Wwii Bomb Likely Killed 2 Polish Children

WARSAW, Poland — Two Polish children have died after a bomb believed to from World War II exploded in a field where they were playing.Police said the 10-year-old boy died immediately after the explosion on Tuesday and his 9-year-old sister died of her injuries in the hospital on Thursday. The children were from the village of Konskowola in eastern Poland.Read More...

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