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November 3 2012
An undetonated bomb was found Tuesday near a runway at a northern Japanese airport. The 550-pound bomb, thought to be a dud, is believed to have been dropped from U.S. forces during the Second World War. The device still appears to have a working detonator, so officials are proceeding with caution.
Sendai Airport canceled all of its 92 domestic and international flights on Tuesday. The airport reopened Wednesday, but not before building a 10-foot high concrete wall to prevent the bomb from being triggered. While experts figure out how to discard or safely detonate the bomb, authorities have re-directed all traffic to the main runway.
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