Bomb disposal experts neutralised a 100kg Soviet-made WW2 bomb found at a construction site in downtown Miskolc, in northern Hungary.
Explosives experts established that the bomb had a detonator, which had to be defused at the site, Milán Gajdos told MTI. Local residents, more than 100 people, were evacuated from 32 buildings in an area with a 200 metre radius around the site, he said. The experts disassembled the explosive device at the site and moved the bomb to a central army base for dismantling, Gajdos said after the operation. Local residents could afterwards return to their homes, he said.