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22 May 2021
Thousands of people have been evacuated from a neighbourhood of Germany's financial capital Frankfurt following the discovery of a massive World War II bomb.
28 Jun 2020
When delegates from 50 states signed the founding charter of the United Nations, the world was still grappling with the ravages of WWII. Today, the ideals they signed up to are undergoing an unprecedented stress test.

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