The Guardian reported that a bomb had exploded near a train station in the German city of Munich, injuring four people.
The bomb is said to be one of the remnants of World War II that exploded today, more than 70 years after the end of the war, near the city's main train station. Currently, 4 people were injured in this accident, one of whom is in critical condition.
Many years after World War II, more than 2,000 tons of bombs and ammunition belonging to this period are discovered in Germany every year. Most of these bombs are discovered when construction work is underway in the area or when bomb experts discover them.
During World War II, British planes dropped more than 1.5 million tons of bombs on Germany, killing more than 600,000 people. However, officials estimate that 15 percent of the bombs were not detonated, and that some of them were buried 6 meters below the ground.
The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a German military base, police said.
The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a police recruiting center at Kisak, west of Baghdad.
Also, due to this incident, the transportation on the train of this train has been temporarily stopped and it is not clear when it will resume its activities.