In the German Cologne, an unnecessary bomb is neutralized by the Second World War.
According to the local authorities of Cologne, the bomb was discovered during construction work near the secondary school of Kreutsgasse. During work to destroy the bomb, 5400 residents of the district were evacuated.
Part of the evacuated citizens of the Center established on the territory of the Central Mosque of the Turkish Islamic Union for Religious Affairs (Di̇ti̇b) in Cologne.
The head of Di̇ti̇b, Mukharrem Kuzey, said that the center is ready to help everyone who needs it.
After the destruction of the bomb, residents returned home.
In Germany, there are still many unexploded bombs of the Second World War, some of them are located in residential areas.