Hong Kong police defuse unearthed World War II bomb
Hong Kong authorities successfully defused a newly unearthed World War II-era bomb on Sunday, according to police. The 450-kg (992 lb.) explosive was discovered during construction near the Hong Kong Convention Center on Saturday, Hong Kong police said on their official Facebook page. It was described as being 145 centimeters (nearly 5 feet) long, 45 centimeters (1.5 feet) wide and was believed to be American in origin.