Trains up and running in Paris again after defusal of WWII bomb

Paris's Gare de L’est station.

Paris's Gare de L’est station. Image by Hugh Llewelyn / CC BY-SA 2.0

A 250kg shell from WWII was destroyed by a bomb disposal team in Paris after it was found near a building site eight km east of the city. Train services were halted to and from Gare de L’est station and TGV, RER E and Transilien services were all suspended on Tuesday but are now up and running again. Read more:

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