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WW1 bombs polluting drinking water in France and Belgium

Two Belgian workmen have been killed by a First World War shell, which they had dug up on a building site.

Every year hundreds of tons of ammunition is found in northern France and Belgium. Now there's also concern that it's contaminating the water table with dangerous chemicals.

Angus Crawford reports on a modern day legacy of World War One.

  • 21 Mar 2014
  • From the section World
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