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15 Jun 2020
A detonator with an explosive device from the Second World War has been found during an apartment clearance in the northern German port city. The controlled explosion prompted the evacuation of the nearby area.
30 Nov 2019
German authorities say they've arrested a Syrian observed in chat networks seeking ingredients to make the explosive TAPT. When and where the suspect, allegedly with Islamist leanings, was planning an attack is unclear.
16 Nov 2018
Guinean peacekeepers with the United Nations Mission in Mali carry out routine de-mining operations in a restive northern region where explosive devices continue to pose a threat.
18 Jun 2017
Three women were killed and nine wounded after an explosive device detonated in a restroom in a busy upscale shopping center in Colombia's capital on Saturday.
18 Jun 2017
Firefighters are battling an explosive wildfire Saturday, which has blackened more than 500 acres at Castaic Lake in California.

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