave their homes on Sunday, in what has been described as the country's biggest evacuation since World War II, as authorities defused a 1.8-ton aircraft bomb.

German city sets up Christmas Day evacuation border for wartime bomb

The southern German city of Augsburg has set up signs marking the clearance zone for what is being described as the nation's biggest evacuation since World War II in order to defuse an old bomb on Christmas Day.

German city plans Christmas Day evacuation to defuse wartime bomb

The southern German city of Augsburg is preparing for what is being described as the nation's biggest evacuation since World War II in order to defuse an old 3.8-ton bomb on Christmas Day.