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Combine bumps into a World War II bomb at harvest in Bohmte.

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A harvester bumped into a World War II bomb on Saturday evening while harvesting in Bohmte (symbolic image).A harvester bumped into a World War II bomb on Saturday evening while harvesting in Bohmte (symbolic image).
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